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Karl Aaker

Manager of Engineering Services

McKenzie Electric Cooperative Inc

HQ Phone:  (701) 444-9288

Email: k***@***.com

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McKenzie Electric Cooperative Inc

908 4Th Ave NE

Watford City, North Dakota,58854

United States

Company Description

McKenzie Electric Cooperative, Inc. (MEC) is a rural electric cooperative headquartered in Watford City, North Dakota. Our service area includes all or part of five counties in North Dakota (McKenzie, Dunn, Billings, Golden Valley and Mercer) and two counties ...more

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Karl Aaker
Manager of Engineering Services


www.thebakken.com

Karl Aaker, engineering manager at McKenzie Electric, says the transmission line is vital to the region's rural electric cooperatives that supply power to the growing industrial, commercial and residential demand.
"It's going to be our stiff backbone for supporting the base loads that we keep growing on our system," he explains. "This generation supports some base load, but it also helps with reliability in the event that any of the transmission lines coming into this area are taken out of service for maintenance or there's some kind of outage," Aaker says.


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