Mountain Electric

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Mountain Electric
Mountain Electric is listed in the Electricians category in Santa Barbara, California. Displayed below is the only current social network for Mountain Electric which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Mountain Electric on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 68.

Mountain Electric offers Electrician services in Santa Barbara CA.

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Mountain Electric Cooperative shared Electric Cooperative Youth Tour's photo.
Mountain Electric's very own Montana Woodard representing us and the state of Tennessee in San Diego, CA.
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RURAL BROADBAND LEGISLATION IN TENNESSEE: There is legislation under consideration THIS WEEK in Nashville that will remove legal restrictions that prevent co-ops from providing broadband access to their rural communities in Tennessee. The legislation will change the law and create new broadband opportunities for rural Tennessee. We ask for your support of this legislation NOW! There are a couple of simple things you can do to help us. #1. Visit www.takeactionTN.com to join our campaign to expand broadband in rural and suburban Tennessee. We will keep you updated throughout the legislative session and let you know about opportunities to contact your elected officials. #2. Tell your friends. This is an issue that is important to many rural and suburban communities in Tennessee. Encourage your friends to join our campaign. The more people we have engaged, the more impact we can have.

RURAL BROADBAND LEGISLATION IN TENNESSEE: There is legislation under consideration THIS WEEK in Nashville that will remove legal restrictions that prevent co-ops from providing broadband access to their rural communities in Tennessee. The legislation will change the law and create new broadband opportunities for rural Tennessee. The proposal would allow electric cooperatives to provide retail broadband to its members, create funding for grants and tax credits to incentivize deployment to unserved homes and businesses and provide funding opportunities for local libraries to help residents improve their digital literacy skills. Click here for more information on the Broadband Accessibility Act. We ask for your support of this legislation NOW! There are a couple of simple things you can do to help us. #1. Visit www.takeactionTN.com to join our campaign to expand broadband in rural and suburban Tennessee. We will keep you updated throughout the legislative session and let you know about opportunities to contact your elected officials. #2. Tell your friends. This is an issue that is important to many rural and suburban communities in Tennessee. Encourage your friends to join our campaign. The more people we have engaged, the more impact we can have.

TN BROADBAND LEGISLATION UPDATE: ECD Presents Broadband Accessibility Act to House Finance Committee On Tuesday, staff from the Department of Economic and Community Development presented Gov. Haslam's Broadband Accessibility Act to the House Finance Committee, where committee members were given the opportunity to ask questions to the experts from ECD. Members asked questions regarding the education aspect of the bill, the lack of co-op ability to sell video services, municipal utility broadband expansion and the amount of allocated funding proposed for the grant program. Senate Majority Leader Mark Norris (R-Collierville) and Representative David Hawk (R-Greeneville) are sponsoring the bill on behalf of the governor, and TECA staff is been in communication with them consistently since the filing of the bill. Electric cooperatives' concerns are being heard, and things are moving at a fast pace at the Capitol in regards to this legislation. HB 529 has been referred to the House Business and Utilities subcommittee and is scheduled to be heard on Tuesday, February 21, where members could discuss and vote on the bill. It is also possible the bill could be delayed by a week, or more.

A tragic story that is a reality when you're a lineman. Give them a pat on the back and thank them for the risks they take to make sure you have electricity.
“He’s in the 11th floor burn unit at Vandy” are familiar words to electric utility employees in Tennessee. They are also words that no one wants to hear. Ever. Recently, I received a call from a friend and colleague from another state. He had just left the burn unit at Vanderbilt University Hospital...