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Rural Electric Cooperatives: Past, Present and Future
advocates. The primary reason some people consider Eskimo derogatory is the questionable but widespread perception 3 4 5 6 that in Algonquian languages it means "eaters of raw meat." 7 8 9 One Cree speaker suggested the original word that became corrupted to Eskimo might indeed. A shift in climate, which enabled them to settle high-Arctic regions, probably contributed to this. As a result, about 17,500 Inuit receive 350,000 km2 (140,000 sq mi) of land, monetary compensation, a share of the profits from exploiting the mineral resources, hunting rights and a larger voice in questions regarding land and environment. For example, Qilakitsoq mummies dating from 500 years ago show that the Thule people, ancestors of the present Inuit, wrapped and protected their dead the same way. The trip for the Texas delegation is coordinated by Texas Electric Cooperatives, and the Natural Rural Electric. Land that is not under private ownership is considered as Federal land, but the Inuit claim large areas that they have inhabited and utilized for many centuries. The people use fax machines and e-mail for correspondence. Read More » Texas Co-op Communicators Win Awards Seven Texas electric cooperatives and Texas Electric Cooperatives were honored during the Spotlight on Excellence celebration May 15 at the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association's 2013 connect Conference in Orlando, Fla.
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Read More » Co-ops Let Power and Light Shine Through at TEC 75th Annual Meeting Co-op representatives shined a light on the power of coming together at the Texas Electric Cooperatives 75th Annual Meeting Aug. Moresco-1s Systems Loss is consistently at single digit for the past 10 years, competently improving from 7 in 2003.74 in 2006, and.5 in 2007, with.58 collection efficiency. When a co-op needed to input end-of-year information about its stock of 10,000 meters into a new back-end customer. Fresh water is delivered by tankers, and sewage is brought away the same way. REC Names New Key Accounts Executive/Energy Services Coordinator David Johnson is now the primary contact for designated key accounts and large power activities for members in the southern portion of RECs service area. REC Makes Restoration Progress, Much Work Remains, over 250 workers and REC employees continue around-the-clock efforts to restore power to more than 23,000 members who remain without service.