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More than 200 electric co-op leaders from across the state were in Nashville on Jan. 29 and 30 for the 2018 Tennessee Electric Cooperative Association Legislative Conference. During meetings with legislators on Capitol Hill, co-op members and employees stressed the important role that co-ops play...

Forecasts indicate that Friday morning’s temperature will be frigid. Morning lows around 20 degrees on Friday, February 2, combined with higher electricity demand due to home heating, could produce a monthly peak for Duck River Electric Membership Corporation (DREMC). The electric co-op plans to activate Beat...

Duck River Electric Membership Corporation (DREMC) members should be on guard for an electric bill payment scam that has hit DREMC members this week. The people behind this fraud use the name of Walter Griffin and instruct our members to pay their overdue electric bills, or they will be...

“December and January’s temperatures dipped to the teens and single digits, and the result is much higher electric bills than expected,” says Duck River Electric Membership Corporation (DREMC) CEO and President Michael Watson....

Last week's extreme cold temperatures will no doubt affect the cost of our electric bills in the next billing cycle. Take steps now to save money this winter - and all year long -  by making a few household improvements to stop cold air from entering...

Cold temperatures across the area are placing additional demands on the power system, and Duck River Electric Membership Corporation (DREMC) team members are working hard to ensure you remain safe and warm. Until the temperature moderates on Thursday afternoon, January 18, residents can help reduce their...

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