About Us


Who We Are (1-minute video)

Thank you to our video sponsors: Border States, Van Meter, Viking Electric.
Thank you to Nottingham Construction and Noble Electric Solutions for providing the shoot location.

The Electrical Association is a non-profit trade association that was founded in 1928. We are a member-owned service organization that provides information, education, books/forms, and government representation to electrical contractors and their stakeholders.

The Electrical Association supports electrical contractors and electricians throughout Minnesota and all 50 states. It is the voice of assurance for long-term, uncompromising excellence in electrical contracting. Our members range in size from one-person shops to businesses with over $1M in gross sales volume.


The Electrical Association provides leadership in partnering between contractors, government employees and consumers to promote quality construction built safely, on time, on budgets and at a fair price and profit. The Electrical Association provides a strong commitment to quality in education, communication, government relations and ethics.

Promise To Our Customers and Members

In a friendly professional way we respectfully treat each customer and member with courtesy and compassion. We provide the best quality service and product possible by partnering with each individual to meet their needs.

The Electrical Association is where it is because of phenomenal leadership. View the current Board of Directors and Past Presidents

The Electrical Association Offers

  • A professional staff  
  • A voice in state legislative activities and regulatory agencies
  • Educational programs for masters, journeymen, estimators, and contractors
  • Electrical forms and NEC® code books
  • Electrical apprentice training program
  • Continuing education credit classes
  • A prep course for Journeyman's licensing exam
  • The Electrical Association News and the Electrical Association Alert, bi-monthly publications
  • Wage and Benefit Report - Are you compensating your employees competitively? The report is free to those who respond to the survey.
  • And much more! Learn more about member benefits.