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Energy Cooperative Association Of Pennylvania

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Causes: Local Benevolent Life Insurance Associations

Mission: The purposes of the energy cooperative association of pennsylvania (the "cooperative") are: to provide energy cost savings, education and advocacy on behalf of our members; to promote the efficient use of energy and the use of renewable energy; and to support cooperative concepts and participate in the cooperative movement.

Programs: Renewable alternative electricity supplier for about 5,200 members in the peco service territory who want to use renewable electricity that is sourced, either regionally or nationwide, from wind and solar. As of 12/31/17 we had approximately 2,350 members participating in this program.

heating oil cooperative for about 5,200 household and business members who want to save money on purchases of heating oil. As of 12/31/17 we had approximately 3,115 members participating in this program.

renewable alternative natural gas supplier for about 150 members in the peco service territory who want to use natural gas from decomposition of landfill waste and thereby displace the need for conventional or "fracked" natural gas production. As of 12/31/17 total revenues attributed to this program was $70k

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Rating: 4

As a member of The Energy Co-op, I am proud to be a part of an organization that invests in the local community. Each year when I renew my membership, I am given the opportunity to give the gift of membership to a small business or family in my community. The Energy Co-op offers a dues waiver program for anyone that might be experiencing financial constraints. Because there are no income requirements, members maintain dignity and can continue their membership, despite a difficult financial situation. I like that there is a tangible way that I can help members of my community join together to make sustainable energy choices.