WELCOME TO WHITE RIVER ELECTRIC
White River Electric is a consumer owned, non profit electric distribution cooperative. White River serves Eastern Rio Blanco County, including the Town of Meeker and the Piceance Creek Basin, portions of Northern Garfield County and Southern Moffat County. White River Electric headquarters are located in Meeker, Colorado.
WREA offices are open for your convenience from 7:00 am to 4:30 pm Monday through Friday (except holidays).
Good Luck Meeker High School Girls and Boys Basketball!! Go COWBOYS!!!
WREA Board Appoints Stan Wyatt to fill Board Vacancy
At a Special Board meeting held March 8, 2014, the White River Electric Board of Directors reviewed seven letters of interest to fill the Town of Meeker District Board vacancy. The Board selected Stan Wyatt for appointment to fill the vacant Town of Meeker Board seat. Per the regular WREA election rotation, this Town of Meeker Board seat and one additional Town of Meeker seat are up for election at the WREA 2014 Annual Meeting. Petitions for election to fill these two Town of Meeker seats will be available beginning June 19, 2014, and are due back to WREA on July 25, 2014. Please call WREA Board President Anthony Mazzola, WREA General Manager, Alan Michalewicz or General Counsel, Trina Zagar-Brown if you have any additional questions.
WREA Sponsors Motivational Speaker for Meeker Elementary & Barone Middle School
Motivational speaker Chris Bowers inspired Meeker Elementary and Barone Middle School students on Monday, February 24, 2014 as a part of the school’s health program. Vicky Tate with the MES put together this program with funding from White River Electric Association, Pioneer’s Health Foundation and the Rio Blanco County Abstract. Bowers entertained the kids with a message about the value of being yourself, power of inclusion, and even if you can’t control what happens you can control how you respond. More importantly, Bowers kept the kids engaged and laughing for the 45 minute long programs.
Colorado Country Life Magazine ~ March 2014
Colorado Country Life Magazine: Hit the following link to connect to an online copy of the popular White River Electric Colorado Country Life.
ENERGY USE ~ WHAT'S YOURS?
How Much Energy Do I Use? It is a question we often ask after we get a higher bill than expected but then life gets busy and we move on to other things. White River Electric's "MY METER ACCT PROFILE"
https://wrea.enerlyte.com (or hit the MY METER ACCOUNT PROFILE) is a website tool that helps its members assess their monthly usage and compare it to other similiarily situated houses. Information is power. Empower yourself with knowledge about your usage and possible efficiecies that can save you money. MY METER ACCOUNT PROFILE requires a member to input data about their account and use. Please call WREA for assistance if you have additional questions or require help with your account information.
https://wrea.enerlyte.com or click MY METER ACCOUNT PROFILE
Colorado Rural Electric Association ~ Information
WREA Selects the Cooperative Youth Leadership Camp July 2014 Recipients ~ MHS Sophomores, Taylor Frantz & TJ Shelton
WREA is pleased to announce that Taylor Frantz and TJ Shelton were the two outstanding Meeker High School Sophomores selected to attend the WREA Coopeative Youth Leadership Camp in Steamboat Springs. Meeker High School Sophomores were asked to write and submit an essay about Leadeship, their Enviornment or Conservation. A WREA three person selection panel was thrilled with the great qulaity response to the essay contest. It was a tough selection but these two essays stood out as the two that shared the most unique vantage point on the topics. Congratulations and WREA looks forward to hearing about your experience at the WREA sponsored Coopeative Youth Leadership Camp in Steamboat Springs.
WREA Selects the 2014 DC Youth Tour Recipient ~ MHS Junior, Jake Phelan
WREA is pleased to announce that Meeker High School's Jake Phelan was selected as to attend the White River Electric 2014 Washington DC Youth Tour. Meeker High School Juniors were asked to write and submit an essay on Electricity and Electric Cooperatives. A WREA selection panel reviewed the impressive group of essays and selected this essay based upon its detailed understanding of the role electricity and the WREA plays in our community and daily lives.
ENERGY SAVING TIPS
How to do a little and Save a Lot
Everything you do, no matter how small, can add up to big savings. Find out how the little changes add up to big savings by using this interactive website: TogetherWeSave.com.
WREA Notification Subscription
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