Hononegah student visits D.C.

Kyle Eggers represented Rock Energy.
Kyle Eggers of South Beloit represented Rock Energy on the 2019 Youth Tour to Washington, D.C.
Eggers, who will be a senior at Hononegah High School in Rockton in the fall, joined more than 1,800 young leaders from across the country June 14-21 for a weeklong introduction to cooperatives and the democratic form of government.

Kiosk makes bill payment easy

Member using kiosk

Members now have a new, convenient way to pay their Rock Energy Cooperative bill.

A PaySite kiosk has been installed at our South Beloit office, 15229 Willowbrook Road.

Because the kiosk is located just outside our main entrance, members have the convenience of paying their bills 24/7, even when our office is closed.

Check with us before going solar

If you’re thinking about installing a solar generation system on your property, make sure to learn all the facts before signing a contract.

Click here to get started. You'll find a list of frequently asked questions, guidelines for technical requirements, our interconnection agreement, and details about our Small Distributed Generation Rate. This information can be provided to potential vendors so they are aware of the cooperative’s technical requirements.

Do you plan to increase electric load?

Are you planning to purchase an electric vehicle and charge it at home or build an addition to your home? Perhaps add a fan or two to cool the livestock? Is your business buying new machinery that will use electricity?

If the answers to any of these questions are “yes,” please include Rock Energy Cooperative in the planning process.

Co-op facilities are designed to meet an individual member’s initial load requirement at the time service is started. If that load is significantly increased, the capacity of the present system might not be sufficient to handle it.

It Pays to be a Co-op Member!

As a Rock Energy member, you have equity in the co-op and financially benefit when revenue exceeds expenses in any given year. This year Rock Energy is distributing about $1 million in capital credits to current members on their May statements and about $200,000 to past members. Through the years, the co-op has paid back more than $18 million to past and current members.