Author: Abigail Kreun

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»

Improving communities yesterday, today and tomorrow

This being our 80th anniversary has truly given us reason to celebrate! Like a fine wine or grandma’s cast iron skillet, your co-op has only gotten better with age. For these last 80 years we’ve grown alongside our membership continually adapting, innovating and preparing for the future of our communities.… Read More»

Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving from Piedmont Electric! Our offices will be closed on Thursday, November 22 and Friday, November 23 for the holiday and employees will be on call.

“Smart” gifts for the holidays

This holiday season, give a tech product that will help reduce their energy bills for years to come! Smart thermostat Installing a smart thermostat is one of the best ways to take control of your energy bill. Similar to a programmable thermostat, it allows you to set a schedule for… Read More»

NEAVFD Receives a $360,000 Zero-Interest Loan for New Fire Station

Alamance County, NC (October 17, 2018) – The North Eastern Alamance Volunteer Fire Department (NEAVFD) received a $360,000 zero-interest loan to help pay for their new fire station. Piedmont Electric Membership Corporation is playing a supporting role in the construction of the fire station by helping NEAVFD secure $360,000 in… Read More»

Responding to Hurricane Michael

Oct. 15, 5:00 p.m. – All our outages from Hurricane Michael have been restored! Thank you for all your kindness and patience over these past few days. Together, we are co-op strong! If you are still experiencing an outage, please call us at 800.222.3107. Photo caption: A clear outage map… Read More»

Local shelters for Hurricane Florence

Sept. 12, 2018 – 10:50 A.M. Known local shelters for Hurricane Florence as of Sept. 12, 2018 at 10:50 A.M.: Alamance County Lambs Chapel Haw River Opens Thursday at 10:00 am Caswell County None listed at this time. Durham County Bahama Ruritan Club 8202 Stagville Road Hillside High School 3727… Read More»