EMCs and 4,500 Strong Tackle Outages from Irma

TUCKER, Ga.  5 p.m. – Electric Membership Cooperatives (EMCs) in Georgia have almost completed a massive restoration event following Tropical … [Read more...]

EMCs Report Few Outages

TUCKER, Ga. -- Georgia’s electric membership cooperatives (EMCs) are reporting approximately 1,500 customers without power as a result of snow and … [Read more...]

Electric Membership Cooperative (EMC) Restoration Efforts Continue

TUCKER, Ga. –  As of 7 p.m., Georgia’s electric membership cooperatives (EMCs) are reporting approximately 40,000 customers in southeast and coastal … [Read more...]

Electric Membership Cooperatives (EMCs) Assess Damage and Begin Restoration

TUCKER, Ga. –  As of 7 p.m., Georgia’s electric membership cooperatives (EMCs) are reporting approximately 78,000 customers in southeast and coastal … [Read more...]

Electric Membership Cooperatives (EMCs) Report Few Customers Without Power

TUCKER, Ga. –  As of 5 a.m., Georgia’s electric membership cooperatives (EMCs) are reporting approximately 975 customers in north Georgia without … [Read more...]

EMCs Nearing Complete Restoration

Electric Membership Corporations Nearing Complete Power Restoration Tucker, Ga. –  As of 3 p.m., Georgia’s electric membership cooperatives (EMCs) … [Read more...]

EMCs Clear Most Outages and Brace for Another Storm

Tucker, Ga. – EMCs restored service to 4,900 customers overnight who lost power following a winter storm that wreaked havoc on power lines and power … [Read more...]

EMCs Enter Final Stages of Restoration

Tucker, Ga. – EMCs have entered the final stages of restoration and restored service to 126,500 customers in northeast Georgia who lost power after a … [Read more...]

EMCs Enter Latter Stages of Restoration

Tucker, Ga. – Since 5 a.m. today, EMCs have restored power to 9,600 customers in heavily damaged parts of northeast Georgia where ice still clings to … [Read more...]

EMCs Make More Progress Overnight

Tucker, Ga. – In the overnight hours, EMC crews restored service to another 9,000 customers in northeast Georgia, an area which experienced severe … [Read more...]