Looking For some Smart Ways to Save Money?

Monday, April 17, 2017

There are many ways to control costs and your local cooperative works hard to provide you with many energy saving tips to save on your electricity bill.

We can work together to conserve energy, from turning down the thermostat to replacing all traditional light bulbs, moving from incandescent to energy-efficient fluorescent bulbs. Make sure you turn off your lights, to clean and replace filters and to use the energy-savings setting on your appliances.

Learn more tips.

Woodruff Electric Cooperative (WEP) believes in both short and long-term energy savings, and this includes a regular maintenance routine around your home, from replacing old appliances to upgrading windows.

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In 1940, 112,050 of 1.95 million Residents in Arkansas had Electricity

In 1937, the first electric cooperative utility pole was erected in Arkansas by First Electric Cooperative in Jacksonville, marking the development of a system that now covers 60 percent of the state's land area.