Renville-Sibley Cooperative Power Association


Renville-Sibley Cooperative Power Association urges you to use caution around power lines, especially during harvest season. The most common equipment involved in power line accidents is portable grain augers, oversized grain carts, large combines and other tall equipment. Make sure you have ample clearance when moving large machinery. 

If you make contact with a power line, do not get out of your cab or vehicle. Stay put and call 9-1-1.  Emergency responders will notify Renville-Sibley to de-energize the power. If you must get out due to fire, make a solid jump out without touching any part of the equipment you are in, and hop away as far as you can, keeping both feet together as you hop. 

Remember, Safety First!

Renville-Sibley Cooperative Power Association is headquartered in Danube, MN. The cooperative is owned by the membership and delivers power to just over 1,900 electric accounts throughout Renville County, as well as portions of Sibley, Chippewa, Kandiyohi, Redwood, and Nicollet counties. The cooperative's mission statement reads: Renville-Sibley Cooperative Power Association will provide efficient, reliable electric energy and services to enhance the quality of rural living.

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  1. mail: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Avenue, SW, Washington, D.C. 20250-9410;
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