A summer to remember


It was quite a summer for two local high school students, thanks to Blue Ridge Electric Cooperative.

Addison Wilson, a student at Pendleton High School, and Logan Addis of Walhalla High School took part in the Cooperative Youth Summit, a four-day journey of their state’s capital and the surrounding area that went beyond a traditional field trip.

New ways to use electricity

electric appliances


If you listen carefully, you can hear a quiet transformation happening. Electric appliances and equipment are becoming more popular than ever among consumers.

Advancements in technology and battery power coupled with decreasing costs are winning over consumers looking for comparable utility and versatility. A bonus is that use of electric equipment is quieter and better for the environment.

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Electric co-op members may get assistance if affected financially by the coronavirus pandemic

Electric cooperative members who have been financially affected by the coronavirus pandemic may be eligible for federal assistance with paying their past-due electric bills.