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25 Years of Safety Day Camps
Between July 22-24, approximately 400 kids, ages six to eleven, joined us for our 25th Anniversary of Safety Days to learn safety tips from local experts including, wildlife, water, fire, storm, bikes, drug, as well as electrical safety. What a blast!
Eye on the storm
During hurricane season, Palmetto Electric Cooperative shares tips to help you and your family weather the storm:
Youth Tour a ‘defining moment’,
student says
Similar to an electric co-op—and our great nation—the Youth Tour brings together people from all walks of life. Our South Carolina delegation created friendships that will last a hundred lifetimes.
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K–8 teachers: Sign up soon for
free workshop Oct. 11
ON OCTOBER 11, Palmetto Electric will host a free half-day session for K–8 teachers focused on energy and the environment. The workshop will be held 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at our New River office, 1 Cooperative Way, Hardeeville. Lunch will be provided.Register at enLIGHTenSC.org.
Bright Ideas application deadline nears
The application deadline for our 11th annual Bright Ideas grant competition is September 4. Download an Application.
Surge Guard your home
One power surge can permanently damage your valuable electronics and appliances. Sign up today!

From the CEOPresident-CEO

Four values we admire in football

Just like fans are passionate about supporting their team, we are passionate about providing high standards of service according to four core Touchstone Energy values integrity, accountability, innovation and commitment to community.

Energy Efficiency Tip

    During summer months, our homes can be extremely hot, making living conditions uncomfortable. Before you fire up your air conditioner, try cooling off with a ceiling fan first. Using ceiling fans can actually raise your thermostat setting by 4 degrees and still feel just as comfortable.

    Source: U.S. Department of Energy


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