This piece provides an overview of what a G&T co-op is, then includes a brief Q&A on G&T contracts (from a past post here), and research that I've pulled together about co-ops that have gotten out of their G&T contract or a piece of the contract and a co-op that was never part of
The member-owners of the Choctaw rural electric cooperative utility in southeastern Oklahoma discovered corruption at the co-op in 2014. Their goal of ending the corruption turned into a years-long quest to restore the rule of democracy and take back their co-op. This is their story.
Change comes to a co-op when member-owners get involved. Find out how you can start big changes at your co-op by joining with others and engaging your co-op.