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It might have been overcast, but the smiles on the faces of those who attended our 2nd Annual Driving Change EV Event lit up the scene at the Career Academy and Technical school in Troutman! Whether it was members sharing information about their EV’s, vendors showcasing the latest in charging technology, or children being introduced to the next generation of construction equipment, this event had something for everyone. We want to thank all our members who took time to showcase their EV’s as well as all our vendors who made Saturday such a wonderful experience! cc Centralina Clean Fuels Coalition - Clean Cities North Carolina's Electric Cooperatives Plug-in NC Doosan Portable Power Bobcat Company 106.5 The End Sound Wave DJ & Entertainment UNC Charlotte Formula SAE Atom Power Chikas Ticas Loaded Fries LLC


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“Once you get the wheels turning, the kids love to learn. They love ideas. They love innovation. They love competition. They repeatedly say that they look forward to coming to class because they know they’re going to do some cool stuff.” --Adrian Bustle Teacher, North Iredell High School The deadline for applications for the Bright Ideas Education Grants is only 4 days away! Visit and submit your application by FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15th. And if you know a teacher, SHARE THIS AWESOME OPPORTUNITY WITH THEM!


After severe weather events, it is always a good idea to look UP, look DOWN, and look ALL AROUND to identify potential hazards. Look UP: In addition to downed lines, other distribution equipment like transformers can be damaged during a storm. Look DOWN: The base of the power poles and the anchoring systems can sometimes be damaged by flying debris. Look ALL AROUND: Regardless of whether a downed line or pole is near your home or business or it’s a mile down the road, report the issue immediately. And as always, make sure you stay AT LEAST 20 feet away from any lines, as they still may be energized. #StormSafety


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EnergyUnited is continuing to monitor the path of Hurricane Idalia and crews stand ready to respond to any outages that may occur due to the storm. At this time, forecasts in our service area are projecting heavy rain, wind gusts as high as 30 mph in Denton, N.C. and sustained winds of 25 mph. These weather conditions can result in flash floods and downed trees and limbs, bringing both safety concerns and potential outages. We are asking all members to take steps to prepare for possible power outages by assembling emergency kits and by following the guidance of state and local emergency management officials. EnergyUnited crews will work, as long as working conditions remain safe, to restore power to any members who are affected by the storm. As power restoration efforts progress, please know that crews work to safely and quickly restore power to as many members as possible. To learn more about the steps that we follow when restoring power, visit


EnergyUnited is closely monitoring the path of Hurricane Idalia. While the most severe impacts of the storm are projected to stay south and east of our service area, heavy rain, flooding and wind gusts between 25-30 mph are expected in some parts of our territory. EnergyUnited is prepared to respond if any outages occur. We also advise members to monitor local forecasts in the event of any changes to the storm’s path. Please continue to follow all guidance provided by state and local emergency management officials for your area as weather forecasts are updated. To report an outage, please use the My EnergyHub app or dial 1-800-EUNITED. To access real-time outage information before, during and after the storm visit


Our 2nd annual Driving Change EV Event is less than a month away! Whether you are new to electric vehicles or want to learn more, this event has something for everyone. So, mark Saturday, September 23rd from 10 AM – 2 PM on your calendar, and we look forward to seeing you at the Career Academy and Technical School in Troutman! #EUDifference #ElectricVehicles


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