Regional Meetings

By attending NRECA Regional Meetings, co-op leaders make vital contributions to the role America’s electric cooperatives will play in leading the new energy future.

Your Regional Meeting Advantages

  • Build a valuable network of fellow co-op leaders who are facing some of the same challenges you face on a daily basis.

  • Gain insights on the issues affecting your community through region-specific programming offered at each meeting.

  • Exchange ideas and best practices that will help your co-op survive and thrive during this time of dramatic change.

  • Get up-to-date on the latest news and trends in the electric co-op industry and the broader energy sector.

  • Engage in the resolutions process by proposing, debating and discussing the issues that will be voted on at the national meeting.

  • Invest in your own professional development by attending pre-meeting education opportunities.

Registration Fees

Early Bird Registration (cut-off: Aug. 2, 2019)
Regular Registration (after cut-off date above)
One Day Registration
Guest/Spouse Registration
Director Courses (each course)
ACRE® Breakfast
CFC Lunch (registration required)
No fee

Future Regional Meeting Dates

2020 Indianapolis, Indiana, Sept. 9-11


Have questions? Check out our Frequently Asked Questions page.

Resource for Executive & Administrative Assistants

Download this checklist to help organize the information you'll need to register co-op staff and directors.

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Hotel & Travel

Hotel Reservations

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Event Reservation Info
All cancellations must be submitted in writing to the Housing Center by 9:00 p.m. ET on Aug. 3, 2018. A non-refundable deposit equal to one (1) night's room and tax will be charged for cancellations made after the published hotel cut-off date to the credit card used to guarantee the reservation. NRECA's cancellation policy overrides any hotel policies concerning room cancellations. Please note: If you do not cancel your reservation and/or do not arrive at the hotel on the check-in date requested, the first night's deposit will be forfeited and your entire reservation will be cancelled.
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Taxi from airport:
$18–$25 (one-way)

Hotel shuttle from airport:

Cota Airport Shuttle, $5.50 one way