Community

At Piedmont Electric, we do more than keep the lights on—we make a difference in the lives of those we serve by helping build a better community.  We show our commitment to the communities through a wide range of youth programs and giving opportunities.  By empowering our current and future members, we ensure a brighter and stronger future for all.  Together, we have the power to make a cooperative difference.

Bright Ideas Educator Grants 💡

Cooperatives offer grants to teachers with innovative classroom projects

RiverStreet Networks

Learn about our efforts to bring reliable, affordable internet to the underserved areas of our communities.

Helping Hand Foundation

Support those in need in our community through energy assistance, scholarships, teacher grants and more!

College Scholarship Program 🎓

High school students planning to continue their education can apply now for Piedmont Electric's College Scholarship.

Basketball Camp Scholarships 🏀

Middle-school students can be awarded full scholarships to attend basketball camp on college campuses.

Youth Tour in Washington D.C.

High school students have the opportunity to attend the Youth Tour in Washington, D.C.

Community Loan Program 🚒

Piedmont Electric, in association with the United States Department of Agriculture's (USDA) Rural Economic Development Loan and Grant program (REDLG) provide loans to our rural community annually.

School Zone

Piedmont Electric strives to educate the next generation to become smarter energy users through its various educational programs.

Live Outage Map

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Report an Outage

If you are without electricity, please call 800.449.2667.
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Opt in to text alerts by texting “pemc” to 800.222.3107. Once you’ve opted in, report an outage by texting “#out” to 800.222.3107. Update the cell number connected to your account by completing the form that comes with your monthly bill or calling 800.222.3107.