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Members’ Change Means Changes For Communities

In September, the Community Assistance Corporation, or CAC, a not-for-profit foundation established by South River EMC, awarded $54,832.70 through eight grants given to non-profit organizations and schools.

Planned Outage- Sunday, September 27

Sunday, September 27 South River EMC will have an outage beginning at 2 a.m. and lasting approximately 30 minutes. This outage will affect members in the Raven Rock, Old 421, Cameron Rd. and Mimms Rd. areas, as well as as well as Patterson Rd., Holly Springs Church Rd., and 421 areas.

Planned Outage September 23 (click for more...)

South River EMC will have a planned outage in Stonecross Subdivision on Wednesday, September 23 from 1-4 p.m.

Bright Ideas Application Period Will Close September 18

School has started and as a teacher, you’re realizing more of what you need to teach this year’s crop of students. A question you might have is whether you budget will allow it.

The Bright Ideas grant program is available for teachers at public K-12 certified schools. Teachers can apply for grants up to $2,000 for innovative, classroom based ideas.

There is no specific area of interest your grant must fall in, it can be reading, math, even language related. There’s also no limit to the amount of grant applications a teacher can submit.

Labor Day Closing

South River EMC offices will be closed Monday, September 7, in honor of Labor Day. You are still able to make payments here at sremc.com or by calling 910-892-8071 and following the automated prompts. We hope you have a safe and happy day!

Electric Cooperatives Evaluating Impact of EPA’s Clean Power Plan on Members

North Carolina’s electric cooperatives, including South River EMC, are studying the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Clean Power Plan released today to determine its impact on cooperative member-consumers.

The EPA released the final version of the Clean Power Plan, which aims to reduce carbon emissions nationwide and will transform the way energy is generated across the country. Each state is given a specific benchmark and is tasked with developing a plan to reduce carbon emissions to meet this goal.

There’s Still Time For Early Birds And Bright Ideas

Now that everyone is maxed out on the summer heat, if you’re a teacher, it’s time to begin considering cool and bright ideas!

The Bright Ideas grant program is available for teachers at public K-12 certified schools. Teachers can apply for grants up to $2,000 for innovative, classroom based ideas.

If you submit an application before August 14, you’ll be entered into the Early Bird drawing for one of five $100 Visa gift cards. Perhaps you’re looking for the right words to explain your project idea, the final deadline for applications is September 18.

Members’ Cents Make Sense For Community Enhancement

In June, the Community Assistance Corporation, or CAC, a not-for-profit foundation established by South River EMC, funded nine different non-profit and educational programs with grants totaling $56,202.16. Projects are funded through the electric cooperative’s Operation Round Up program.

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