Greenville and Anderson offices to close
After a comprehensive study of the matter, the decision has been made to close the two satellites. Friday, July 28, will be the last day of service at each office.
Blue Ridge Electric Cooperative Announces Record Breaking Funds Raised From 20th Anniversary of Blue Ridge Fest
Blue Ridge Electric Cooperative is pleased to announce that the 20th annual Blue Ridge Fest, held on April 28, 2017, raised a record-breaking amount of $215,000 to benefit local non-profit organizations.
Meter change-outs underway
Blue Ridge Electric Co-op is beginning a meter change-out program that will benefit both members and the co-op alike. Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) units are being installed across the system.
Community Solar Farm Update
Blue Ridge Electric Cooperative's phase-one solar project is almost a reality! The solar farm is expected to be energized by mid-July.
Washington Youth Tour Offers Great Opportunity
Every June, several rising seniors represent Blue Ridge Electric on the Washington Youth Tour. This trip provides opportunities for young people to see the nation's capital city and our government up close and personal.
Local lineman attends Statehouse ceremony
Cecil Hubbard represented Blue Ridge Electric Cooperative at the S.C. Statehouse for the designation of Linemen Appreciation Day. Forty electric utility linemen stood with Gov. Henry McMaster and legislators as they honored the more than 2,000 lineworkers across the state.
Record Attendance at the 2017 Annual Meeting
A crowd exceeding 6,000 persons made their way on April 20 to Blue Ridge Electric Cooperative's Pickens equipment facility for the utility's 77th annual meeting of members. In all, 2,816 members registered for the event.
Community Solar Farm is on the way
Construction will soon be finished on the Blue Ridge Electric Cooperative Community Solar Farm, and co-op members will reap the benefits of this installation.
Home Backup Power... Comfort and Security for the Life You Live
When old man winter comes calling with ice and snow you can stay comfortable in your home with your own personal power plant. A Home Standby Generator installed by Blue Ridge is an automatic system that produces electricity as soon as it senses a power outage – 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Beat the Peak
Beat the Peak is a new program introduced to Blue Ridge Electric members in the January edition of South Carolina Living. The program is a voluntary effort to help control energy costs for all cooperative members.