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Your Energy

Take control of the energy you use with these tips, programs and trends.

Getting Hot in the Kitchen?

In summer, choose appliances that won't make your A/C work too hard

Meeting Member Needs With Low-Carbon Power

Electric co-ops in North Carolina are national leaders in providing low-carbon power

Keep your thermostat "on point"

Nearby objects can make your HVAC work too hard

The Work of a Lineman

A 12-year-old’s ode to her grandfather’s work on the lines

Burn Center Pioneer Dies at Age 103

John Stackhouse founded the center with electric co-ops nearly 40 years ago

Keep Cool for Less

Get your home in top shape for summer

Smart Appliances

Consider pros, cons when mulling purchases

Test Your Energy Saving Know-How

Telling fact from fiction for seven energy saving claims

NC Meter School Tackles Grid Tech

A long-standing conference keeps meter and substation experts in the know

Guilt-Free Streaming

The right equipment keeps the episodes rolling without breaking the bank

The Path to Low-Carbon Power

NCEMC has been on a path to generating electricity while emitting less carbon dioxide for decades

A Different Kind of "Sun Light"

Solar-powered lights are easy and inexpensive

Building a Brighter Energy Future, Together

National co-op Board President Curtis Wynn outlines his vision for the future

NC’s Wynn Elected to Lead National Board

The Roanoke Electric Cooperative CEO was elected board president in March

Electricity is Increasingly the ‘Fuel’ of Choice

A new report projects electricity demand to surge by 2040

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