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Delta-Montrose Electric Association is your member-owned and locally controlled rural electric cooperative. We are proud to energize and serve more than 27,000 members in Montrose, Delta, and Gunnison counties. As your not-for-profit electric utility we put you - our members - first, which means our programs and services, including this website, are designed to benefit you. If you can't find what you're looking for, please contact us.

 

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    Our winter season Time of Use on-peak and off-peak will be in effect beginning September 25th, 2018 through October 6th, 2018, depending on your billing cycle.  The on-peak rate will be [

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    Members to vote on DMEA Articles of Incorporation

    SEPTEMBER 4, 2018 – Members of Delta-Montrose Electric Association have an important decision to make this fall: the co-op has asked them to approve amended and restated Articles of Incorporation. The Articles of Incorporation together form the founding document of DMEA. The DMEA Board is proposing important changes to these Articles that will allow to the co-op to operate under Article 56, also called the Colorado Cooperative Act. This newer Colorado cooperative law gives DMEA more flexibility, including with financing options. DMEA turns 80 years old this year, and the board believes these proposed Articles prepare the co-op for the next 80 years.

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    JUNE 29, 2018 - With the continued dry, windy weather and soaring temperatures, Delta-Montrose Electric Association (DMEA) reminds members it has put in effect its fire prevention procedures. The precautionary measures rely more heavily on fieldwork by operations personnel and less on the use of DMEA’s automated and remotely controlled equipment. While this special mode of operations greatly reduces the risk of a fire being started by electrical equipment, it does come with ramifications: power outages can last longer and affect more members.
     

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