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Welcome To Gascosage Electric Cooperative

Gascosage Electric Cooperative is a non-profit electric utility owned by the consumer-members who use the electricity and other services it provides. Headquartered in Dixon, Missouri, the cooperative serves the counties of Camden, Maries, Miller, Phelps and Pulaski. We currently serve over 10,000 homes, farms, businesses and industry in this area with more than 1,500 miles of electric power lines.

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Energy Star® Rebates Available in 2016

Currently, Gascosage Electric has appliance rebates on Energy Star® clothes washers, dishwashers, window air conditioners and water heaters. Click here to download the rebate application form.

We also currently have rebates available on ground source heat pumps and air to air heat pumps.
Click here to download these application forms.

Of course, you must be a Gascosage member-owner to participate in these rebate programs.

2017 Luther A. Riddle Community Scholarship Program

The 2017 Luther A. Riddle Community Scholarship Program is now open to all high school seniors whose parents or legal guardians are a member and have an active connected account with Gascosage Electric Cooperative. Twenty (20) $1,000 scholarships are available to area students. Please contact your high school counselor for applications. You may also contact Kim Doyle, Executive Secretary at Gascosage Electric Cooperative kim.doyle@gascosage.coop or 573-759-7146 for an application. Deadline is FEBRUARY 22, 2017.

Guidelines for Schools

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Gascosage and Our Community

      Youth Tour
    Each year, Gascosage Electric Cooperative awards an all expense paid trip to Washington, DC, each year to four high school juniors from area schools (Crocker, Dixon, Iberia and Newburg) based on essays written about Rural Electrification. Essays are judged based on knowledge of the subject, originality, composition, neatness and grammar. A panel of judges from Sho-Me Power Cooperative then interviews and determines the finalists. Local contest winners spend five days visiting places of historical interest and meeting members of Congress. Finalists are eligible to compete for a position as the Missouri State Representative in the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association’s Youth Leadership Council.



    Every year, Gascosage Electric Cooperative awards twenty $1000 scholarships to area seniors whose parents or guardians are members of the Cooperative. The seniors are selected among numerous applicants from local high schools in the area. The applications are rendered anonymous by a numbering system. Nonpartisan judges select the winners who each receive a $1000 scholarship to an accredited college, university, technical school or trade school.


Rural Missouri Newsletter

The Rural Missouri Newsletter is now online!

Getting Back Online

 Getting Back Online (PDF)

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