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A SURPRISE FOR A BRIGHT IDEAS GRANT WINNER

November 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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NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR #NCYOUTHTOUR.

November 2019

WE'RE SENDING LOCAL HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS TO WASHINGTON D.C.

If you’re a rising high school junior or senior, you can apply to represent EnergyUnited in Washington D.C. this summer on the #NCYouthTour. EnergyUnited will be selecting two students to send to our nation’s capital for a once-in-a-lifetime, week-long leadership experience. While you’re there from June 20-26, 2020, you’ll mingle with students from across the…
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Grateful for our Veterans

November 2019

Showing our thanks to the men and women who've served our country.

November symbolizes the beginning of the holiday season, the importance of giving, and the significance of spending time with the ones who matter most in our lives. For us here at EnergyUnited, cooler weather means making sure our members have access to heat, and on Monday, November 11, it means recognizing the veterans who have…
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Giving Back the EU Way

November 2019

See how EnergyUnited stays committed to community.

Nothing represents the 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 many community organizations and individuals who are in need of a little financial uplift. The EnergyUnited Foundation exists because of the generosity of individuals…
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Supporting Linemen, One Plate at a Time.

September 2019

New specialty license plate honors N.C. line workers for Keeping the Lights On.

A new specialty license plate honoring the efforts of North Carolina’s utility line workers who “Keep the Lights On” will soon be available to the state’s drivers. The cost of the new plate will be $30, with $20 from each plate benefitting the North Carolina Jaycee Burn Center. The plate was developed by North Carolina’s…
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Falling in love with EU

September 2019

Check out these EnergyUnited Sponsored events

The weather will soon be cooling down, and school is officially back in session. While we’ll miss the summer months and all of its fun in the sun, we’re looking forward to several amazing upcoming events that are sponsored by EnergyUnited . Ready to partake in the fun? Check out our fall lineup that’s fun…
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Nominate #WhoPowersYou

August 2019

Spread the word on an influential person in your life & they could score!

We are proud to announce that we will be participating in the fourth annual #WhoPowersYou contest—a program created to honor inspirational community members across the country. This is an opportunity for members to nominate someone who has made a positive impact on their family, workplace, neighborhood, or beyond. In addition to being nationally recognized, the…
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