Harrell to Serve on Rural Electric Panel
Alger Delta CEO Tom Harrell has been tapped to serve on the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association’s (NRECA) CLCP Panel. The panel is made of up of electric utility and insurance company professionals with expertise in various elements of the electric utility business including safety, finance, management, and utility operations. The panel is charged with directing NRECA’s Loss Control Internship Program and evaluating projects submitted by applicants for certification.
“It’s a great honor to be asked to serve in this capacity and I appreciate the Alger Delta board supporting the request” said Harrell.
Harrell also serves on the Gladstone School Board, the Board of Cooperative Response Center, an after-hours answering service for electric utilities; and the Board of WPPI Energy, Alger Delta’s wholesale power supplier.
Harrell completed NRECA’s Loss Control Internship at the University of Wisconsin in 2004 and completed NRECA’s Management Internship Program at UW in 2005. He has been CEO at Alger Delta since 2006.
Alger Delta Cooperative Electric Association is headquartered in Gladstone and serves about 10,000 electric consumers in six counties in the central U.P.