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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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As the temperature hovers at or below freezing, Duck River Electric Membership Corporation reminds members there are precautions to keep their homes warm while minimizing the impact on their electric bills. There are several things you can do to help control the cost of your electric...

Duck River EMC employees met today with our legislators to present ACRE (the Tennessee Action Committee for Rural Electrification) contributions and discuss cooperative issues. ACRE contributions help support those state political leaders - in office now and running for office - who will speak for...

The 26-member student council from Community Middle School visited Duck River EMC on Thursday, Dec. 14, to pay tribute to linemen and member service representatives and show their appreciation for the service they provide to our communities. Each Christmas, this group of student leaders chooses...