Our offices will be closed Thursday, 11/26, and Friday, 11/27, for the Thanksgiving holiday. Emergency crews are available for outages by calling 1-800-559-4191 or 701-579-4191.
Slope Electric Cooperative is a member-owned electric cooperative headquartered in New England, North Dakota and has an outpost center in Bowman. Slope Electric has provided electricity to our members in Adams, Bowman, Hettinger and Slope counties since 1945.
Slope Electric is a Touchstone Energy Cooperative that identifies cooperative's providing superior service while maintaining a strong local presence. As a Touchstone Energy Cooperative we provide high standards of service according to the cooperative principles and are guided by their four core values: integrity, accountability, innovation and commitment to community.
The Cooperative is governed by an eight-member board of directors who are elected by the membership. The Cooperative currently employs 25 employees.
Slope Electric currently serves approximately 1,897 members by providing electrical service to more than 3,963 meters. The electric plant consists of 19 substations and 3,232 miles of line.
We're proud to be Your Touchstone Energy Cooperative!
Due to new requirements from credit card companies, in the near future Slope Electric Cooperative customer service representatives will no longer be able to verbally accept credit card payments by phone. Due to security breaches, credit card companies are requiring tighter security to protect personal information. The Payment Card Industry (PCI) has implemented new requirements.
We will keep you updated when this will go into effect.
When implemented, credit card payments can still be made over the phone, but instead of talking to a customer service representative, you must utilize our Interactive Voice Response (IVR) system that is PCI compliant. We will transfer you to our IVR system and can then make your credit card payment or you may dial yourself.
Those members who pay by credit card, through SmartHub on their mobile device or through the “On-Line Bill Pay” link on the home page of our website at www.slopeelectric.coop will continue to pay as they have been. Slope Electric will continue to accept payments by check, cash, money order, and of course, credit cards. But, as discussed, to remain compliant with the payment card industry, customer service representatives will no longer be able to verbally accept credit card payments by phone. If you do call the office wanting to make a credit card payment, you will be transferred to the IVR pay-by-phone payment option.
Watch for further updates in the magazine, on our website or Facebook as to when this will go into effect.
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