On Hold
Don’t like to wait on hold? Neither do we.

Text a member service representative (MSR) at 228-591-9166.

You can also text OUT to 601-947-1744 to report a power outage.

EV
Plug into the clean, energy efficient world of electric vehicles. GoEV!
Fiber
Available in select locations.

See if it is available where you live.

Winter Tips
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Be Wise. Winterize.

Save money and stay comfortable.

Community Service
Giving back feels good.

See how Singing River Electric and its employees are making a difference in local communities.

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How can we help?

Whether it is setting up new service, showing you how to take control of your power bill with the SmartHub app, discussing our free energy audits, or completing a request for new outdoor lighting, we have the energy services that make your life easier.

Looking to save money this fall?

Check out these cooler weather tips to help keep your home comfortable.

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Safety At Home

It's easy to forget the risks, especially when you can’t see the dangers.
Be aware everywhere, and stay safe around electricity.

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Safety At Work

Be Aware. Everywhere. Keep at least ten feet away from overhead power lines and call 811 before you dig to avoid underground lines.

We love your energy.

And we think you're going to love ours. So let's work together: Singing River Electric was built by the communities we serve - and by members like you.

Energizing Economic Development

Singing River Electric is committed to economic development as an important way of improving the communities we serve. We support our local economies and work to create new jobs in two ways: building infrastructure necessary to reliably support our business and industry needs both today and tomorrow, and working aggressively to match local economic development projects with U.S. Department of Agriculture rural development loans and grants.

Do you have unclaimed capital credits?
Capital credits are a benefit of co-op membership.

Social Media Feeds

Facebook

Join the conversation at facebook.com/SingingRiverElectric for energy tips, weather alerts, outage updates and more.

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We congratulate Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College's new Apprentice Lineman Program graduates. This is MGCCC's ONLY lineman program that is accredited and graduates leave with Apprentice Lineman certifications and pay.

Find out more at mgccc.edu/programs/schools/manufacturing-maritime-transportation/apprentice-electric-lineman/
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We congratulate Mississippi Gulf Coast Community Colleges new Apprentice Lineman Program graduates. This is MGCCCs ONLY lineman program that is accredited and graduates leave with Apprentice Lineman certifications and pay. 

Find out more at mgccc.edu/programs/schools/manufacturing-maritime-transportation/apprentice-electric-lineman/
#techjobs #linelife #lineman #votech
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Twitter

Follow our tweets at twitter.com/SRECooperative for outage updates, weather alerts, and links to interesting articles on efficiency and more.

Instagram

Photos can often tell the story better than words. Follow our Instagram page at singingriverelectric for the latest information.

We congratulate Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College's new Apprentice Lineman Program graduates. This is MGCCC's ONLY lineman program that is accredited and graduates leave with Apprentice Lineman certifications and pay.

Find out more at mgccc.edu
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Jenny, Don't change your number. 🎶

Did you know we need your current number for our outage management system to find you? You can report a power outage in seconds by texting, but it's "got to have your number."🎶

📱 Text your current mobile number to SRE at 228-591-9166. Ask to update your contact info.

🔦Text a power outage to 601-947-1744. Save the numbers in your phone for easy access.
www.singingriver.com
#easyliving #MembersMatter
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Watch for your billing statement and Today in Mississippi magazine this month. Capital credits are on December bills for those who purchased electricity from SRE during 1996. Our power supplier, Cooperative Energy, also had partial returns for the years 2007, 2008, and 2009.

Capital credits less than $300 will be credited on December member bills. Credits greater than $300 will be mailed to SRE active members as a check. Visit singingriver.com/capital-credits for additional information.
#coopmembership #capitalcredits #gocoop
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Harleston substation - Polktown Road feeder, CALL NOW to sign up for Singing River Connect's lightning-fast fiber internet!

Includes Polktown Road, Davis Sawmill Road, Old Americus Road to Cedar Creek Road, Cedar Creek Estates Road, Jim Walton Road, Wade Glass Road, William Ward Road to Guy Johnson Road, and the North portion of Cap Johnson Road.

If you live in this area, call 877-272-6611 to sign up TODAY! You can also visit singingriverconnect.com to search your address for SR Connect fiber service.
#CoopsConnectMS #MSBroadband
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It's #crewfollowfriday!
Wesley Carlisle, construction foreman, Collin Davis, lineman, and Garrett McCoy, apprentice lineman, are upgrading poles and power lines to ensure better power reliability on Mt. Pleasant Road in George County.
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Dec. 1 is National #Christmas Lights Day. Don’t be a Griswold and overload your sockets/power strips. Also, never place extension cords under carpets or rugs.

Practice electrical safety this holiday season by keeping an eye out for these warning signs.
🎄 If your lights flicker, blink or dim often, this is a warning sign that you’re overloading your electrical outlets.
🎄 Similarly, if you hear crackling, sizzling, or buzzing, it’s time to unplug the Christmas tree!
🎄 If circuit breakers frequently trip or you’re spending more time fixing blown fuses, consider plugging Santa and other festive decor into another outlet.
🎄 Finally, burning odors and discoloration around outlets are evident signs that your outlets are being overloaded.

It's a beaut, Clark!
#BeAwareEverywhere
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