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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.

A sensible approach to renewables

At your electric co-op, we don't hop on bandwagons. We approach renewables in the way that works best for the communities we serve. It's a smart approach to a balanced energy mix that works for everyone.

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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.

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(UPDATE: There are approximately 70 SRE accounts in the Cumbest Bluff area with flooding and high river stages. These members have been called and notified.)

Due to recent flooding and rising river stages, power will be temporarily disconnected, as early as tomorrow, to many accounts along the Pascagoula River in the Cumbest Bluff area.

Power restoration will begin once the river has receded enough to have acceptable clearance for boating under and around the power lines in the river. Thank you for your patience as we work through this rainy, spring season.
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Yes, this is mainly house boats on the water. When the water line gets too close to the power line, it is unsafe. Once the water recedes, we can reconnect service in this area.

Y'all stay safe!!!!!

Olivia Lewis

Laura Combs Key

This is our attempt to be proactive in communications. Thank you for your understanding of the effect of this weather event.

Jamie Lynn Parker

This has happened in the past, but not every year. It has to do with flooding and rising river stages.

Natalie Tanner Crawford

Brent Tanner

Kristen Powell Johnson

They have done this on the past in and around the house boats. This should not affect the homes on the river.

what about smiths camp and plum bluff

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Crews use a track machine to get through heavy flooding and muddy terrain to restore power near Hurley Wade Road in north Jackson County.

The heavy rains have caused flooding across the service area. The water is having to recede in some areas along the coast before repairs can be made to flooded underground services.

Thank you for your patience.
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Y'ALL ARE GREAT ... THANKS ... 🙂

May the Lord bless you all never enough thanks

Sonya is this restored in your area??

Praying God's protection over you fellas!

Thank you for all that you do to keep the lights on....

Appreciate everyone at Singing River Electric ❤

Thank you all for your efforts! We appreciate you so much! Stay safe!

These linemen are the best.

Thank you to the caretakers of the most important commodity we have!

Thank you. Just got ours fixed. Great crew

We appreciate y’all 😊

Good job Guys God Bless each of you & Prayers for safety !!

Thank you

God bless all these workers.

What we do without you all? Thank you!!

Tku Linemen!!

💡 THANK YAW 💡 Be Safe

Thank you for all you do.

Bless their hearts

Thanks guys for all you do

Work safe guys.

Thank you Lineman!!

Be careful

Thank y’all so much for all you do!!!

Awesome 👏🏽

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

Manager of Engineering Tom Davis and Serviceman Gary Allgood worked to take out power to an area off Highway 26 so that Serviceman Rodney Gibson could make repairs to a lightning arrestor following high winds. This restoration is in progress.

High winds also caused a momentary transmission outage to meters served by SRE’s Basin and Agricola subs. This has all been restored.

WLOX reported the high winds were caused by a wake low, which is a small-scale area of low pressure that forms in the “wake” or following when rain and storms have passed.

You learn something new every. day.
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Dedication, sacrifice, hard work—we appreciate our SRE linemen!
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