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

A Brighter Future Through Grid Management

A new service helps manage a 500-MW resource distributed across the state

UNC Burn Center Unit Celebrates 10 Years

The Acute Burn and Wound Care Unit was funded by NC electric co-ops

Students Meet Virtually for 2021 Youth Tour

Sessions include meetings with NC Congressional delegates

Educating a Brighter Future

The Bright Ideas Education Grant Program advances excellence in education

Electric Vehicle Q&A

Answers about EV numbers and battery sustainability

White Rock Farms Receives Funds to Improve Efficiency, Reduce Emissions

Pee Dee Electric partners to bring new tech to livestock farm

Nimble and Reliable: Natural Gas Generation

Natural gas generation plays a role in a brighter future for electric co-op members

Marking a Milestone

Carolina Farmer first hit mailboxes this month in 1946

Pee Dee Electric CEO Elected to National Board

Donnie Spivey will represent state as an NRECA director

2021 Hurricane Season Could Be Above Average

NC State forecasters anticipate 15 to 18 named storms

Four County EMC’s Mitch Keel Retiring

Don Gatton Named Incoming CEO

NC Co-op Leaders Meet Virtually for 2021 Annual Meeting

Event centered around ‘Building a Brighter Future’

Co-ops Meet with Legislators During Modified ‘Rally in Raleigh’

Local co-ops adapt to COVID-19 restrictions to engage policymakers

Nuclear Power Q&A

What’s the long-term plan for used fuel?