YEC introduces a new podcast, Co-op Talk—The voices of your community, to continue our commitment to informing, educating, and connecting with our members. Life is busy, leaving little time for reading and research on topics that might benefit your life. We knew we could help by bringing you short 10- to 15-minute informational discussions on things you care about.
Let us help you save money on your power bill, and teach you about new technologies and programs available through your co-op that might make life easier, inform you about community outreach initiatives and share the latest in local economic development. Our goal is to deliver you fresh, local, and helpful information in an efficient, easy-to-use platform.
Sometimes you will hear me discuss these topics, but we will also call on co-op and community leaders to share information and their stories. We want to be your source of power and information because you are more than just a customer to us. You are a valued member, friend and neighbor and we want to help improve the quality of your life. Take a listen and learn more about this area and how your co-op is looking out for you.
President and Chief Executive Officer
In this episode: “Welcome to Co-op Talk!”— A brief history of YEC and who we are, featuring Vice President of Community Development Marc Howie.
- “New in town”—A discussion on the growth in our area, featuring Vice President of Community Development Marc Howie and Key Account Representative Markeus Farrand.
New to Podcasts?
Podcast episodes can be downloaded or streamed through your computer or mobile device. The Google Podcasts app is available on Android devices, and the Apple Podcasts app is available on iOS devices.
When you open your desired podcast service or app, use the search bar to find Co-op Talk.
When you’ve found us, you’ll see a listing of our available episodes. Click on subscribe to make sure you never miss the latest.
How to Listen
You can listen to Co-op Talk episodes right here from YEC’s website and you can subscribe to Co-op Talk using standard podcast apps like Stitcher, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Apple podcasts or Sound Cloud.