Category: News Releases

Spring energy saving tips

Plant the seeds for an energy-efficient spring The ground is beginning to thaw, the birds are chirping and the sun is setting a little later each day; spring is just around the corner! With the weather changing, it’s important to remember that your energy habits should change as well. Here… Read More»

Join us for the 2019 Annual Meeting of the Members

Our annual meeting is just around the corner. Keep an eye on your mailbox for the April issue of Carolina Country which will include your annual meeting registration card and information on our new voting process. We hope to see you there. You are invited! Annual Meeting of the Members… Read More»

Types of heat pumps

There are three main types of heat pump systems. Use the information below to determine the system that’s best suited for your climate and home. Air-source heat pumps Most commonly used heat pumps. Moves heat rather than converting it from a fuel like combustion heating systems do. Can reduce heating… Read More»

Planned outage

Power outage could last up to four hours. We have found an issue with an insulator at the Eno delivery point with Duke Energy that must be repaired. Our crews will need to deenergize the line for up to four hours to complete the work which will begin at 12:01… Read More»

SmartHub, the smartest way to manage your bill

Life is busy, let us make it a little easier with SmartHub, your one-stop shop for all your account needs. Here are some of the ways that SmartHub can help: Get alerts about your energy use One of the best ways to reduce the amount of your bill is to… Read More»

Show your home some love with our Home Energy Advisor tool!

Have you ever wondered which parts of your home need the most love? At Piedmont Electric, our members have access to a free online tool that analyzes your home’s size, insulation, HVAC system and more. After entering your home’s details, you’ll get a personalized list of ways to save both… Read More»

Winter storm restoration with Lineman Donovan Williams

When freezing rain, strong winds and piles of snow blow through our territory, it can cause power outages. Winter weather commonly breaks off tree branches and causes trees to uproot and fall into the power lines, but thankfully we have our skilled and dedicated linemen ready to respond. To better… Read More»