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Salem Electric is committed to supporting the community with programs and services to serve our members.
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Who we are, how we operate, and our commitment to cooperative principles.
Salem Electric is offering ten $1,500 scholarships for high school, home-schooled, or GED graduates of all ages who enroll in a full-time undergraduate program.
High school juniors and seniors who live in our service area have the opportunity once a year to apply for an all-expense-paid trip to Washington D.C. to learn about electric cooperatives and the Federal legislative process.
We’re excited to support our community by creating a drop-off location in our lobby for toys and cold-weather clothing.
Salem Electric is proud to announce that we returned over $2.2 million in capital credits to our members this October!
As we continue to prioritize clean energy solutions, hydropower remains the steadfast backbone of the Pacific Northwest’s energy grid, helping us achieve a greener and more sustainable future.
In 2024, there will be two Salem Electric board positions up for election.
Salem Electric is one of more than 900 electric cooperatives serving 42 million members across 48 states.
Effective October 1, 2023, an average rate increase of 4.7% over all rate classes was approved by the Board of Directors.
Tree trimming is critical to Salem Electric’s ability to deliver safe and reliable electric service.
Turning off the lights has become synonymous with saving energy, but buying the right bulbs can also make a difference.
Low operating costs, no carbon emissions, and triple the output make heat pumps the affordable, comfortable choice.
Looking for more convenience and flexibility when it comes to your monthly electric bill? Check out our newest payment and billing options geared to help make your life a little easier.
In one of the hottest years on record, anti-hydro interests are taking a position to remove our most important carbon-free energy source—hydroelectric dams.