Our Solutions

NRTC’s technology focus starts with the members in mind — what they need, what solves their challenges, what will benefit them. More than simply offering access to technology, NRTC designs complete solutions to meet the unique needs of each member. From selection to implementation through on-going operation, our team stands by you to help maximize your technology investment.

We design our solutions to work together for the benefit of our members. Building a communications network that enables electric cooperatives to implement advanced smart grid technologies; mobile solutions that enable broadband providers to offer bundled services; managed services that enable members to operate a reliable and secure network.

We help you deliver fast, reliable broadband to all your customers—no matter how remote. From technology evaluation and business modeling to design and engineering and right through construction and daily operations, you’ll get the right model for providing high-speed service.
Smart Grid
Our goal is to provide the right combination of technologies to assist all functions within a rural distribution cooperative. NRTC solutions make life easier for linemen in the field, technicians remotely monitoring systems or the manager planning deployment and financing.
Managed Services
Operations, billing, and customer care are vital for success. Many of our members are jumping into telecommunications for the first time, and we understand just how much work it takes to prepare for and successfully operate telecommunications networks. There are a multitude of things a new operator must manage, and we here to help.
Our highly flexible turnkey solution enables operators to enjoy all the advantages of smartphone, tablet, and IOT use on a nationwide 4G LTE/5G cellular network, even in areas where creating a costly wireless infrastructure just isn’t feasible.
Our People

Always Looking for Ways to Improve

Improving our member experience through their technology deployment and operations is one of NRTC’s primary goals. It’s always a plus to find practices that improve efficiency because anything that makes our tasks more efficient usually ends up benefiting our members. Take, for example, the latest endeavor by NRTC Operations Manager Eve Tapscott.


The Latest News

NRTC Member Awarded $47 Million in Missouri ARPA Announcement

The state of Missouri has awarded NRTC member White River Valley Electric Cooperative (WRVEC) $47 million in grants to complete seven broadband construction projects in five counties. The funding is through Missouri’s share of federal American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) support. NRTC assisted WRVEC with application preparation. The projects will connect 15,600 households and 2,150 businesses to fast fiber networks. In total, the state awarded $261 million. Several other NRTC members also won support.

Singer/Songwriter Doug Johnson to Perform at Nashville Meeting

For those planning to attend the NRTC Annual Meeting for electric members in Nashville, March 5, be sure to stay for our guest, songwriter and long-time record company executive Doug Johnson. He will perform at the meeting and tell stories of his years working with country artists including Trace Adkins, LeAnn Rimes, Kenny Rogers and many others. Johnson has written seven number-one hit songs. There is a possibility he might bring some guests to appear with him.

Heartland Rural Electric’s Mark Scheibe Joins NRTC Board

Mark Scheibe, CEO of Heartland Rural Electric Cooperative in Girard, KS, has joined the NRTC Board of Directors representing electric voting District 7. The board elected him earlier this month following a search and interviews with a series of candidates. Scheibe, who has extensive management and distribution engineering experience at rural electric cooperatives, fills a vacant seat on the NRTC board.

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