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Hoping to save some energy during the hottest month of the year? Use fans. A ceiling fan cools fast and costs less than air conditioning. You can also reduce the need for air conditioning by installing an attic fan.

WTVBam.com/news/articles/2019/jul/05/tips-for-reducing-summer-energy-use/915288/?refer-section=state

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Co-ops Vote, and 🇺🇸️, recently celebrated the 100th anniversary of women earning the right to vote.

How did you celebrate?

We always encourage all of our members to vote in every local, state, and national election!The 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution granted American women the right to vote, a right known as women’s suffrage, and was ratified on August 18, 1920, ending almost a century of protest.

We tip our hard hats to everyone who worked so hard to get, and keep, the right for women to vote! 🇺🇸️🇺🇸️🇺🇸️

www.History.com/topics/womens-history/19th-amendment-1 via HISTORY #CoopsVote #RuralElectric
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Did you know: The Bojangles' Southern 500 Labor Day Weekend NASCAR​ races will be fueled by 100% Green Power distributed by Pee Dee Electric Cooperative, South Carolina.

To help celebrate Green Power at Darlington Raceway, fans can sign up to win three laps in a pace car on Sunday, Sept. 1, at www.DarlingtonGreenStripe.com.

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This is an easy project with utility savings that will depend on energy cost, R-value increase, and the airtightness of a newly insulated floor compared to the existing one. It will take between four and eight hours and will cost between 60¢ and $1 per square foot for R-30 batts!

Interested? Read more here: www.Energy.gov/energysaver/services/do-it-yourself-energy-savings-projects/savings-project-insula...

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Out with old, in with the new
A modern electronic billboard is in place at the Bullhead Area Chamber of Commerce. It is another example of Mohave Electric Cooperative’s commitment to community. MEC worked with the chamber to replace the old sign, which required lettering be slid into place using a pole. In the wind, of course, many of those letters disappeared. The new sign can be programmed from inside the building. MEC worked with the USDA to obtain a special low interest loan program for the purchase of the sign. Look for our Operation Cool Shade information to appear on the billboard soon.
Bullhead Area Chamber of Commerce
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