2024 Nominations for Board of Trustee
It is time for members to consider running for the Hill County Electric Board of Trustees. District 4 and District 5 are the open districts this year.
We understand that Capital Credits can be confusing at times, so we put together a video to explain it all! For Members, Capital Credits are a vital benefit of being part of the Cooperative. This video explains how our Cooperative started, where the money comes from, and how Capital Credits work. Enjoy!
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Our cooperative business is providing electric energy.
Hill County Electric Cooperative was started by rural residents of Hill County. HCE was incorporated in 1945 and the first electric services were provided to members in the spring of 1947.
Today we serve approximately 2,300 members over 3,077 miles of line in five Montana counties.