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

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

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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.

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

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May is #BBQMonth! one of the best (and delicious!) ways to use less energy is by firing up the grill. Doing so can lower your energy use and save you money in the long run! By not using the stove or oven, you can decrease the amount of heat in your home which in turn keeps your A/C from working overtime.

#energyefficiency

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May is #BBQMonth! one of the best (and delicious!) ways to use less energy is by firing up the grill. Doing so can lower your energy use and save you money in the long run! By not using the stove or oven, you can decrease the amount of heat in your home which in turn keeps your A/C from working overtime. 

#energyefficiency 

Visit singingriver.com/ways-to-save for more energy-saving tips.

It’s #CrewFollowFriday!

Our crews were spotted on Phillips Road in George County changing out a transformer on a residential service. Thank you guys for all of your hard work!

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It’s #CrewFollowFriday!

Our crews were spotted on Phillips Road in George County changing out a transformer on a residential service. Thank you guys for all of your hard work!

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

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

May is #BBQMonth! one of the best (and delicious!) ways to use less energy is by firing up the grill. Doing so can lower your energy use and save you money in the long run! By not using the stove or oven, you can decrease the amount of heat in your home which in turn keeps your A/C from working overtime.

#energyefficiency

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Meet our May 2024 Employee Spotlight – Darien Parnell!

Darien is a Singing River Connect fiber technician who was hired in November 2022. When SR Connect was formed to provide fiber internet to SRE members, he recognized the opportunity. “I knew right then that SRE would need in-house people to provide cooperative-level service to subscribers. When the application period opened for fiber technicians, I went for it.”

He is familiar with the electric cooperative world through his grandfather, Larry Parnell, who retired from SRE after 30 years as a dispatcher. “I already knew this would be a great place to work. My grandpa loved working here, and SRE and SR Connect really do embody the term ‘family’. It’s not just something we say!”

The most challenging part of his job is, Darien says, “All of it – really! Fiber optic lines are made of delicate glass, so the work is tedious. Splicing consists of melting these glass tubes just so to avoid dust, water, or other debris getting mixed in. It’s a very precise process that takes a lot of time and effort to get right.” As a fiber technician, Darien spends much of his time exercising his problem-solving skills. “Each case is unique. It forces me to think outside the box to find a solution.”

Darien says SRE membership matters because staying engaged helps members stay connected to ongoing projects, policy updates, and events like learning labs that actively educate subscribers on the power of fiber internet.

Outside of work, Darien spends his time hunting, fishing, and cooking out with friends and family. He’s also an avid reader.

#membershipmatters #employeespotlight

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Did you know that Singing River Connect opened a new feeder this week? If you receive power from our Lucedale North Substation - Ernest Pipkins Road feeder, visit singingriverconnect.com/signup to get connected today!

#MSBroadband #CoopsConnectMS
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Makayla Jade, Vicky, and Riley are ready for Washington D.C.! In just a few weeks, they will be joining 80+ students from Mississippi in our nation’s capital to learn about the history of America and how to be effective leaders in their communities.

#YTDC #MS2DC
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