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Article IV: Rights & Responsibilities of Members
Section 1 – Access to Property Section 2 – Non-Liability for Debts of the Cooperative Section 3 – Provision of Service Section 4 – Membership List Section 1: Access to Property As determined or required by the Cooperative, each member shall [...]

Your Questions, Your Co-op’s Answers
Answers to some of your most frequently asked questions: substation security, solar viability, rate structure, and demand charge. Read on to learn more.

Roundup Report April 2023
Roundup for Safety Supports Continued Safety at the Abbie Shelter

Flathead Electric Co-op Urges Members to Prepare for Historic Cold Weather
This week’s potentially historic cold temperatures are not expected to cause power outages on their accord, but other factors are always a threat to power supply, such as motor vehicle accidents.

Roundup for Safety Assists with Continued Abbie Shelter Safety
At a February 9 meeting, Flathead Electric Cooperative’s Roundup for Safety directors awarded a total of $36,311 in support of area nonprofit community safety projects.

Kentor Mechanical Inc.
Ductless Air Source Heat Pumps Ducted Air Source Heat Pumps Ground Source Heat Pumps [...]

Who We Are

How We’ve Grown Many things have changed since those first miles of power lines were strung across the Flathead Valley, but the cooperative spirit of neighbor helping neighbor still guides us. We are ready for the challenges and changes of the 21st Century. But one thing hasn’t changed: we’re still neighbors, a local company owned […]

Can I buy my own transformer?
No. Even if you could find one, there are many different specifications for transformers, particularly regarding system voltages, and they’re not all compatible with our system. For the integrity of our system and the safety of our lineworkers and members, [...]