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McInnes testifies on Clean Power Plan at Senate Environment and Public Works Committee hearing

US Capitol Building, Washington DC – Tri-State works hard to keep electricity reliable and affordable for our members, and part of that effort includes the thorough review of any new regulations that would impact our industry.

Helping to elevate our association’s perspective to a national level, CEO Mike McInnes recently provided testimony at a hearing on the “Implications of the Supreme Court Stay on the Clean Power Plan” before the U.S. Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works. 

Wheatland Rural Electric Association supports community by partnering

The Platte County Chamber of Commerce in Wyoming recently celebrated Wheatland Rural Electric Association’s (WREA) commitment to the area with their Community Builder of the Year award. Over the past 12 months, WREA has found a number of ways to partner with other local businesses to increase the effect of their contributions.

Jaimie Wardell and Raegan Harnish explain their science fair project to WREA General Manager Donald Smith

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