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Energy Right Solutions For Youth

Attention parents, teachers, and youth leaders! NGEMC has a NEW electrical education program called Energy Right Solutions for Youth for grades 3–5.

Developed in partnership with TVA and TVA power distributors across the Tennessee Valley, Energy Right Solutions for Youth aligns with state learning standards and will help children learn about the environment and how to use energy wisely.

April is Safe Digging Month

During Safe Digging Month in April, Georgia 811 reminds homeowners the importance of calling 811 before all digging projects, large or small. See why when you visit georgia811.com.

Self-service payment centers at ShopRite

Self-service payment centers are up and running inside ShopRite grocery stores in Chickamauga, LaFayette, Ringgold and Tunnel Hill. The payment centers accept cash, credit/debit card, and check.

TVA Energy Right Electric Forklift Program

Starting March 9, eligible businesses can receive a $2,000 incentive for leasing or buying an electric forklift to replace an internal combustion forklift through the new TVA Energy Right Electric Forklift Program.

Power Line Hazards and Cars

If a power line falls on a car, you should stay inside the vehicle. This is the safest place to stay. Warn people not to touch the car or the line. Call or ask someone to call the local power company and emergency services.

Plan for medically fragile patients in the event of power outages

If you or a family member is medically fragile and required life-support equipment, have back up plans in case of prolonged power outages.

NGEMC recycles CFLs

NGEMC offices offer a safe disposal option for CFLs with recycling bins at all of our area offices—Calhoun, Dalton, Fort Oglethorpe and Trion.

CFLs are safe to use, can last up to 10 times longer than incandescent light bulbs and are 75 percent more energy efficient. CFLs do contain a very small amount of mercury—only enough to fit on the tip of a ballpoint pen. Mercury in CFLs allows the bulb to be an efficient light source.

North Georgia EMC warns of phone scam

North Georgia EMC has had recent reports of a telephone scam in which the caller claims to be a representative or a collection agent from a local power company. The caller states that the bill is past due and the account is subject to disconnection unless payment can be made immediately by wire transfer or credit card. In at least two reported incidents, the caller answered a consumer’s return phone calls as North Georgia EMC and Georgia Power.  North Georgia EMC representatives never call customers asking for credit card information.

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