Coos-Curry Electric Cooperative
Coos-Curry Electric Cooperative is a member-owned, not-for-profit electric cooperative serving over 14,000 members and businesses along the southern Oregon Coast and inland.
What is a Cooperative?
A cooperative, often referred to simply as a "co-op," is an electric utility that is owned and governed by the members who receive service. Through a voting process, members elect a board of directors, responsible for establishing policies and making decisions on behalf of the members.
The Seven Cooperative Principles
Coos-Curry Electric Cooperative, in alignment with cooperatives worldwide, follows a set of core principles and values established by the International Cooperative Alliance. This global organization serves as a membership association for cooperatives and their supporting entities. The origins of these cooperative principles can be traced back to the birth of modern cooperatives in Rochdale, England, in 1844.
Coos-Curry Electric Cooperative's strategic plan is a comprehensive roadmap that outlines the long-term goals, objectives, and actions to achieve our vision and mission. The strategic plan spans multiple years and is collaboratively developed by the board of directors and leadership.
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