Author: Abigail Kreun

Goal of low cost

  We know the price you pay for electricity is important to you, and as your co-op, we take steps every day to ensure we’re delivering quality service at an affordable price to you and your family. To learn more about how we save you money and keep costs down,… Read More»

Shelter information for Winter Storm Viola

For the most updated information, visit your county’s website. More information on shelters will be provided here as they become available. Alamance County No information available at this time.   Caswell County The Caswell County Fire Departments will be open as warming stations from 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.. There… Read More»

Winter Storm Viola

Quick resources Outage reporting: SmartHub or call 800.222.3107. If there is a busy tone, please call back in a few minutes or report your outage through SmartHub or by text. SmartHub and our text outage program automatically report your outage. Online outage map Winter weather safety tips County shelter and… Read More»

Winter Storm Uri Restoration

  Quick resources Outage reporting: SmartHub or call 800.222.3107 Online outage map Winter weather safety tips Learn about winter storm restoration with one of our lineworkers, Donovan Williams. Updates 2/16 – 12:50 p.m. All outages have been restored. Thank you so much for your patience as our crews worked hard… Read More»

Efland blinking light investigation

Piedmont Electric crews are on the scene in Efland investigating the cause of reported blinking lights near the High Rock Rd and Mill Creek Rd area. Yesterday, crews replaced four lightning arresters in the area and are continuing to patrol the lines for other potential causes. We thank you for… Read More»

What’s in a bill?

When you receive your bill from Piedmont Electric, the basic understanding is that the more energy you use, the higher your bill. But, it’s a little more complex than that. There are a number of different factors that play a part in the total amount you owe each month. We’ve… Read More»

Mail delays – use alternative payment method

The United States Postal Service is currently experiencing delays due to the unprecedented volume increase and limited employee availability due to the impacts of COVID-19. The mail delay is causing delays in bills being issued and payments being received. This is also causing delayed delivery of capital credit checks. Instead… Read More»