Membership Fee

A $10 fee establishes your Duck River Electric membership. With your membership are several benefits, including those below. Upon establishing an electric service, a deposit amount may also be required based on the service type.

DREMC membership includes the following:

We invite you to attend DREMC’s Annual Membership Meeting and participate in the election of directors, the business session and the decision-making process of your electric cooperative. Watch for annual meeting announcements each year!

As a residential member, you will receive a subscription to The Tennessee Magazine, which contains information about your cooperative and the services we offer. The magazine is mailed to your home each month. If you have questions about the magazine or ideas for stories, please direct them to DREMC’s co-op news editor, Gina Warren, P.O. Box 89, Shelbyville, TN 37160 or call 931-680-5880.

Duck River transformer in a rural area

The National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA) is a partnership of more than 1,000 of America’s consumer-owned utilities. The nation’s electric cooperatives are organizations with a strong past and a bright future. It is the largest electric utility network in the nation, providing power to over 30 million consumers in 46 states and serving more than 75 percent of the geographic area of the United States.

Please complete the information down to the dotted line and forward the form to the District Office in your service area or return it to Please also include two forms of identification with your application.