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Lindale Rural Electrification Association

What is an REA?

A Rural Electrification Association provides electric services to power consumers on farms and in rural residential areas. In Alberta, REA’s are governed by the Rural Utilities Act and Regulations. Associations providing rural electrification are found all over the world but in Canada, they are unique to the province of Alberta. The association is a cooperative which owns an electric distribution system.The business is run by a Board of Directors elected from and by the membership. The member owned utility is guided by the seven cooperative principles adopted at the International Cooperative Alliance Congress at Manchester, England on September 23, 1995. REA’s are also required to follow all other county, provincial and federal acts and regulations as required.

The value in becoming an REA member.

As the owner of an electric distribution system, the REA provides operational decisions and approvals through their respective boards. REAs provide services at cost to their members and no taxes are assessed. Financial savings remain in the community. A deposit reserve fund is built through charges assessed on the monthly utility bills and this account belongs to the REA member owners. Excess funds can be returned to the members through rebates, but most likely through lower distribution costs. The  most significant value of the REA is not one that can be measured in dollars – the social aspects of a cooperative business benefit, not only members, but the community as a whole.

  Annual General Meeting – 2025


Lindale REA Board is actively recruiting board members.

Email: lindalerea@gmail.com or Call: 780-542-2380 

RRO and Retailer information will be available

Effective Jan. 18,2022  Battle River Power Co-op will be performing maintenance repairs in the Lindale REA area and may need access to property to complete these repairs


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For April 2024, the REA monthly rate as calculated under the RRO regulations is $0.11050


The Rural Electric Program assists farmers to access a basic, essential service at a reasonable cost and aids in the diversification of our rural economy.


As a potential new member your property must be with in the geographical region that has been identified as Lindale Rural Electrification Association.  


Complaints about contraventions of the Code of Conduct Regulation may be made to the Alberta Utilities Commission or the Market Surveillance Administrator.


Annual General Meeting dates and general announcements. All REA members are encouraged to attend the AGM. You are an REA member if Lindale REA is on your power bill.

Alberta Federation of Rural Electrification Associations