A heat pump is technically a much different heating system than any other kind of furnace. It doesn’t burn or consume energy and convert it to Btus of heat. Instead, a heat pump moves free Btus of heat from the outside air into your home during winter. The only energy it consumes is what is… Continue reading.
Harrison REMC is offering an opportunity for children to visit with Santa on Tuesday, Dec. 12, from 3:30–6:30 p.m. A photographer will be on hand to capture each child’s time with Santa. A photo of each child will be available at no charge, and parents can also bring a camera to take their own photo…. Continue reading.
Check out this REMC bus trip Opry Mills Mall: Dec. 7 Leave at 7:30 a.m. and return at 8:30 p.m. ● Cost: $45 Here we go again! We’ re headed down to one of our favorite places in Nashville, Tennessee! Be ready to shop ’til you drop! Comfortable shoes also a must on this trip…. Continue reading.
This summer, the line crews were busy with line construction projects and installing services for new business and residential members. We continued to help our local communities with our Operation Round Up program, sponsor events, replace light poles at Kewanna’s baseball diamond, rewire the Fulton County Fairgrounds, and purchase livestock at the Pulaski and Fulton… Continue reading.
R stands for Rural The reason rural is a part of our name is that the roots of cooperative lines are in the farming community. When rural electrification was dreamed up, farmers formed the REMCs. The farmers of this area worked hard to bring an easier way of life to the area by getting electricity… Continue reading.
As summer draws to a close, harvest season is quickly drawing near. When tractor, augers, combines and wagons take to the fields, it usually results in anxiety, hyperactivity and sleepless nights from farming families in this area of the country. But, please don’t forget safety. Each fall, farm-related accidents injure children and adults. Most of… Continue reading.
We talk about it all the time. Stay away from power lines or you may get electrocuted. But we drive down the road and see birds sitting on them all the time. It’s as if they are looking down at us almost daring us to get a little closer. But don’t fall for it! They… Continue reading.
Several Paulding Putnam Electric Cooperative (PPEC) employees and their family members volunteered recently to plant 16 new trees at Lela McGuire Jeffery Park in Paulding. PPEC’s various community service projects demonstrate one of the co-op’s guiding principles, “Concern for Community.” All the employees had a great time working as a team to give back to… Continue reading.
You wouldn’t expect massive bucking bulls to affectionately beg for treats. But when a Professional Bull Riding (PBR) bull brushes his huge, curious nose against your arm, extending a long, grabby wet tongue, you don’t deny him a treat — after all, he’s got his own coveted genetic line at Smith Acres Bucking Bulls farm…. Continue reading.
Electric cooperatives have a different model, focus, and employees when compared to other utilities. There is a big cooperative difference. Yes, we are an electric utility, and we must act as a utility, which means we must focus on providing the highest level of electric service to our members — safely and at fair, reasonable… Continue reading.