The Cooperative Difference Is How We Treat Our Members, How We Collaborate and How We Build Community.

Touchstone Energy® Cooperative Inc. is a national network of electric cooperatives across 45 states that provides resources and leverages partnerships to help member cooperatives and their employees better engage and serve their members. By working together, Touchstone Energy cooperatives stand as a source of power and information to their 30 million member-owners every day.

Membership in your local Touchstone Energy cooperative is a powerful thing. It means you have an energy source you can trust to look out for your community’s best interests, not its own bottom line. That’s because your local Touchstone Energy co-op is owned by the very members it serves – built to deliver its members reliable electricity at the lowest possible price. So as a member, you hold all the power.

Every Member Has a Voice

The best part about being a member of your local Touchstone Energy cooperative is just that … it’s your energy cooperative. You have a say in how your local co-op is run, because membership also equals ownership. Being locally owned, operated and democratically run means you can trust your co-op to focus on members’ needs, local priorities and decisions that are best for your community.

Co-op Connections® Card

In addition to supplying you with low-cost electricity, your Touchstone Energy® Cooperatives membership provides you with even more ways to save money. With the Co-op Connections® Card, co-op members nationwide save on everyday purchases at hundreds of participating retailers, including an average of 46 percent savings on prescriptions.

  • Prescriptions
  • ​​​Restaurants
  • Groceries
  • Entertainment
  • And More

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Using Energy Wisely

​Keeping electricity just as affordable as it is reliable; it’s something you can count on as a member of your local Touchstone Energy cooperative. In fact, they’ve been doing it for decades. While the average price of everyday items has continued to dramatically rise over the past 75 years, the cost of electricity has remained a great value for co-op members.