Crews restoring outages due to TS Cindy

Power outtage hub app

Area flooding has been the main issue in southeast Mississippi due to Tropical Storm Cindy. Singing River Electric crews have worked since yesterday to quickly restore the scattered, minor outages.

We have also already received a call for help from our Louisiana electric cooperative neighbors. Singing River Electric crews have been identified for travel and will be released to help when needed, once it is determined that south Mississippi will not be severely affected.

Report power outages:

  • Report power outages by calling any Singing River Electric number (601-947-4211, 228-497-1313) or avoid waiting on hold and download the SmartHub app. It is the fastest and easiest way to report a power outage. Outages reported by the SmartHub app go directly into our outage management system and are more quickly assigned to servicemen for repairs.
  • Social media is the place to get the latest updates and safety tips. Please do not report power outages on social media. All outages must be reported by phone, online or app.

Stay Safe:

  • Stay away from any downed power lines. If you see a damaged or downed line, call Singing River Electric and or 911 and keep everyone clear of the area.
  • Be careful when removing broken limbs and storm damage as power lines can become tangled in the debris.
  • Stay clear of SRE trucks working to restore power. Slow down and make our crews’ work environment safer along road sides.
  • When using a generator, remember to plug items into the generator, not the generator into your home’s wiring. This can energize power lines endangering our workers.
  • Turn around, don’t drown. Stay clear of flooded roads. Cars can be swept away by only a few feet of water on the road. Think safety first.

Stay Connected:

  • Download the SmartHub app to see a LIVE, outage map and report power outages.
  • The outage map can also be viewed online at
  • Join the storm and safety conversations by following us on Facebook at and look for us on Twitter at and Instagram at Singing River Electric employees will keep members updated on storm progress, restoration progress, safety tips, and answer any questions. Please do not report any outages on social media. All outages must be reported by phone, online or by app.
  • Visit for more storm preparedness tips and information.
  • Stay tuned to local media and stay abreast of storm progress and strengthening.




You could win up to $500, Vote Today!

Singing River Electric is holding it’s annual membership meeting on Thursday, June 29. As part of that meeting, our director election is now open. Singing River Electric members can participate by tearing off the proxy postcard that was mailed to you and dropping it back in the mail to us. Members may also vote online…Continue Reading

Singing River Electric awards three NHN Grants to local high schools

Singing River Electric recently awarded Neighbors Helping Neighbors (NHN) Community Grants to three area high schools that applied for funding for a particular project. East Central High School received $2,500 to purchase a milling machine for the school’s pre-engineering class to provide hands-on experience in proper machine set up, cutting tools selection, tool path simulation…Continue Reading

Four high school juniors participate in Youth Leadership Program

Austin Baldwin of St. Martin High School, Kenley Cochran of Perry Central High School, Noah Moran of Ocean Springs High School, and Morgan Rich of East Central High School represented Singing River Electric at the Electric Cooperatives of Mississippi Youth Leadership Workshop in Jackson held February 22-24, 2017. While visiting Jackson, these young leaders participated…Continue Reading

Solar energy is in the mix!

One year ago this week, Cooperative Energy energized its first half-acre 100kW solar sites in George and Hancock counties. The power that lights your life includes electricity made from natural gas, coal, nuclear, hydroelectric and solar resources. For more information on generation resources or solar visit and SaveContinue Reading

Light the Moment

Make the most of every life moment by lighting them with ENERGY STAR certified LED bulbs. Only LED bulbs that have earned the ENERGY STAR label are independently certified to deliver high quality, save energy, and help protect the environment. An ENERGY STAR certified light bulb uses about 70 to 90 percent less energy and…Continue Reading

12 Days of Efficiency

The holiday season is finally here. We all enjoy this festive time with gifts, decorations, visits from family and friends, but the holidays can also bring in additional energy costs. Keep your energy bill in check with 12 Days of Efficiency Tips:Continue Reading

We need YOUR help!

NRECA Market Research is conducting a member satisfaction survey THIS week by phone and email. A small random sample of SRE members will be contacted. This confidential survey will help SRE explore members’ satisfaction and views on the service provided. The survey will take about 10 minutes. We appreciate your time and input in this…Continue Reading

Stay prepared this hurricane season

Our thoughts and prayers go out to Haiti today and all in the path of Hurricane Matthew.  Stay prepared this hurricane season. Now is the time to restock your storm preparedness kit and supplies. Visit SRE’s Storm and Outage Center on our website for readiness checklists, safety tips, supply lists, an evacuation guide and more.…Continue Reading