News & Announcements
(Jefferson, Ga., March 3, 2014) Jackson Electric Membership Corporation (EMC) has been recognized as a 2014 Customer Champion—one of 50 companies to have earned this distinction this year.
To qualify for inclusion on this elite list, companies must excel, not only within their own industry, but also among the 9 industries included in the Customer Champions analysis by J.D. Power. To determine the J.D. Power 2014 Customer Champions, J.D. Power examined five factors, including: People, Presentation, Process, Product, and Price.
(Jefferson, Ga., February 17, 2014) Jackson Electric Membership Corporation (EMC) has dispatched line crews to two of the central Georgia electric cooperatives hardest hit by ice during last week’s winter storm.
At mid-Day Wednesday, Jackson EMC crews had responded to few weather related outages, but remained on standby to quickly respond as needed. In the Hamilton Mill area of Gwinnett, a tree large took out lines and briefly cut power to around 1,500 members. Crews were able to quickly restore power to all but 910 of those, and had the line repaired and power restored to the remaining customers within an hour.
(Jefferson, Ga., February 11, 2014) Jackson Electric Membership Corporation (EMC) has activated its Emergency Restoration Plan and, based on the latest forecast from the National Weather Service, is preparing for a major winter weather event that has the potential to create widespread power outages.
(Jefferson, Ga., February 10, 2014) With the National Weather Service winter storm warning in effect, Jackson Electric Membership Corporation (EMC) is following its Emergency Restoration Plan and is preparing its line crews, right of way crews and office staff in case severe winter weather disrupts electric service.
(Jefferson, Ga., January 31, 2014) Unsuspecting utility customers are being targeted by a new scam that delivers an email invoice containing a link that infects their computers with malware.
(January 7, 2014) - Jackson EMC has experienced scattered outages through the day throughout our 10-county service area, from a high of around 1,800 customers out of service between 3 and 5 a.m., which dropped rapidly to around 500 at 9 a.m. and is now around 70 customers.
While the threat of freezing precipitation has passed, Jackson Electric Membership Corporation (EMC) remains on alert for distribution system problems that could result from the extremely cold temperatures expected over the next few days.
Jefferson, Ga.— Jackson Electric Membership Corporation (EMC) is currently accepting applications for the Walter Harrison Scholarship, a program sponsored by Georgia’s 41 electric cooperatives.
Rapidly rising costs of college tuition and fees are making it more and more difficult for students to afford a higher education. With many families facing financial hardships, college applicants are increasingly looking for ways to offset the costs of obtaining a degree.