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Palmetto Electric's 2014 Annual Meeting
 
Be our guest Saturday, May 3. As a member of Palmetto Electric Cooperative, you're the guest of honor at our 2014 Annual Meeting May 3, at the co-op's Ridgeland office. Learn more
 
 
WIRE ladies pack emergency bags for Co-op Closet project
 
Eighteen volunteers from electric cooperatives across South Carolina packed a trailer load of Co-op Closet bags filled with emergency supplies for displaced elderly citizens.
 
 
Green Power Solar School Dedicated
 
Palmetto Electric Cooperative, Santee Cooper and the Jasper County School District on February 10 dedicated a Green Power Solar School at Hardeeville-Ridgeland Middle School with three of the school's best and brightest on display.
 
 
2014 Washington Youth Tour Delegates
 
Three local high school juniors have been selected to represent Palmetto Electric Cooperative as delegates to the 2014 Washington Youth Tour.
 
 
TAX-FREE MINI-BONDS
Invest In Brighter Tomorrows, Today.
 
Available April 1-30, 2014. Invest in a financially sound future through the power of Santee Cooper's 2014 M1 Mini-Bonds.
LIMITED-TIME OFFER INQUIRE TODAY!
 
 
Meter Upgrade/Change-outs
 
The Co-op is in the process of upgrading nearly two-thirds of all electric meters. If your home needs the meter upgrade, you will receive a phone call anywhere between a week and a month before the work occurs.
 

From the CEOPresident-CEO

Stand with us to keep power affordable

Much of the energy we distribute comes from coal-powered generation. Our power supplier, Central Electric Power Cooperative, calculated an estimate of the cost of replacing our coal power plants with natural gas and nuclear power plants. The projected result: a 54-percent increase in rates!

Energy Efficiency Tip

    Keep energy efficiency in mind as the ground thaws and you plan spring landscaping. Properly selected and planted trees, shrubs, and bushes can create a windbreak that lowers home heating bills in the winter and insulates your home year-round. Before you start, check on the right plants and techniques for your climate at EnergySavers.gov.
    To learn more, visit energysavers.gov.
    Source: U.S. Department of Energy