Greetings from Nodak Electric Cooperative.
We are happy to welcome you to the Nodak Electric Cooperative web site. As a cooperative, each member owns a portion of the company. And, we encourage all customers to take an active interest in the affairs of their cooperative’s business.
The cooperative is guided by a board of nine directors. The directors establish policies and operational procedures, and meet regularly on the first Tuesday of each month. The general manager and staff are responsible for the operation of the distribution. Line maintenance crews are strategically located throughout the service area to assure prompt service.
Nodak wants each customer to receive the best service from their cooperative. Working together, we are able to provide our customers with good, quality electrical service.
Nodak Electric Board of Directors
(Pictured back row, L to R ) Luther Meberg, Park River; President & CEO, Mylo Einarson; Gerad Paul, legal counsel; David Hagert, Emerado; Lee McLaughlin, Lankin; David Kent, Hatton.
(Pictured front row, L to R) Paul Sigurdson, Edinburg; Roger Diehl, Hillsboro; Doug Lund, Aneta; Les Windjue, Devils Lake; Steven Smaaladen, Aneta.
Statement of Nondiscrimination.
Nodak Electric Cooperative, is a recipient of federal financial assistance from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).
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