I want to ask you a question that you may not know the answer to.
Why is the electric cooperative of America still going strong?
What’s the answer?
Well, as it turns out, the answer is because we are still working together.
As we write this, we are about two years away from a new chapter of this remarkable story.
We’ve had an amazing team of founders, directors, and managers.
We’re about to get back on the road to profitability, and I want you to know that the hard work is still coming.
I have a number of great friends in the cooperative.
They are wonderful and talented people, and they are the backbone of this group of investors.
I know the future is bright.
We are going to be back on track.
And we’re going to continue to work together, we’re all going to get a fair shot at the company, and that’s a win-win for all involved.
The cooperative is a small but important part of the American electric utility industry.
The Cooperative Energy Alliance, founded in 1993, is the nation’s largest, and the largest in the country.
Since the beginning, the alliance has provided millions of dollars in loans, equity, and grants to the electric cooperatives that it represents.
Its mission is to foster and support innovative cooperatives and the development of electric infrastructure.
It is a big deal, not only because it is one of the largest cooperatives in the nation, but because it’s the only one that provides electricity to every home in the United States.
The American Electric Reliability Corporation (AERC) is another of the two largest utilities in the U.S.AERC is a division of AEP that is responsible for maintaining, upgrading, and renewing the nation�s electric grid.
AERC has been the main partner in the electric co-op movement since its founding in 1989.
During the 1990s, AERC supported the formation of the New York City electric cooperative that became the first cooperative in the world to get financing and become profitable.
In 2004, AECC and the Electric Reliable Partnership of America were awarded the first federal contract to provide electricity to the city of Chicago.
Electric cooperatives are now growing across the country, and are expanding their footprint by purchasing and developing their own solar, wind, and hydroelectric power.
And, of course, there are thousands of electric cooperators in America.
These are some of the electric utilities that are still alive, and it�s great to have them back in business.
But, the American Electric Cooperative is not going anywhere.
The power cooperative of the future will be a partnership between our co-founders, Jake Cooper and Mike Cooper, and other leaders of electric utilities in other states and countries.
This will create jobs for workers, and a cleaner, safer, and more secure electric grid that will support more people�s access to electricity.
You might think that the cooperative has had its fair share of setbacks.
Many cooperatives have had trouble getting the funding necessary to survive.
Cooper and Cooper have a lot to prove.
The cooperative has a history of making big investments that paid off.
They have created thousands of jobs, and made hundreds of millions of dollar in investment.
But the co-ops struggle to keep up with the demands of a rapidly changing and increasingly interconnected world.
If we continue on this trajectory, it will take years to meet our goals, and our future could be in serious jeopardy.
Let me share with you a few things that are happening right now that will help us keep this partnership going.
First, I want every member of our team to take a few minutes to read this.
Second, I am calling on everyone in the organization to join us on our mission to help build the American electricity cooperative.
Third, I will ask every member to join me in pledging to support our efforts to build a cooperative energy future.
That means we will work with you and your co-workers in the cooperatives, in the state governments, and in our community groups to expand the number of electric utility workers and electric cooperations that are viable and competitive.
Fourth, I expect every member and employee of our company to take another minute to read the information about our cooperative and its mission.
Fifth, I have a few suggestions that we can work together on.
Here are a few of them.
First, we should be building our own solar power plants.
We have solar power in every state and in many countries around the world.
It’s not only affordable, but it is renewable.
We should be investing in our own green electricity plants.
To help us build this, I would encourage you to help us make this happen by pledging to pay for the cost of installing solar panels on our property.
We could pay