Life-changing stories reveal dangers of electricity

Safety is a serious issue, especially when it comes to electrical safety. Each year thousands of people in the United States are critically injured and electrocuted because of electrical accidents.

Many of these accidents are preventable. We use electricity every day for so many things that we forget it can be deadly. Its invisible force is so commonplace that it’s easy to overlook electrical hazards, even if they’re right in front of you.

More Power to You: New meters coming soon!

We live in a technology era that is truly amazing, which makes it an exciting time to work in the energy industry.

Starting in late June, Rock Energy Cooperative will begin replacing our current Automated Meter Reading (AMR) system with a new one that requires the installation of different meters. The new Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) system will help us operate more efficiently, improve reliability, and serve you better.

Natural Gas Utility Workers' Day is March 18

The American Public Gas Association has designated March 18 as Natural Gas Utility Workers' Day, a time to recognize the employees who ensure that natural gas is distributed safely.

This annual nationwide event is intended to build public awareness about the hard work done by employees of natural gas utilities. 

March 18 is the date of the New London, Texas, school explosion in 1937 that led to the widespread odorization of natural gas and an increased emphasis on safety.