Sussex Rural Electric Cooperative's 2023 Annual Meeting Event consisted of an Online Meeting, available as of Monday, June 5th, and an in-person Member Appreciation Event which took place at the NJ State Fair on Monday, August 7th.
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What is a capital credit retirement?
Capital credits are the margins that Sussex Rural Electric Cooperative, as a member-owned, at-cost organization, allocates to our members as a return on their equitable investment into the Co-op. When finances permit, capital credits are retired to members based on how much electricity each member used in a given calendar year.