We want you to enjoy powering off.

Chances are when you go outside, the last thing you think about is your power. But Cooperative Energy and its eleven electric cooperatives are working hard to protect Mississippi’s environment and to keep our air and water clean. After all, in Mississippi, enjoying the outdoors is how many of us recharge.

By working together, we’ve invested over $621 million in the last six years to reduce emissions and to improve the overall efficiency of our existing generating fleet. And we’ve set out to develop solar power, starting with five small-scale solar power facilities located from the Delta to the Coast.

Read on to explore more ways we’re focusing on protecting the environment, while keeping your power costs low.

We’re not just powering your home.
We’re protecting how you recharge.

Working efficiently

Since 2005, the Cooperative Energy Member Systems have reduced carbon emissions over 40%. But our work is not done. Members have told us that renewable energy is important to them, so we’re working to build a solar power generation facility, coming soon.


 Each of our electric cooperatives reaches out on a local level to help make communities a better place. We participate in Adopt-a-Highway, Habitat for Humanity and Earth Day programs, to name a few.

Supporting members

Helping our members conserve and save is as important as developing new sources of power. Such programs as free energy audits, online calculators and automated metering help members reduce their energy usage.

Contact your local electric cooperative or visit their website to discover what programs are available in your area.

A Graphic Guide

Enjoying the outdoors is largely a visual experience, so explore this visual guide of how we’re keeping Mississippi clean and efficient.

Twelve electric cooperatives work together to provide safe, reliable and affordable power from the Delta to the Coast. Together, we have more power to protect what matters most.

Cooperative Energy Member Systems

Cooperative Energy
Coahoma Electric Power Association
Coast Electric Power Association
Delta Electric Power Association
Dixie Electric Power Association
Magnolia Electric Power
Pearl River Valley Electric Power Association
Singing River Electric
Southern Pine Electric
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Twin County Electric Power Association
Yazoo Valley Electric Power Association