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Greg Hollingsworth Returns to EnerStar

Paris native Greg Hollingsworth has rejoined the EnerStar team. He will be replacing System Engineer Tim Haddix, who will retire in January. Haddix will spend the next few months training Greg in his new position.

After two-year hiatus, EnerStar Electric able to hold Annual Meeting of Members

Members of EnerStar Electric Cooperative gathered for their co-op’s annual meeting on Thursday, June 2 at the Paris High School Complex. A complimentary dinner was catered by Front Street Market, followed by the business meeting held in the Paris Center of Fine Arts, where the membership heard updates on the state of their cooperative.

2022 EnerStar Board of Directors

Your cooperative’s directors are EnerStar members just like you. They are elected by you and your fellow co-op members to set policy and govern the co-op. Nine directors sit on the board, residing in and representing a specific district in the cooperative. Any EnerStar member can run for director if they reside in the appropriate district.

Each director represents the members of his or her district. Working closely with the CEO/president, the board ensures the cooperative provides quality service to its members.

Office Closing

The EnerStar office will be closed July 4 to celebrate Independence Day.

EnerStar searching for former members 1988 - 1990

As a not-for-profit rural electric cooperative, EnerStar is owned by the members who receive electricity from our cooperative. At the end of the year, after all the revenues have been collected and all the expenses are paid, the remaining margins (profits) are allocated to members who received electric service during the year. These are called capital credits. They represent member equity in our cooperative. 

Potential need for emergency procedures this summer

EnerStar’s power supplier is Wabash Valley Power Alliance (WVPA), a generation and transmission cooperative that serves our electric co-op and 22 other distribution co-ops in Indiana, Illinois and Missouri.

MISO - Potential Need for Emergency Procedures This Summer

EnerStar’s power supplier is Wabash Valley Power Alliance (WVPA), a generation and transmission cooperative that serves our electric co-op and 22 other distribution co-ops in Indiana, Illinois, and Missouri. WVPA is a member of the Mid-Continent Independent System Operator (MISO), the organization responsible for making sure the right amount of electricity is generated and transmitted to all MISO members.

More than just a meeting

Vote, socialize, eat and more when you attend your annual meeting

2022 Director Candidate Profiles

The biographical information (up to 250 words) for these candidates has been provided by the candidates who are solely responsible for the content.

 

Granville Colvin
Paris,Representative District 3

Annual Meeting News

New date. New location. New dining experience.

This year’s meeting will be held at the Paris High School complex. An evening meal, catered by Front Street Market, will be served in the school’s cafeteria from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. The meeting will commence at 6:30 in school’s 500-seat theater, the Paris Center of Fine Arts. There will be ample signage and parking to direct members at the new location.

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