Rural Electric Cooperative

REC was incorporated in 1938 by rural residents. Originally when REC was founded it had approximately 100 members, however, today REC has over 2,900 miles of distribution lines serving power to more than 11,000 meters. The service area includes parts of Garvin, McClain, Grady, Stephens, Comanche and Carter counties in south central Oklahoma. REC is governed by a nine-member board of trustees, all of whom are members of the Cooperative. REC is dedicated to provide dependable electric power, service and programs to enhance the quality of life in rural areas.

 

 

New & Events

Substation transformer change out
Western Farmer Electric Cooperative recently changed the transformer at the Elmore City Substation because a mechanism controlling the optimum...
Gary Jones and Scott Christian
Recently, REC’s Board of Trustees Vice President, Scott Christian received his Director Gold Certificate.  The Director Gold program was...
Loblolly Pine trees
Rural Electric Cooperative has over 2,900 miles of electric distribution lines and clearing trees is an on-going project. One of the ways REC can...
When winter temperatures drop and storms hit, it can be challenging to stay safe and warm. Winter storm severity varies depending on where you live,...
Eric Neill and Gina Beam
Every year REC recognizes employees who exceed in their defined job description, achieve outstanding results in certain areas and demonstrate loyalty...