Midwest Rural Energy Council

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 The Midwest Rural Energy Council is a membership organization whose mission is to support outreach, education and research on rural energy issues for the benefit of:

  • farms and other rural energy consumers,
  • rural energy suppliers,
  • farm organizations and agricultural trade associations,
  • electrical equipment and allied industries,
  • government regulatory agencies.

Follow the links above or to the right to find out more about the MREC, MREC publications, announcements and other educational programs and information on a variety of rural energy issues. Our Stray Voltage Investigator’s Training classes were held May 3-6 in Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin and similar classes will be held next year.  Read more about the classes in this brochure. Visit the page: What’s New and Calendar of Events to see information on the classes and also learn about a new workshop on Understanding and Implementing the IEEE Stray and Contact Voltage Guide which will be held in Nashville Tennessee in September. Our 2017 MREC conference will be February 8-10, 2017 in Bloomington MN.

If you would like to receive notices of MREC activities and updates please sign up for our quarterly electronic newsletter below.

Click here to sign up for our quarterly electronic newsletter.

We would like to hear from you! For more information about the MREC, contact the secretary at mrec@uwex.edu. Also, if you have comments or problems with the website please send us an email.