Monthly Archives: October 2019

What do you want to learn more about in 2020?

As a member of our cooperative, your opinion is always important to us. So we want to hear from you to find out what you’re interested in learning more about in the year to come. Use the survey below to check the boxes of the topics you’re most interested in.

Piedmont Electric’s Community Day 2019

Cedar Grove, NC (October 12, 2019) – Over 520 individuals gathered at the Cedar Grove Ruritan Club to celebrate Piedmont Electric’s third annual Community Day. The free event included bucket truck rides from Piedmont Electric linemen as well as participation from the Orange County Sherriff’s Office, Cedar Grove Fire Department,… Read More»

Official Notice: Nominating Committee Meets December 7, 2019

Four seats on the Piedmont Electric board of directors are up for election in 2020. These seats are currently held by David Poythress (District 1), Randy Kinley (District 2), Paul Bailey (District 5) and Richal Vanhook (At Large). As a reminder, there will be no voting at the annual meeting… Read More»

Is your home ready for cold Carolina temperatures?

As the leaves change color, you probably make adjustments to your wardrobe and pull your heavy winter clothes out of storage. Have you considered making similar adjustments to your home as the seasons change? Just like you need warmer clothes to be comfortable in the winter, making changes in your… Read More»

Managing energy while hosting holiday guests

While the holidays are a fun opportunity to spend quality time with the important people in your life, they can also lead to an increase in energy use which results in a higher bill. How does a holiday gathering affect my bill? The amount of your monthly bill is calculated… Read More»

Be Safe When Hunting

  Be Safe When Hunting Hunters have their sights on wild game when preparing for hunting season. A few moments devoted to safety can help prevent an accident with utility equipment. SafeElectricity.org urges hunters to take precautions and be aware of potential electrical hazards while hunting.   • Before leaving… Read More»

Building a stronger community through our co-op

As your co-op, we are woven into the fabric of our community. As part of that community we strive to make it a better place to live, work and raise a family, not just through our exceptional service, but through our involvement in the communities we serve. Community outreach We… Read More»