Jump River Electric
Jump River Electric Cooperative (JREC) is a non-profit electric service provider for rural communities across six Wisconsin counties, including: Barron, Chippewa, Price, Rusk, Sawyer, and Taylor. Their mission is to provide reliable, safe, sustainable, and affordable utility services to the communities they serve. JREC supports economic development in their service territory, and they partner on projects that benefit the local communities.
JREC invites you to discover the Cooperative Difference where their customers – business, residential, and agricultural – are their member-owners. From grassroots development initiatives to existing business expansion, entreprenurial development, and new business attraction, their team is here to assist you in applying for a rural economic development loan.
RURAL ECONOMIC DEVLOPMENT LOAN PROGRAM
Low interest rate gap-financing may be available through Jump River Electric Cooperative to support qualifying business or community development projects.
Eligible Projects and Applicants
- Business/Organizations (for profit, non-profit, commercial, industrial, retail, distribution, agricultural processing, land, buildings, machinery & equipment)
- Community Facilities (infrastructure (sewer, water, streets, rail), business/industrial parks, fire/EMS buildings & equipment, libraries, community centers)
- Health Care & Education (hospitals, clinics, assisted living, child care)
- Amount – determined on a case-by-case basis by the cooperative board of directors; based on the project and specific loan program requirements
- Rate – typically ranging from 0% to below prime interest rates
- Term – maximum of 10 years
- Security – adequate security as determined by the cooperative board of directors
- Contact Jump River Electric Cooperative at 715-532-5524 to discuss your project and begin the loan application process.
Financial Packaging Assistance
- Based on the unique attributes and needs of your project, we will also work to connect you with the right mix of resource providers, including: local financial institutions, local, state & federal economic development incentives, and local, state & federal loans and loan guarantees.
JREC is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
“Having lived in a large city for most of my adult life, I was looking for a place less crowded, less hectic. …The nights in Rusk County are dark and on clear ones I love to stare into the heavens and be able to dream a million dreams and just let my mind wander.”
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