About Us

About Us

Cass County Electric Cooperative is a not-for-profit, member owned electric distribution system, serving nearly 60,000 meters in a 10-county area in southeastern North Dakota.

Mission

To serve our members’ energy needs with affordable and reliable electricity.

Core Values

Safety, Integrity, Innovation, Accountability, and Commitment to Community

Quick Facts

  • 50,520 total members
  • 50,633 total services
    • 44,579 Residential
    • 5,380 Commercial
    • 467 public street / highway lighting
    • 207 irrigation
  • 10,684 meters in load management program
  • 5,676.09 miles of line
    • 2,912.93 miles overhead
    • 2,763.16 miles of underground
  • 41 substations
  • 1,280,187,091 kWh sold in 2018
  • $136,761,156 in revenue in 2018
  • 92 full-time employees, 4 part-time employees
  • Organized in 1937
  • Service in all or parts of the following counties: Cass, Barnes, Traill, Richland, Ransom, Sargent, Dickey, LaMoure, Steele, and Stutsman
  • Chairman of the Board: Marcy Svenningsen, Valley City
  • President/Chief Executive Officer: Marshal Albright, Fargo
  • Wholesale power supply from Minnkota Power Cooperative, Grand Forks

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