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- Safety Tips
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- Call Before You Dig
- Free electric safety presentation
Preventive maintenance is the best tool against outages, but there are outages caused by acts of nature, equipment failure and even vehicular accidents that are beyond the control of the Cooperative.
Minnesota Valley Electric Cooperative cannot guarantee continuous and uninterrupted electric service and will not be liable for loss or damage to any member’s equipment caused by any failure to supply electricity or by any interruption or reversal of the supply of electricity if due to any cause beyond the reasonable control of the Cooperative. These causes include, but are not limited to acts of nature, equipment failure, and vehicular accidents.
Members should immediately notify the Cooperative of any defect in service or of any trouble or irregularity in the electric supply.
Are you protected?
Many losses occur due to acts of nature or equipment failure beyond the control of the Cooperative. Individual members must provide their own protection against these losses.