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The Linemen That Empower Your Community

March 2020

Electrical line work is more than just a job to those in the field—it’s a fellowship built on trust, confidence and knowing that someone’s got your back all along the line. Many describe it as a family, and for some, it is, like the Chapman, Fagan and Myers families, who seem to carry the tradition…
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Power of Giving

February 2020

EnergyUnited Foundation Provided $380,000 in Grants Last Year

Nothing represents EnergyUnited’s core value of community commitment more than the members and employees who help serve through the EnergyUnited Foundation. Since 1996, the EnergyUnited Foundation has provided grants to community organizations, nonprofits and individuals who have fallen on hard times. Here we take a look back at our 2019 year of giving, its community…
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Winter Storm Responsiveness

January 2020

EnergyUnited Stays Prepared For Bad Weather

Regardless of the time of year, Mother Nature has her way of placing her own stamp on our plans. Winter weather presents its own unique challenges for electric cooperatives like EnergyUnited. However, these challenges don’t prevent our team from being prepared to respond to subsequent power outages. We are ready to respond when winter weather…
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Mack Molding Brings Value to Their Community

January 2020

EnergyUnited Proud to Power Statesville Facility

You know EnergyUnited provides reliable energy services to residents, but what about our impact on the business community? Mack Molding is a leading supplier of molded plastic parts, fabricated metals and high-level assemblies across industries, and one of EnergyUnited’s valued member-customers. We recently sat down with Joe Carinci of Mack Molding to discuss our partnership,…
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A SURPRISE FOR A BRIGHT IDEAS GRANT WINNER

December 2019

FURTHERING OUR COMMITMENT TO COMMUNITY

EnergyUnited linemen Brian Thompson and Jon Upright joined Carolina Panthers players Greg Van Roten and Taylor Moton and team mascot Sir Purr to surprise Emily Warnke, a teacher at Winget Park Elementary In Charlotte, with a Bright Ideas Education Grant. This $1,953.24 grant will go toward the purchase of renewable and alternative energy exploration kits,…
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THE GIFT OF CAPITAL CREDITS

December 2019

IT PAYS TO BE A MEMBER

EnergyUnited is a not-for-profit cooperative, which means when we make profits beyond our operating costs, we are able to return money to our electric members in the form of capital credits. For example, this year we will be sending out capital credit checks to members who we provided service to in the years 1990, 2002…
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The Season of Giving

December 2019

See how EnergyUnited gives back to the community in keeping with the spirit of the season.

This is a joyous time for so many of us—family comes to town, yummy food and beverages make their appearance, and songs of good cheer fill the air. For many, however, this time of the year is not so fortunate. As your local connection we do our best to remember that some may be faced…
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