About My Co-op
Piedmont Electric Membership Corporation is an organization both owned and governed by its customers, called “members.” It is the purpose of this cooperative to work for and with the community in which it serves. Below you will find more information on how Piedmont Electric is governed, how you can get involved, and other corporate information:
Piedmont Electric outlines its commitment to members through its mission statement
Board of Directors
As a cooperative, we are owned and managed by our members, meet the men and women who make up your Board of Directors
Information about key managerial employees who keep Piedmont Electric running strong
Bylaws & Service Regulations
Download a copy of Piedmont Electric's bylaws to understand your rights as a member.
Capital Credits are part of your co-op membership. Check to see if you have any unclaimed Capital Credits.
Join us online for this year's annual meeting!
View job opportunities and career resources at your electric cooperative
Annual Report Archive
Archive of past annual reports for the cooperative.
Offering a unique opportunity to gain hands-on experience at an electric cooperative.
Links to rate schedules, including information explaining different rate structures and recent restructuring
Service Territory Map
See our territory map spanning six counties.
Be Prepared for Power Outages
By working together we can help keep everyone safe and weather the storm.
The cooperative difference is embodied through commitment to the community, find out more about our goals and opportunities in your community
Our Cooperative has a number of incentives and programs directed at building the economy of the communities we serve
Right of Way
Piedmont Electric's Right of Way program is designed to keep you safe and our power reliable by trimming overgrown vegetation
Check out and download your co-op's 2020 calendar here!
Read Piedmont Electric Membership Corporation's nondiscrimination statement.