Co-Op
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Co-Op

A retail cooperative of two (2) or more retail licensees. See QUALIFIED RETAIL COOPERATIVE.

Co-Op

This is the commonly used term for a rural electric cooperative. Rural electric cooperatives generate and purchase wholesale power, arrange for the transmission of that power, and then distribute the power to serve the demand of rural customers. Coops typically become involved in ancillary services such as energy conservation, load management and other demandside management programs in order to serve their customers at least cost.

Co-Op

A consumer operated and oriented plan established under a program created by the ACA to foster the creation of qualified non-profit health insurance issuers to offer competitive health plans in the individual and small group markets.

Co-Op

This is the commonly used term for a rural electric cooperative. Rural electric cooperatives generate and purchase wholesale power, arrange for the transmission of that power, and then distribute the power to serve the demand of rural customers. Co-ops typically become involved in ancillary services such as energy conservation, load management and other demand-side management programs in order to serve their customers at least cost.

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