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What should I do if my power goes out?
You should report it to the Co-op by calling (406) 751-4449. FEC is staffed 24/7 to assist with outages. While we understand the inconveniences caused by outages, please be patient while our crews work to determine the cause of the [...]

Adam’s Experience
Adam Schrader, from Columbia Falls High School, reflects on his experience during the 2021 Washington D.C Youth Tour.

Co-op’s Ribeye Raffle Raises Record Support for Food Banks
Representatives from the Kalispell, Columbia Falls, Whitefish, West Shore, Libby, and Veterans food banks gathered at Flathead Electric Cooperative on Friday, September 9, to celebrate the results of this year’s Ribeye Raffle.

Cooperative Principle #4: Autonomy & Independence
Cooperatives are autonomous, self-help organizations controlled by their members. If they enter into agreements with other organizations, they do so on terms that ensure democratic control as well as their unique identity. 

How do you envision the future of EVs?
Charging infrastructure will be key. Eventually there will be plenty of quick charge stations, but generally charging will be done at home. Workplace charging or stations at other locations where cars may be parked for several hours at a time [...]

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Commercial EV Charging

[…] Co-op first so that we can help you properly size your system. Before you call, here are a few questions to consider: What Is Your Intended End- Use for Your EV Charger? Is your EV charger for residential purposes? (i.e., are you a landlord installing chargers for tenants at your apartment complex?) Is this […]