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Co-ops and credit unions support Hurricane Beryl recovery efforts

Hurricane Beryl struck Grenada, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines and Jamaica earlier this month

Regulator asked to investigate New Hampshire electric co-op

Two former directors of the co-op quit last month blaming "a culture of sexism and bullying"

Funding available for US co-ops to expand rural broadband

Applications for the Broadband Technical Assistance program are due 20 August

Cyberattack knocks out systems at Canada’s Federated Co-op stores

Leading US credit union Patelco, based in California, has also suffered a ransomware attack

Kauaʻi Island Utility Cooperative achieves 57.9% renewable generation for 2023

The percentage puts the co-op well ahead of the state’s requirement

Filene Research Institute looks back on work for credit unions as it turns 35

'Our success is a testament to the collaborative spirit of our members and the dedication of…

US electric co-op apex bags $4m grant for cybersecurity initiative

The project will give electric co-ops new tools to detect, respond to and recover from cyber…

US electric co-ops apex sues government over green power rules

Green groups have welcomed new rules to tackle climate change, but NRECA says they are unlawful…

Bayard Rusin: Co-op links to an unsung civil rights hero

David J Thompson celebrates an activist and co-op resident who is finally receiving recognition for his…

Financial education across the credit union movement

'One of the defining factors that differentiates us from banks in particular is that we have…

NCBA Clusa launches $15m food security project with Timor Leste

The project will work with 27 farmers’ groups in the municipalities of Aileu, Ainaro, Dili and…

US electric co-ops hit out at new rules to cut fossil power plant pollution

Health organisations and climate action groups welcomed the rules but Nreca says the plan is 'unlawful,…