More Power To You

News, information and opinions on the energy industry, politics and North Carolina’s electric cooperatives.

Cape Hatteras EC, Tideland EMC Move Quickly During Crisis

Co-ops worked around the clock to restore service to the Outer Banks

Book Review — Poles, Wires and War

A new book explores co-op efforts to electrify rural South Vietnam

Top 10 Reasons to Consider a Co-op Career

Wherever you are, odds are there’s an electric co-op nearby

Are You Ready for Hurricane Season?

NOAA predicts an above-normal Atlantic storm season

Four County EMC Supports Music Industry Manufacturer

Burgaw-based Mojotone produces audio equipment for music legends

Duke Energy Works Through Coal Ash Plans

Recent regulatory changes require new management of coal ash

Teachers: Bring Projects to Life with a Bright Ideas Grant

Meet the Aug. 15 early bird deadline for a chance at $100

NC’s Greer Inducted into Lineman’s Hall of Fame

Retired co-op employee dedicated his career to safety

Linemen Complete Advanced Education Programs

Co-op lineworkers are advancing skills at Nash Community College

Help NC Track Broadband Coverage

A state resource aims to identify rural broadband need

Causes of Outages and Blinks

Weather, animals can cause power loss

Electric Co-op Leaders Meet with Gov. Roy Cooper

Discussions cover energy innovation and rural economic development

Believe it: The French are Using Cheese to Generate Power

A French power plant uses a cheese byproduct to generate electricity