What's Happening

November 17, 2014

Scam attempt reported by Bell Buckle business owner

Electric bill scammers are still at work in the DREMC service territory. They continue to contact local businesses, portraying themselves as a co-op billing and collections representatives. The latest attempt was reported by a business in Bell Buckle. The owner said that a “Catherine,” purporting to be calling for the co-op, left a number. When READ MORE

DREMC demand peak could occur over next two mornings

A blast of frigid weather over the next two days brings with it projected high demand for electricity. Duck River Electric Membership Corp. (DREMC) will activate its Beat the Peak™ program on Tuesday and Wednesday mornings between the hours of 6 a.m. and 8 a.m. Temperature and load forecasts show that a system peak will READ MORE

November 7, 2014

DREMC and Comcast resolve pole attachment fee dispute

Duck River Electric Membership Corp. (DREMC) members in Franklin and Moore counties won’t see their Comcast service interrupted over a pole attachment fee debt dispute. Comcast has paid in full the amount owed for two years, averting a scheduled Nov. 10 disconnection of power supplies and equipment attached to co-op utility poles. Comcast also agreed READ MORE