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

What Happens to Used Electric Vehicle Batteries?

Big questions about our brighter future

Support Available for Homeowner Assistance

Funds offered for financial hardships due to COVID-19

Make NC811 a Part of Your Digging Project

Calling NC811 can save lives, and limit damage and extensive repairs

New Lineworker Training Unit Creates Realistic Experience

NC co-ops are industry leaders in using the technology

Above-Normal Hurricane Season Predicted

Be prepared for whatever mother nature brings

NC Co-ops Advance Their Brighter Future Journey

Annual Meeting creates opportunity for collaboration

Solar, Battery Projects Lead U.S. Planned Capacity

Electric utilities plan to add 85 gigawatts of new generation capacity from 2022 to 2023

North Carolina Cooperatives Engage Legislators at Home and on Capitol Hill

Co-op leaders move toward a Brighter Future for rural communities

Electric Co-ops Adding Solar + Storage Across Rural NC

Renewable energy resources will be added at 14 sites

Carteret County Teacher Inspires Next Generation of Leaders

Marsha Sirkin has been awarded Bright Ideas Grant impacting 6300 students

NC Co-ops Take the Stage at National Annual Meeting

Electric co-ops praised for innovation, communication, reliability and member support

NC Electric Cooperatives Celebrate 85th Anniversary

Edgecombe-Martin County EMC was the first to flip the switch in 1937