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Panel: Planning Key to Meeting Arkansas’ Infrastructure Needs

Many of Arkansas’ current infrastructure projects require long-term plans that can be modified as needed, four industry professionals said during the “RechARge Arkansas: Regional Infrastructure Update” webinar. read more >

J.D. Lowery, Electric Cooperatives of Arkansas (40 Under 40)

J.D. Lowery’s motto is to treat everybody like he’d treat the boss. It keeps him humble and helps in recruiting and retaining businesses in areas served by the state’s electric co-ops. read more >
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J.D. Lowery Takes Director Spot on Southern Economic Board (Movers & Shakers)

J.D. Lowery of Electric Cooperatives of Arkansas has been named state director for Arkansas on the board of directors of the Southern Economic Development Council of Atlanta. read more >
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J.D. Lowery Takes Lead for Community Development at Arkansas Electric Co-ops

J.D. Lowery of Maumelle has been named manager of community and economic development for the Electric Cooperatives of Arkansas. Lowery previously served as director of the Arkansas Energy Office. read more >
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Energy / Government & Politics

J.D. Lowery Named Electric Cooperatives Manager of Community, Economic Development

The Electric Cooperatives of Arkansas have named J.D. Lowery as manager of community and economic development. read more >
Ron Hughes, owner of Home Energy Rating Services of Little Rock, wanted the Arkansas Energy Code to include mandatory energy testing of new homes. The city of Fayetteville requires new homes to list an "Energy Scorecard."  (Photo of Hughes by Mark Friedman)
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Arkansas Homebuilders Get Their Way on Energy Code

In the fight between the Arkansas Homebuilders Association and energy auditors over updating the Arkansas Energy Code, the first round went to the homebuilders. read more >