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February 9, 2016

Bitter cold tomorrow brings Beat the Peak appeal

Lows of 16-19 degrees are forecasted Wednesday (tomorrow), Feb. 10, meaning high electricity use and the possibility of a demand peak between 6 and 8 a.m. across Duck River EMC’s 16-county service territory. Beat the Peak™ and other conservation measures will be activated in an effort to avoid demand charges from TVA that drive up READ MORE

February 2, 2016

Transaction survey calls to begin

Duck River EMC this week launches a new telephone survey that focuses on the opinions of co-op members who have recently conducted transactions. The purpose of the survey is to collect data on the transaction experience by asking members to rate the quality of service, the knowledge and effectiveness of personnel, and the ease of READ MORE

January 23, 2016

Outage numbers whittled down in Coffee County

An equipment failure and broken pole are to blame for a prolonged power outage in Coffee County. Originally affecting more than 400 DREMC members, the outage has been whittled down 100 households. Manchester line crews have been working since early morning to restore service. An automatic transformer is being replaced, but now a broken pole READ MORE