Member Services

Building or Remodeling

Let us assist you in sizing your electric heat pump or planning wiring and lighting.

Project HELP

Project Help allows Duck River EMC members to contribute each month to those having financial difficulty paying their electric bills. Add a dollar or more to your monthly bill and help your neighbors in need. You may also contribute with a one-time donation. Project Help is a voluntary donation program, and it is administered by third-party assistance agencies.

Help us make a difference! Click here for a form to participate in the program. You may return the form to your office or email us at corpinfo@dremc.com. Contact your local office for more information regarding the Project Help Program.

Equal Monthly Payment & Bank Draft

DREMC members who are interested in these programs need to notify the office serving you for more information. You must sign up for equal monthly payment in March or April.

Security Light

The installation and maintenance of a security light on an existing pole is available for a monthly rental fee. Contact your local office for rates and requirements.

Life Support

If you or a family member depends on life support equipment, please let us know. Having the situation documented on your account is helpful as we inform members of planned power outages. If the medical equipment requires a constant source of electricity, advanced notification of planned outages gives DREMC members time to make necessary arrangements. Contact your local DREMC office so we can update your account with the type of life-support equipment used, your address and telephone number.

Auxiliary Generator

If you plan to purchase an auxiliary generator for your farm, home or business, please make sure you connect it safely.

Follow the manufacturer’s instructions, and click here to read a few safety tips about generator safety from DREMC.

Surge Protectors

A “whole house” surge suppression meter ring that installs at the electric meter base is available for lease for $5 per month. A one-time meter set charge of $25 will be charged for existing meters.

Information and Questions

Brochures and information on electric appliances and energy use are available upon request through the Member Services Department or from display racks in the office lobbies. Educational programs are also available for civic and school groups. If interested in a presentation, contact your local office or the Member Services Department in Shelbyville at 931-684-4621.

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