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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.

Solar is already in the mix!

Did you know that solar is part of Cooperative Energy's generation mix? That means that as a Singing River Electric member, you are benefitting from this leading form of environmentally-friendly energy, just by flipping a switch.

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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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The ECM Youth Leadership Program visited Arlington National Cemetery where two of the students were able to lay wreaths in honor of their loved ones. SRE youth leader William Rasberry, George County High School, placed his wreath in honor of a church member. Ada Shirk placed her wreath in honor of her grandfather.

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Save the Date!
Our Annual Membership Meeting is set for Thursday, June 30th in the Lucedale office located at 11187 Old Highway 63. Registration opens at 5:00 p.m. and the meeting begins at 6:00 p.m. All attendees will receive this cooler bag!

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SRE Youth Leaders William Rasberry, Gianna Pierce, and Sarah Jean Scearce are having a fantastic time touring Washington D.C. with the ECM Youth Leadership Program.

Day 1 included the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, the MLK Memorial, and the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial.

On Day 2 the students heard from motivational speaker Mike Schlappi, the only wheelchair basketball player in US history to appear in four consecutive summers Paralympic Games. Next, the students visited the Lincoln Memorial, WWI and WWII Memorials, Korean War Veterans Memorial, Vietnam Veterans Memorial, The United States Marine Corps War Memorial, The White House, and the Treasury Building.

Today the students headed to Mt. Vernon, the home of America’s first president George Washington.

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TODAY is the last day to vote early in SRE's board of directors election. Vote now for your chance to win up to $500! Voting closes at 5 p.m. You can also attend the Annual Membership Meeting on June 30, 2022 at our Lucedale location to vote in person.

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On Father’s Day, we celebrate the importance of a father in a child’s life. To all the wonderful fathers who have touched the lives of many— be it their own children, family, or the people they have mentored over the years...Happy Father's Day! ...

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