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Keeping Current with the business of your Electric Cooperative is a critical part of being a Member-Owner. Your Coop is served by members who live in the same communities that you enjoy. We are here for you!
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Wyoming Public Service Commission
The Wyoming Public Service Commission (PSC) regulates the public utilities that provide services to consumers in the state. The three main industries it regulates are electricity, natural gas and telephone. In addition, the PSC also regulates some commercial water utilities and intrastate pipelines. It is the PSC’s responsibility to ensure the public utilities operating in Wyoming provide safe and reliable service to customers at just and reasonable rates.
We are a not-for-profit cooperative power supplier and our mission is to provide our member systems a reliable, affordable and responsible supply of electricity in accordance with cooperative principles.
We are a cooperative of 46 members, including 43 electric distribution cooperatives and public power districts in four states that together provide power to more than a million electricity consumers across nearly 200,000 square miles of the West.
Wyoming Rural Electric Assoc.
The Wyoming Rural Electric Association (WREA) exists to lead, unify, and support the efforts of its member electric cooperatives.
WREA represents 14 electric power distribution cooperatives and three generation and transmission cooperatives that provide electricity to over 104,000 homes, businesses, ranches, and farms across the state.
In 1941, the state’s rural electric cooperatives formed the WREA to represent them and their rural electric consumers.