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Senator Blunt Visits, Joins Campaign


U. S. Senator Roy Blunt recently hosted a county-wide infrastructure roundtable discussion at Cuivre River's Troy headquarters. While visiting, the Senator also met with Cuivre River staff and discussed the EPA's proposed CO2 limits for new and existing coal-fueled power plants.


U.S. Senator Roy Blunt Signs A Cooperative Action Network Campaign Card. 

U. S. Senator Roy Blunt, flanked by GM/CEO Dan L. Brown (left) and Manager of Member Services Kevin Hurd (right), signs a card for the Cooperative Action Network campaign. Cooperatives are asking the EPA to keep electricity affordable as climate change regulations move forward.


Cooperatives are concerned that the regulations will make it economically impossible to build new plants, and have a devastating impact on the cost to operate existing plants. During 2013, coal-fueled power plants produced nearly 80% of Missouri's electricity.


Cooperatives are asking the EPA to keep coal in the nation's energy resource mix. In support the Senator joined the national campaign to contact the EPA during the public comment period for the new rules. To participate visit


You Have A Voice. Visit


The EPA wants to impose more regulations on existing power plants. And while the regulations are complex, the outcome is simple: because of the EPA, your electricity prices could increase.


That’s why I’m asking you to sign up today at and join the half a million Americans already speaking up for affordable energy.


At Cuivre River Electric Cooperative, we work hard to provide affordable, reliable power to your homes and businesses in Lincoln, Pike, St. Charles and Warren counties. We know you depend on it. We know our community depends on it.


That’s why we’re asking you to send your message to the EPA at Tell Washington that you can’t afford to pay more for electricity. Tell Washington they need to consider real people living in the real world.


And don't forget we need everyone's help. Share this with 5 friends or family members and ask them to sign up at Saving money on electricity means more money in your wallet.


Dan L. Brown  

Cuivre River Electric Cooperative GM/CEO