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Thousands of Duck River EMC members don’t have access to broadband internet, and across Tennessee rural broadband availability is a hope, rather than a reality. The Department of Economic and Community Development wants to find out how many Tennesseans don’t have broadband access and the...

Duck River EMC’s online bill payment system will be down from 5 p.m. today (Friday, Jan. 22) until 1 a.m. tomorrow (Saturday, Jan. 23). This outage is necessary to install cyber-security updates. DREMC regrets the inconvenience, but protecting the personal and financial information of co-op...

Single-digit temperatures forecasted Tuesday (tomorrow), Jan. 19, will mean 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...

As a reminder to our commercial agricultural members, Duck River EMC requests that tax-exemption certificates be updated as soon as possible. Current certificates expired on Dec . 31 and failure to provide an updated certificate will result in sales and use tax being charged on your...

Forecasters predict the coldest temperatures of the month for southern Middle Tennessee on Monday morning, Jan. 11. Home heating is expected to significantly increase electricity use, with higher demand charges impacting the cost of wholesale power. Duck River Electric Membership Corporation (DREMC) will activate Beat the...

Can you imagine life without electricity? Sometimes it is easy to flip the light switch without thinking about the work that goes on behind the scenes. Duck River Electric Membership Corporation (DREMC) has been working behind the scenes to make the lights come on for...

Duck River Electric Membership Corporation (DREMC) was honored with Top Tenn communication awards in recognition of work to educate and inform electric co-op members. The honor was presented during the annual meeting of the Tennessee Electric Cooperative Association (TECA) in Nashville. DREMC received an award in...

Utility scams are a plague sweeping the nation, and Duck River EMC members are not immune. Criminals posing as co-op representatives try to bilk money from victims by threatening them with disconnection of electric service, fooling them into the purchase of electric meters and other...

Forecasters predict the coldest temperatures of the month for southern Middle Tennessee on Monday morning, Nov. 23. Home heating is expected to significantly increase electricity use, with higher demand charges impacting the cost of wholesale power. Duck River Electric Membership Corporation (DREMC) will activate Beat the...