LS Networks is owned by more than 60,000 citizen shareholders of five rural Oregon electric cooperatives and the Coquille Tribe, a Native American tribal nation. We owe our start to the rural businesses and individuals that saw an unmet need in the Pacific Northwest. We have continued to grow ever since, providing top-tier service to urban and rural communities alike.
CEC Resources, Inc. (holding company of Central Electric Cooperative)
Central Electric is one of Oregon's member-owned cooperative electric utilities. CEC provides electric services to Deschutes, Crook, Jefferson, Grant, Linn, Wasco and Lake counties in Central and Eastern Oregon.
Based in Hermiston, Umatilla Electric Cooperative is a not-for-profit corporation created in 1937 and owned by the 10,000 members it serves in Northeastern Oregon’s Morrow, Umatilla and Union counties.
Douglas Electric Cooperative
Douglas Electric Cooperative (DEC) is a private, not-for-profit electric utility owned by the members it serves. The DEC service area covers 2,200 square miles in Western and Northern Douglas County, with small portions in Northeast and Southeast Coos County and Southern Lane County.
Hood River Electric Cooperative
The Hood River Electric Cooperative serves approximately 3,500 accounts owned by more than 2,300 members. The co-op aims to make electric energy available to its members at the lowest rate consistent with sound economy and good management.
Columbia Broadband is a wholly owned subsidiary of West Oregon Electric Cooperative (WOEC). The WOEC is owned by 3,600 members and governed by a seven-member board that represents each of the seven districts served.