Welcome to Tri-County Rural Electric

In 1936 few people in this area had electric service.  Almost everyone wanted electricity, but the cost was out of reach.  The government, through the Rural Electric Act of 1936, offered to lend (not give) money to electrify rural America.  Many of your neighbors began working together, and in November 1936 Tri-County Rural Electric Cooperative was organized.  Those members established the headquarters in Mansfield and hired people to build and operate the system.

 

 

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Your Co-op News

Fiber optic cable
Tri-Co Connections connects first customer in Coudersport areato high-speed fiber internet service Tuesday, April 7, on Niles Hill Road near...
The Smarthub application will allow you to pay your bill, view electrical usage, sign up or edit your Auto pay and report an outage. Please...
energy star appliances
Appliance Rebate Program made available by:  LEEP – Local Energy Efficiency Program from PREA. Program Objective    ...
Pennsylvania Act 187 reads:  Any property presumed to be abandoned and unclaimed under this article that is held by a rural electric cooperative...