POWERING ALBERTA’S RURAL COMMUNITIES
We operate more than a dozen rural electricity systems (about 4,000 km of distribution power lines) owned by cooperatives. Rural Electrification Associations (REAs) have a long history in Alberta, first emerging when electricity was only available in larger cities and towns and along major transportation routes. Farmers and ranchers came together to string miles of wires and bring electricity to their community.
Today, we operate many of these customer-owned systems of behalf of the REA and its members. An elected board of directors handles the REA’s business operations. We build, operate and maintain their system.
If you live in one of these areas, you’ve probably seen us around. We work around the clock to bring you safe, reliable electricity you can count on. We install your service, read your meter, keep your poles and wires in good working order and restore power when the lights go out.
CONTACT YOUR REA BOARD
Call your REA Board for information or questions about:
- REA membership
- Your Electric Service Contract
- REA specific charges on your bill
REAs WE SERVE
We’re privileged to enjoy long-standing relationships with member-owned electric cooperatives throughout north and east central Alberta. We currently serve:
Heart River REA
TERMS & CONDITIONS AND RATES
The REA Terms and Conditions outline your rights and obligations as an REA member-customer, and our responsibilities as your contracted wire services provider. You can find the REA Terms and Conditions and current REA rates (tariffs) on our Electricity Rates and Regulatory page.
LAKELAND REA MEMBERS
We’re committed to providing information to Lakeland REA members so you can make an informed choice about the future of your electrical service. If you have any questions, please call us at 1 800 668 2248.