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Capital CreditsLittle River is able to return capital credits to its members after the board has determined the cooperative’s finances are sound. Capital credit funds are derived from margins, money your cooperative has left over at the end of the year after the co-op has received all revenue and paid expenses.

Little River Electric is holding unclaimed capital credits for members or former members. If you received service from LRECI and your name is on the searchable database, please let us know.

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Plan for safety when DIY-ing

These days, many of us are spending more time at home and finding new, creative ways to enhance our living space. Tackling do-it-yourself (DIY) projects for the home can be fun and cost-effective. Whether you’re painting the front door or finally upgrading those patio lights, completing a DIY home project is satisfying. But many projects […]

Electricity reliability

Recently, Texas was hit with widespread loss of power due to freezing temperatures, damaging ice, and snow. Some Texans also received huge energy bills because they chose to select purchasing plans that allowed their costs to float with wholesale prices, which may be cheaper than fixed rates during good weather but can spike when demand […]

Thank a lineworker on April 12

Little River Electric Cooperative lineworkers are some of the most visible employees of the co-op. Our lineworkers work tirelessly to ensure our community receives safe, reliable power. “Lineworker” is listed as one of the top 10 most dangerous jobs in the U.S. Little River Electric’s lineworkers perform difficult tasks near high-voltage power lines. Regardless of […]

You may get a survey from us

Completing it helps us provide you with reliable power. A modern electrical grid requires more than just sturdy infrastructure and dependable lineworkers to keep your power on. Delivering reliable and affordable energy to you in the future requires an understanding of how you use electricity. What kind of heating/cooling system do you have? Which large […]