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Thursday, June 12, 2008

NORTH BALTIMORE, Ohio - Green power, global warming, climate change, renewable energy ... everyone has heard these terms before, but is it really known how they affect us? According to the Washington Post, electric bills could rise 25-33% to “stimulate and pay for new technologies” related to climate change.

What’s the real story behind global warming? Climate change proposals currently circulating in Congress could result in a 50-80% increase in wholesale power costs by the year 2020. Members can have their voices heard in the legislative process by attending one of Hancock-Wood’s freeClimate Change forums for answers to these questions and more.

Free meals will be available, plus, other timely topics will be discussed, including new office constructionOperation Round UpACRE and more.

Locations and times:

Mon., June 30, 2008 
Findlay Inn & Conference Center
200 E. Main Cross St., Findlay, 12-1 pm

Fri., Aug. 8, 2008 
Hancock-Wood’s new office
1399 Business Park Drive South, North Baltimore, 8 am-2 pm

Sat., Sept. 13, 2008 
The Cube - Hancock-Wood’s Annual Meeting
3430 N. Main St., Findlay, 8:30-11 am

Each session is free, but members must RSVP to or call Tiffany at 419-257-5012. 

We demonstrate our Concern for Community by volunteering and donating to local charitable causes. Nearly $500,000 in grants have been distributed in the last decade through grants and Operation Round Up funds to individuals and organizations in need. We also provide assistance to Habitat for Humanity, schools, churches and community events. To learn more, click on Community Involvement above. learn more

Members benefit from electric service reliability, competitive rates, money after co-op bills are paid in the form of patronage/capital credits, discounts, informative co-op publications, easy-to-access payment plans, rebates, scholarships, family-friendly Member-only events and a vote in the direction of Hancock-Wood Electric Co-op. To learn more, click on Member Benefits above. learn more

Hancock-Wood keeps Member owners informed about legislation that could impact their rights or lead to unstable energy costs. Your voice has been heard at the highest court in the land. In response to petitions by electric co-ops, states and industry, the U.S. Supreme Court granted a stay of the Clean Power Plan. This is an unprecedented act by the Supreme Court. To learn more, click on "Legislation" above or go to learn more