As a not-for-profit rural electric
cooperative, EnerStar is owned by the members who receive electricity from our cooperative. At the end of the year, after all the revenues have been collected and all the expenses are paid, the remaining margins (profits) are allocated to members who received electric service during the year. These are called capital credits. They
represent member equity in our
The EnerStar Board of Directors reviews the financial health of the cooperative each year to determine if it is financially feasible to authorize a capital credit retirement.
During one such review in 2015, the cooperative issued capital credit checks to current and former members who had electric service for the years 1969 to 1976.
The cooperative is attempting to locate these former members (or possibly their heirs) who received service during that time. The Cooperative does not have a valid address on the accounts listed below.
If your name or the name of a family member is listed in this publication, please have them contact EnerStar’s Member Services Department at 1-800-635-4145. If it is a family member and they are now deceased, we would need the estate executor to contact the office for additional instructions on a
special estate retirement.
EnerStar is fortunate to have employees and directors with many years of experience. At the 78th annual meeting to be held on March 18, two employees and three directors will be recognized for their years of service.
Register for PowerShift by May 15 and earn up to $117.
The time of day that our members use power changes how much that power costs our electric cooperative. It’s the law of supply and demand: When everybody’s using electricity, it costs more and puts a bigger strain on the electric system.
EnerStar’s annual meeting is just around the corner and it is an excellent opportunity to take part in the buisness of your member-owned electric cooperative.It is the democratic control that affords you, the member, the privilege of attending the annual meeting and participating in the director elections. A director is a member just like you. He or she represents your district and is your voice in the cooperative.
Because there are certain rules regarding voting procedures for the Annual Meeting of Members, it is important to remind members of their voting rights and responsibilities. The following points explain who can and cannot vote in the annual director election. By knowing these points, you can be assured your vote counts at the meeting.
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