Welcome to Tri-County Rural Electric

In 1936 few people in this area had electric service.  Almost everyone wanted electricity, but the cost was out of reach.  The government, through the Rural Electric Act of 1936, offered to lend (not give) money to electrify rural America.  Many of your neighbors began working together, and in November 1936 Tri-County Rural Electric Cooperative was organized.  Those members established the headquarters in Mansfield and hired people to build and operate the system.

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Your Co-op News

Our Annual Meeting will be held in Troy at Alparon Park on July 25th this year.  Gate 3 is the closest entrance to our tent. 
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Democracy will take center stage at Tri-County’s 2017 annual meeting, with director election results highlighting the agenda.
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Just in time for the warmer weather, we’ve got new offers available with the Co-op Connections Card that will interest everyone at your co-op...
On May 11, the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) announced, “Energy utilities face serious challenges as customer satisfaction...
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The power of common sense In a perfect world, no electric lines would ever be downed by ice, wind or errant vehicle. But that’s not the reality we...
Pennsylvania Act 187 reads:  Any property presumed to be abandoned and unclaimed under this article that is held by a rural electric cooperative...