NRECA Member Resolutions

Our Annual Member Resolutions Process

NRECA's Member Resolutions are created and refined during an annual cycle that gives members an opportunity to participate at every step. This policy governance process is essential to NRECA. As we face legislative and regulatory challenges in Washington D.C., it is through these resolutions that voting members give our association guidance and direction in advocating for electric cooperatives and our 42 million member-owners. Participation is both a responsibility and a benefit of co-op membership. If you have questions about the Member Resolutions Process, please contact


Proposals developed nationally by the NRECA National Resolutions Committee or locally, at each NRECA Regional Meeting


NRECA voting member systems whose registered delegates vote at the Business Meetings


Voting member systems have the right to participate and exercise their vote


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Featured Event: NRECA annual member meeting, PowerXchange

The NRECA National Resolutions Committee will host a Proposed Resolutions Forum on Sunday, March 5 at 4:00 p.m. in Nashville, Tennessee. The Forum is the Committee's final opportunity to consider proposals before the NRECA Annual Member Business Meeting on Tuesday, March 7. At the Business Meeting, voting delegates will consider the 2023 Proposed Member Resolutions.

The Business Meeting will take place in person, with no option for online participation. NRECA voting member systems should certify a voting delegate who plans to attend NRECA PowerXchange in Nashville.

Watch NRECA's recent Governance Talk video to learn more about how to participate in the Member Resolutions Process.

Video: Overview of the Resolutions Process

NRECA Assistant General Counsel Jessica Healy reviews the resolutions process and how you can participate.