Important Notice- Bill Payment Fraud: Four County EMC is warning members and non members to be aware of phone calls from someone claiming to be from Four County or another utility asking for immediate payment, it's likely a scam. We do not call members demanding immediate payment. Do not give out your account or personal information. Hang up and call us immediately at 1-888-368-7289.
Valued Members, your Electric Membership Cooperative will be conducting a residential consumer survey later this year. The purpose of this survey is to collect information needed to plan for the future. A sample of customers will be randomly selected for the survey. Your participation in the survey is very important to us, so please consider completing the survey if you receive a notice in the mail. We know your time is valuable, and we appreciate your effort to participate in the survey.
Members receive helpful energy tips by attending community meetings.
Fall Community Meetings Set
Plan now 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…
Attend this year's meeting and you could be the lucky winner of this pick-up truck!
FOUR COUNTY EMC ANNUAL MEETING SET FOR OCTOBER 6
Four County EMC’s Annual Membership Meeting will be held Monday, October 6, at Pender High School, 5380 NC Hwy. 53 West in Burgaw. The meeting is open to all Four County EMC members. Registration begins at 5:00 p.m. and the program will kick off at 7:00 p.m. more…
Bright Ideas must be submitted by Sptember 19, 2014.
DEADLINE APPROACHING FOR TEACHERS TO APPLY FOR BRIGHT IDEAS GRANTS
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. Educators with creative ideas for hands-on classroom projects must submit their application by September 19, 2014. Interested teachers can find the application, grant-writing tips, and more information on the Bright Ideas website at www.ncbrightideas.com. more…
Tell the EPA
There is a right way to protect and improve our environment without jeopardizing the affordability of electricity. New proposals from the EPA could SERIOUSLY impact family budgets and our economy. Visit www.TellEPANC.com to send a comment to the EPA about what increased electric rates would mean for you.