Attention Members – Meter Changeouts
Allegiant Utility Services will be changing meters coming up this summer/fall in the Strandquist & Radium area. Please contact PKM with any questions or concerns at 218-745-4711.
USIC Contracted for 811 Locates
PKM Electric Cooperative has contracted USIC to do all of its 811 locates. Remember, before any digging project, such as planting trees this summer, you must call 811 at least two business days before digging to get utility lines marked and protect you from injury and expense. Safe digging is no accident. Visit www.call811.com for more information, or give us a call at PKM.
PKM has recently implemented a Phone Notification System (PNS) through CRC (Cooperative Response Center), our after-hours service. PNS will provide an efficient and inexpensive means of communicating with our membership for a variety of issues, including scheduled outages, when time allows and will also be used to contact members for past due bills.
Energy Assistance Program
Energy Assistance Agencies in PKM’s service territory:
Northwest Community Action (NWCA) Badger, MN – 218-528-3258 or 1-800-568-5329
Tri-Valley Opportunity Council in Crookston, MN – 218-281-9080 or 1-866-264-3729
Click here to learn more about the Energy Assistance Program
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P.K.M. Electric Cooperative, Inc. provides power to 4,032 members.
This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
- Total Consumers: 4,032
- Wholesale Power Source: Minnkota Power Co-op, Inc.
- Employees: 17
- Date System Organized: 1940
- Miles of Line Overhead: 1,601
- Miles of Line Underground: 710
- Date Energized: 1941
- Total Plant Investment: $42,597,439.75
- Board Meetings: Last Tuesday, Monthly
- Counties Served: Kittson, Marshall & Polk
- Minnesota Legislative Districts Served: 1A, 1B
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Garrison Dam includes five electric generating units with a collective capacity of 583,300 kilowatts (kW).
Energy from the sun’s radiation converted into heat or electricity.
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