Powering Communities and Empowering Members
A new year is the time when many of us think about where we want to go and how best to get there. Nolin RECC’s values have always provided an excellent road map to direct our mission to make life better for members.
That purpose has guided us for 80 years (this year marks Nolin’s 80th Anniversary) and provides a firm foundation that we intend to build upon in 2018 and well into the future. As a Touchstone Energy Cooperative, we intend to pursue this mission while adhering to four core values:
Though electricity is our primary product, Nolin is constantly looking for ways to help you use electricity as efficiently as possible because we are a not-for-profit organization that exists to operate in the best interest of our owner-members.
Your cooperative is governed by a six-member board of directors who are democratically elected by our members. Chairman David P. Brown of Hodgenville, and other directors are members just like you.
We are continuously seeking innovative ways to serve our members. We now offer several ways you can pay your bill, including electronic, automatic checking/savings draft, and credit card payment. And we are embracing technologies of the future through Cooperative Solar, one of the largest solar farms in the state. To sign up, go to www.cooperativesolar.com.
Commitment to Community
This cooperative was built on the concept of neighbors helping neighbors, and our commitment to community remains strong. It’s why we sponsor the Touchstone Energy Honor Flight that provides veterans an all-expense-paid trip to tour war memorials erected in their honor in the nation’s capital.
Adhering to our cooperative values allows us to consistently deliver high standards of excellence to our members. It’s not the easiest road to travel sometimes, but we have a great road map to help us get there. It’s a journey well worth the effort.