Welcome to the new face of AEC

Those in attendance at the Co-op’s 74th annual meeting on September 27th were the first to see our new logo—the visual aspect of AEC’s brand identity. The video above explains how we developed a logo that pays tribute to our past while moving us forward. And we have a new partner in our efforts to do that: Touchstone Energy, which is kind of like a “co-op for co-ops.” With AEC’s 75th anniversary just around the corner in 2015, there are many exciting things in store for our members. But no matter how things change, you can count on your Co-op to be there for you—in all the ways that matter most.

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Your voice makes a difference

Go to www.takeactionTN.com to speak out on the importance of keeping power reliable and affordable. Thanks for doing your part to keep rates low by sending a message to policymakers that our nation’s energy generating mix must include coal in the range of options available.

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Bring a note of warmth and beauty to your family room
with a new electric fireplace from AEC

In addition to comfort, convenience, and safety, an electric fireplace adds instant ambiance to your home. Come by the Co-op to see the wide variety of styles we have on display in our lobby, from a log insert to a media center/console to a traditional mantel style. Check out this price list or visit dimplex.com to see additional models available for order. For your convenience, AEC offers 6% fixed-rate financing: you can pay off the cost of your new fireplace on your monthly electric bill! Call our Member Services department at 865.475.2032, ext. 1880 for more information.

Congratulations to AEC scholarship winner

Cera headshot Kennedy CenterJefferson County High School senior Cera Dominicis was recognized at the Co-op’s annual meeting as the overall winner of the 2014 Essay Contest and the recipient of the $2,500 AEC scholarship. Along with five other contest finalists, Cera participated in this year’s Washington Youth Tour, visiting our national capital and learning more about our system of government. We wish her the best of luck as she finishes her high school career and then continues her education at the college or university of her choice.