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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...

The Christmas season is upon us, and families are busy decorating, baking and buying those perfect gifts. Often, what should be a happy time is less joyous for some struggling to purchase much-needed medicine or put food on their tables, leaving little to pay their...

The Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) has scheduled a brief power outage for DREMC members served out of the Mt. Pleasant Substation in Maury County. This outage is necessary for TVA to perform system improvements within the substation. The outage is scheduled for 4:00 a.m. Sunday morning,...

Please take our service survey. Periodically, DREMC contracts with outside survey companies to contact our membership to see how we are doing. If you are called by someone conducting a survey on behalf of DREMC, we would appreciate your taking a few moments to answer...

DREMC has employed a licensed contractor, Allegiant Utility Services, to change out your existing electric meter with an advanced meter to improve reliability and to give detailed data about energy use. Our contractors have begun their work in the Manchester and Coffee County area and will...

The Tennessee Valley Authority has announced a 1.5% wholesale rate hike effective October 1. Also, a 2.5% rate increase will go into effect for all DREMC residential members, effective for accounts billed after October 1. For the average household, the increase will be about $3.75...