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Adams Electric Cooperative
Adams Electric Cooperative was organized in 1938 to provide dependable electric service to areas that larger investor-owned utilities did not want to serve. Its first lines were energized in 1939 to serve 1,400 rural member-owners in Adams County. Currently, Adams Electric Cooperative serves approximately 8,600 members with a network of 2,220 miles of power lines in Adams, Brown, Fulton, Hancock, McDonough, Pike and Schuyler counties. The Cooperative employs 34 people.
In addition, Adams Electric Cooperative offers surge suppression equipment, new home energy advice, youth programs, and EnergyWyse loans.
Adams Electric Cooperative assists local organizations and groups through an innovative fundraising program called Penny Power. Member' electric bills are rounded up to the nearest dollar each month. The "small change" has bought an emergency response vehicle, safer playground equipment, bus shelters, a drug dog, and more to local communities.
Fax: (217) 593-7120
700 E Wood Street
Camp Point, IL 62320
7:30 a.m.- 4 p.m.