Record Attendance at the 2017 Annual Meeting
A crowd exceeding 6,000 persons made their way on April 20 to Blue Ridge Electric Cooperative's Pickens equipment facility for the utility's 77th annual meeting of members. In all, 2,816 members registered for the event.
Community Solar Farm is on the way
Construction will soon be finished on the Blue Ridge Electric Cooperative Community Solar Farm, and co-op members will reap the benefits of this installation.
Home Backup Power... Comfort and Security for the Life You Live
When old man winter comes calling with ice and snow you can stay comfortable in your home with your own personal power plant. A Home Standby Generator installed by Blue Ridge is an automatic system that produces electricity as soon as it senses a power outage – 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Beat the Peak
Beat the Peak is a new program introduced to Blue Ridge Electric members in the January edition of South Carolina Living. The program is a voluntary effort to help control energy costs for all cooperative members.
Blue Ridge chooses community approach to broaden solar power
Citing a "common-sense approach" to solar power, Blue Ridge Co-op is building a community solar farm with plans to break ground on the project by the end of this year.
Membership has its privileges
Designed to enhance the quality of life our members enjoy, below are just a few of the programs you have at your disposal. Explore our website or call to check on these membership privileges that are yours.
New service brings new information
Blue Ridge technology now allows you the ability to view areas that are affected by an outage. From the home page, you're only a click away from up-to-date information about service disruptions across the entire system.
Anniversary year concludes with a special recognition
It's been a special year at Blue Ridge Electric Cooperative with the celebration of our 75th Anniversary. But in early September, one of the most memorable events took place, the recognition of the Bolts of Brightness honorees.
Upstate teen is a statewide winner
Anna White has transformed her concern for other young women into a positive community service project that has earned her the distinction of being named the recipient of the 2015 Robert D. Bennett Community Service Scholarship presented by The Electric Cooperatives of South Carolina, Inc.
It's all about YOUth!
In June, electric cooperatives across the U.S. sent groups of high school students to Washington, D.C., for the 2015 Washington Youth Tour.