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Maintenance 12/1/2018

ATTENTION:

The South River EMC bill payment system will be unavailable on Saturday, December 1 from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. while we make improvements to better serve you. This outage will impact all bill payment options. If you have any questions, please call 910.892.8071.

Calling All Rising High School Juniors And Seniors

At the close of the 2018-2019 school year, three rising high school juniors or seniors will be able to take part in some great adventures with fellow North Carolina students.

These students will join a contingent of students to travel to Washington, D.C. as part of the Electric Cooperative Youth Tour. Each year, North Carolina students meet thousands of other students from electric cooperatives across the nation.

South River EMC, as one of 26 electric cooperatives across the state, offers this opportunity to area students to be part of this unforgettable experience.

Payments, Speed, Accuracy & Security-- Payment Change

If you pay your electric bill through the U.S. Mail,changes are coming.

Starting with the November electric bills,payments will be sent to a facility in Atlanta for processing. Converting to an off-site payment processing facility will ensure payments are processed quicker, increase accuracy and provide greater security of member information. For most people nothing will change. As long as you use the envelope provided with your bill, enclose the stub and a check you won’t even notice the change.

Payment System Maintenance--October 23 at 8 p.m.

ATTENTION: Our bill payment system will be unavailable from 8-9 p.m. tonight, October 23 for maintenance.

 

Teachers, The Deadline Has Been Extended

With Hurricane Florence packing quite a punch, South River EMC has extended the Bright Ideas deadline.

The application period for the 2018-2019 application period is Monday, September 24, this gives teachers a few extra days to firm up ideas and get them submitted.

The Bright Ideas grant program offers grants to teachers for innovative, classroom-based projects and ideas. Applications can be for anything, such as books, technology, manipulatives, and items to keep students engaged.

Hurricane Florence Update 091718

South River EMC Soldiers On To Restore Electric Service

Fayetteville Office Closed Monday

Attention: The Fayetteville Office will be closed on Monday, Sept. 16 due to an internet outage. Payments can be made at the kiosk, online, through our phone system, Money Gram Xpress or in Dunn. We apologize for any inconvenience.

South River EMC Continues To Overcome The Elements To Restore Service

Despite the challenging conditions, South River EMC line crews began the assessment and restoration process on Saturday. The number of total outages decreased from over 30,000 to just under 22,000 by day’s end. The torrential rain dumped by Hurricane Florence over the past two days is becoming less intense but will continue through today. Many roads in the area are flooded and the rivers are expected to crest over the next two days resulting in nearly historic flooding. 

Hurricane Florence Recovery 4 9/16/18

South River EMC Continues To Overcome The Elements To Restore Service

Comprehensive Assessment Period Begins

As winds from Florence continue to blow and rains drench the area, South River EMC starts the day with 29,729 of its 44,000 members without electric service. Today, electric cooperative officials will assess the extent of the damage to the electric system, formulate a plan for restoration and begin the repair process.

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