Chastain Highlights Electric Cooperatives on RFD-TV

EMC leaders, including Georgia EMC President/CEO Dennis Chastain, appeared Monday on RFD-TV to discuss the important role that electric co-ops play in … [Read more...]

EMCs Report Severe Damage and 134,000 Customers Without Power

Tucker, Ga. –  As of 5 a.m., Georgia’s electric membership cooperatives (EMCs) are reporting approximately 134,000 customers in north Georgia without … [Read more...]

EMCs Brace for Winter Storm

(TUCKER, Jan. 27, 2014)—The electric membership corporations (EMCs) in Georgia are bracing for the probability of a winter storm. Officials are … [Read more...]

EMCs Make Progress in Power Restoration

As of 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Georgia’s electric membership cooperatives (EMCs) are reporting 11,000 customers without power in west and north Georgia … [Read more...]

EMCs Report Power Outages Following Severe Weather

Georgia’s electric membership cooperatives (EMCs) currently have approximately 14,000 customers in west and north Georgia without power as a result of … [Read more...]

Georgia EMC Elects 2013 Board Officers

Georgia Electric Membership Corp. (GEMC) recently re-elected Alice Mallory chairperson, Anthony Norton vice-chairman and Randy Crenshaw … [Read more...]

Public Service Commission Recognizes Utility Workers Following Superstorm Sandy

Georgia Public Service Commissioner Stan Wise recently recognized utility workers from Georgia, including those from Electric Membership Corporations … [Read more...]

EMCs Send Crews to Maryland to Restore Power

Approximately 85 electric linemen and a large contingent of equipment from 11 electric cooperatives in Georgia are headed to Maryland to help restore … [Read more...]

EMC Efforts Yield Big Dividends

To bring relief to thousands of Georgians served by charitable organizations across the state, employees of Electric Membership Corporations (EMCs) … [Read more...]

Electric Co-ops Nurture Nearby Creek and Community

A large group of electric cooperative employees recently set out to create a fresh footprint to benefit middle school students, nearby neighbors and … [Read more...]