Author: Abigail Kreun

Winter Storm Izzy

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 Learn about winter storm restoration with one of… Read More»

Now is the Perfect Time to Switch to Paperless Billing

With the holiday season upon us, postal workers are busier than ever. As they work hard to get packages and holiday cards delivered to the correct destinations, the post office might start to slow down due to the extra volume of mail. If you’re still receiving your paper bill through… 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»

Labor Day – Offices Closed

Labor Day – Monday, Sept. 6, 2021 Our offices will be closed for the holiday and employees will be on call.

Storm prep

  WHAT TO DO BEFORE STORMS HIT Create an emergency kit. It should include bottled water, nonperishable foods, first aid supplies, flashlights, batteries and any other items you might need if you were to be without power for several days. Keep it in a place that’s easy to access and… Read More»

Keeping members’ best interests at heart

A message from Steve Hamlin, President & General Manager It’s not just about what you do, it’s also why you do it. What we do is deliver reliable, affordable power. We do this because we are committed to the well-being of our members. Please understand that we do things differently… Read More»

Solar for All

As your trusted energy provider, Piedmont Electric is proud to offer members a solar energy option beyond the traditional, on-site home installation. Participating in community solar is a way for members to utilize locally produced, clean energy to help offset their carbon footprint. And because it’s a community-shared resource, participants… Read More»