Skip to main navigation.

News/Events

Governor's Stay-At-Home Order Extension

With the recent extension of the Stay-At-Home order from the Governor’s office, we will continue to hold all disconnects and late fees for non-pay until further notice or the expiration of the order.

Early Capital Credits Distribution

We are giving back $2,209,039.75 to our members early!

 

Co-op awards $10,500 in scholarships

Lorain-Medina Rural Electric selected Nicholas Laposky of Wellington High School and Lillian Dowdell of St. Paul High School as the 2020 Children of Members Scholarship first-place winners.

Clifford Named FESCO Director of Communications

Wellington, OH - Lorain-Medina Rural Electric and North Central Electric cooperatives are pleased to wel

National Cooperative Bank Assistance

Residential members who want to update their homes are able to finance their purchase of home energy products with a loan from National Cooperative Bank (NCB). We work together with NCB to expand member access to home energy products and services. These loans are available to NCE members interested in energy storage, EV chargers, geothermal heat pump installations, generators, appliances, and energy efficiency measures.

Learn More About Your Home's Energy Use

Providing reliable and affordable electricity depends not only on power generation, but also on efficient use of power in homes and businesses. This is why your electric co-op is a leader in energy efficiency and has helped saved millions of dollars and thousands of megawatts. 

 

Concern for Community: Co-op will not disconnect service during state of emergency

Concern for Community is a leading focus of electric cooperatives across Ohio and one of the Seven Cooperative Principles that

Closing Of The Inside Lobby Facilities March 16, Effective Immediately Until Further Notice

Lorain-Medina Rural Electric has been proactively planning for the current COVID-19 situation. With confirmed cases now in Lorain County, we will be closing the inside lobby facilities March 16, effective immediately until further notice. Our goal is to protect our members and employees, as well as do our part to prevent the spread of the virus.

Things to note:
- The night drop box will remain OPEN
- Non-essential face-to-face meetings and appointments may be postponed

Concern for Community: Co-op takes preventative steps in light of Gov. DeWine’s order

One of the Seven Cooperative Principles that guide all cooperatives is Concern for Community. It's a crucial part of the cooperative business model and what sets us apart from other utilities.

Join LMRE at Cedar Point for Member Appreciation Day

COVID-19 has done many things to change lives and plans over the last several weeks.

Pages

Powered by Touchstone Energy Cooperatives Logo