Monthly Archives: December 2018

Holiday hours

Piedmont Electric will be closed on December 24-25 and January 1 for the holidays. Employees will be on call.

American Red Cross Blood Drive – Jan. 10

Give more life. Sign up to help your community by donating at one of our upcoming blood drives! The American Red Cross will be at both our Hillsborough and Roxboro office locations on Thursday, Jan. 10 from 11:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.   Hillsborough: 2500 NC HWY 86 S Hillsborough,… Read More»

Practice safe heating methods in your home

Space heaters can warm a small area quickly, but there are safety and financial concerns to consider. Visit pemc.coop/tools and use our space heater calculator to total up how much it costs to run your space heater. Space heater safety tips Keep space heaters at least 10 feet away from… Read More»

New year, new energy-saving resolutions

It’s that time of year again when we think about our resolutions for the new year. If one of your goals is to save money, Piedmont Electric can help. When you reduce energy use in your home, your bill reflects that savings, meaning this is one resolution you’ll actually want… Read More»

New year, new ways to be a part of your co-op

Each year, we set aside one Friday night in April to host our annual meeting. We do this to gather members together to elect the co-op’s board of directors, share the cooperative’s plans and to enjoy cooperative fellowship. For many years, this meeting was the only practical way to conduct… Read More»

Responding to Winter Storm Diego

12/10/18 at 8:00 p.m. – All outages have been restored. We send a special thanks to our staff, lineman and visiting crews for their excellent response and work around to restore power to more than 11,000 members affected by this winter storm. We also thank our members for their patience… Read More»

Piedmont Electric Stands Ready to Respond to Winter Weather

We are monitoring weather conditions and are prepared to respond quickly if power outages occur as a result of the approaching winter storm. Snow and ice can lead to power outages, especially if tree branches fall onto power lines. If outages occur, line crews are in place and will be… Read More»