Hurricane season officially starts June 1. When these storms hit, they have the potential to cause major outages. Now, member-owners can easily receive outage updates with Roanoke Electric Cooperative’s outage text alerts.
Applications for the 2017 Sports Camps Scholarships are available.
Rising sixth through eighth graders are eligible to apply, and the final application deadline is 5 p.m. on Friday, March 31, 2017.
Roy Williams Basketball Camp: June 17-21, 2017
Wolfpack Women's Basketball Camp: June 11-14, 2017
If you have any questions or need more information, please call 1-800-433-2236, extension 278 or at 252-209-2236 by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
REMEMBER - NO HANDWRITTEN APPLICATIONS WILL BE CONSIDERED. All applications should be mailed to:
Coordinator of Communications/Public Relations
Roanoke Electric Cooperative
P.O. Drawer 1326
Ahoskie, NC 27910
Or emailed: email@example.com
The North Carolina Electric Membership Corporation consists of a family of corporations formed to support the state's 27 electric cooperatives.
- North Carolina Electric Membership Corporation (NCEMC), the nation's second-largest generation and transmission cooperative. North Carolina Association of Electric Cooperatives (NCAEC), a corporation providing trade association services to the state's electric cooperatives.
- The Tarheel Electric Membership Association, Inc. (TEMA), a cooperative providing central purchasing and materials supply for the cooperatives.
Together, these organizations serve more than 2.4 million North Carolinians and who live through 58% of the state's land area.
NCEMC organizations are members of the National Rural Electric Cooperatives Association (NRECA), the national service organization representing the cooperative electric utilities and their consumers.
- Is an alliance of more than 600 cooperatives in 45 states that collectively deliver power and energy solutions to more than 22 million customers every day. Provides high standards of service to all customers — residential, commercial, industrial and agricultural. Is a branding initiative that communicates electric cooperatives’ unique characteristics in a changing marketplace where these values and differences matter more each day.
- Emphasizes the significance of each electric cooperative’s local presence and unique ties to its community, but offers the resources of a nationwide network to bring added value and benefit to customers.
News and Events
Roanoke Electric Cooperative will be hosting the quarterly Roanoke Chowan Partners for Progress (RCPP2) meeting on Friday, June 9. Curtis Wynn, the co-op's president and CEO, will be giving an update on the co-op's efforts to provide broadband access through Roanoke Connect.