Welcome to K.C. Electric Association
K.C. Electric Association is a rural electric cooperative organized in 1946 to bring power to the Eastern Colorado plains, including rural areas and towns of Kit Carson, Cheyenne and parts of Lincoln Counties. As a not-for-profit electric cooperative, K.C. Electric is owned by the members that it serves. K.C. Electric's headquarters is located at 422 3rd Ave. in Hugo, Colorado; its operations center is located at 281 Main St. in Stratton, Colorado. Outpost offices are located in Cheyenne Wells and Flagler, Colorado. Office hours are Monday through Thursday, 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Many K.C. Electric employees are customers as well. We know the importance of electricity in our homes, farms, and businesses. Our goal is to bring you quality, affordable and reliable electrical power. We are proud to serve you and we take our responsibility very seriously.
To provide our members with safe, reliable service at the lowest cost, while maintaining an environmentally responsible, accountable, and sustainable operation now and in the future.
Upcoming Regular Board Meeting of K.C. Electric:
422 3rd Ave., Hugo, Colorado
Be Prepared for Winter Weather and Outages
Co-ops face strict federal robo-calling requirements:
No More Courtesy Calls to K.C. Consumers
At K.C. Electric Association, maintaining good communication with you, our member, is top priority. Advancements in technology offer more options for keeping lines of communication open, but many businesses are required to operate within the boundaries set by law and regulation – such as those issued by the Federal Communication Commission (FCC). In particular, FCC regulations control the use of auto-dialed and prerecorded calls – sometimes called “robo-calls” – sent to land lines and cell phones. Read more.
Below you will see the new rates passed by the K.C. Electric Board of Directors at its January 2016 board meeting. These rates represent a revenue neutral rate restructure as we adjust to the rate design change implemented by our power supplier. Our power supplier, Tri-State Generation and Transmission notified us late last year that they would be changing their rate design from an all energy rate to a demand-energy rate. K.C. Electric’s rate restructure will take effect on March 1, 2016. More...