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Scammers, misrepresenting themselves as co-op employees, are calling members and telling them that their meter is being changed out and they need to pay a deposit. Palmetto Electric is changing out meters and owners are notified prior to the meter change out, but there is no fee involved.

Never provide a SS#, credit/debit card# or banking info to anyone requesting it by phone, online or in person, unless you initiated contact, and feel confident with who you are speaking. If you're contacted by someone claiming to be a Palmetto Electric employee, call your local Palmetto Electric office for verification, and notify local authorities about the scam.

Palmetto Electric Operation Round Up® Celebrates 25th Anniversary, Establishes Endowment at TCL
Palmetto Electric Cooperative celebrated the 25th Anniversary of its Operation Round Up® program at the Technical College of the Lowcountry, New River campus on Thursday, November 13.
New rules for water heaters
This may be the last opportunity to get standard, large-capacity tanks. The new standards—scheduled to go into effect April 2015—will effectively ban production of traditional electric—resistance water heaters holding 55 gallons or more.  Learn more...
Art contest offers cash prizes for students
Palmetto Electric is sponsoring an art competition to commemorate our 75th anniversary in 2015.

From the CEOPresident-CEO

One network, working together

For about 75 years, America’s electric cooperatives have thrived, growing to meet local needs in different parts of the country and earning the trust of millions of people. In all our communities we have been a focal point; a connection; a touchstone of quality.

Energy Efficiency Tip

    To save energy this month, try lowering your water heating costs. Water heating accounts for 14 to 25 percent of the energy you consume. Turn the water heater’s temperature to the warm setting, which is around 120 degrees Fahrenheit. This will save energy – and help you save on your monthly bill.

    Source: U.S. Department of Energy

    Find out how the little changes add up at Together We Save