NRECA International

For more than 50 years, NRECA International has developed and implemented electrification programs across the globe.

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NRECA International

NRECA International has brought electricity to more than 120 million people in 43 developing countries.

We design and implement successful, sustainable, scalable rural electrification programs that improve education, healthcare, safety and economic opportunity.

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Co-op volunteer linemen from Kentucky work with Haitian linemen to bring electricity to Coteaux, Haiti.  © Garrett Hubbard 2015 Images licensed to NRECA for NRECA website, social media use, and partner web display only.
Co-op volunteer linemen from Kentucky work with Haitian linemen to bring electricity to Coteaux, Haiti. © Garrett Hubbard 2015. Images licensed to NRECA for NRECA website, social media use, and partner web display only.

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NRECA International’s work is supported by charitable donations of time, money and materials from more than 300 electric cooperatives in the United States as well as private organizations and individuals.

We are thankful for the hundreds of America’s electric co-op directors, linemen, engineers, managers and other employees who have volunteered their time and expertise worldwide to bring first-time access to electricity, and train local partners to help utilities be sustainable in their own communities.

We need your support to continue this important work.

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