Duck River will host a free Home Energy Workshop on Tuesday, October 17 at 6 p.m. in Bedford County.
LOCAL NEWS | Based on several recent complaints, Duck River Electric wants Lynchburg customers to be aware of scammers pretending to be utility employees.
LOCAL NEWS | The Jack Daniel Distillery recently made a $5,000 donation to DREMC’s Project HELP. That money will help offer emergency electric bill help to Moore County families.
DREMC officials cancelled their Annual Membership Meeting due to rapidly rising COVID cases.
Jack Daniel’s Distillery will get nearly three quarters of its energy needs from the new solar farm being build right down the road.
If you experience a power outage on Tuesday, you’ll need to report it the “old fashioned way” to DREMC. Their automatic outage reporting will be down from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. during a meter software update.
As of early Tuesday morning, nearly 1,100 Moore County residents remained without power. DREMC linemen were forced to stop repair attempts Monday night when road conditions and falling trees made it dangerous to continue.
The Lynchburg Chamber of Commerce recently received its share of $25,000 donated by DREMC and TVA to area chambers.
Attention MCHS Class of 2022: Duck River Electric Memberships Corporation invites you to enter their essay contest. You could win scholarship dollars.
Hurricanes have ravaged the southern Gulf states this year. Line men from DREMC recently visited to help with the recovery.