PLEASE BE AWARE: it has recently come to our attention that a company known as Doxo, Inc., which is not affiliated with Four County EMC, is using our logo, contact information and reputation to market its online bill payment service to potential customers. We are not in partnership with this company and have not authorized them to use our logo or materials. Furthermore, we do not require that members use Doxo's services to pay electric bills.
NOTICE: Members and nonmembers alike may be receiving calls from someone portraying to be from Four County EMC or from another electric utility requiring immediate payment or your service will be disconnected. Four County EMC does not call members requesting immediate payment. If you receive a call from someone claiming to be from Four County EMC and are asked or pressured for immediate payment or personal information, hang up and call us immediatley at 1-888-368-7289.
2015 Pender High School Bright Ideas grant recipients were surprised with a check from Four County!
GRANT AWARDS FROM FOUR COUNTY EMC MAKE DAYS BRIGHT FOR LOCAL TEACHERS
Four County EMC is awarding $19,860 in Bright Ideas education grants to 22 teachers to fund engaging classroom learning projects. More than 4,000 students at schools in Bladen, Duplin, Pender and Sampson counties will participate in Bright Ideas projects funded by Four County EMC this year. more…
Members receive helpful energy tips by attending community meetings.
Fall Community Meetings Set
Mark your calendar to attend a fall community meeting in your neighborhood. By attending a community meeting you will receive valuable information about your cooperative, but most of all you will hear ideas on how you can control your energy use. more…
TEACHERS: SUBMIT BRIGHT IDEAS GRANT APPLICATIONS BEFORE UPCOMING DEADLINE
Time is running out for teachers to apply for grants of up to $2,000 from Four County EMC’s Bright Ideas education grant program. September 18 is the last day educators can submit their applications for a chance to receive funding for creative, hands-on classroom projects. Interested teachers can find the application, grant-writing tips, and more information on the Bright Ideas website at www.ncbrightideas.com or www.fourcty.org. more…