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Jackson EMC Jul 21
At Jackson EMC, you're more than a customer - you're a member. We're a not-for-profit organization owned by the people who use our service. It's a way of doing business based on service. Being a cooperative member makes a difference.
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Jackson EMC Jul 21
Our crews are working as quickly & safely possible to restore power to areas hard hit in Gwinnett, Hall counties from storms this morning. View current outages: . Thx for your patience.
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Jackson EMC Jul 19
Linemen Robert Edwards and Cecil Venable worked to build the electric system which, in 1958, included 2,659 miles of line serving almost 14,000 members. Today, Jackson EMC serves more than 227,000 members.
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Jackson EMC Jul 19
The Good Samaritan Health Center of Gwinnett was awarded a $5,000 grant through a nomination by Jackson EMC to the CoBank Sharing Success Program.
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Jackson EMC Jul 18
Renewing your vehicle registration this month? Georgia's new "Thank a Lineman" license plate is available now. Learn more:
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Jackson EMC Jul 17
Looking for light bulbs but unsure where to start? First thing’s first: replace any old bulbs with LEDs to increase energy savings.
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Jackson EMC Jul 17
We are at the Sun Power for Schools workshop with at North Hall High School with more than 45 educators interested in bringing solar energy education into their classrooms. For more information on , visit .
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Jackson EMC Jul 16
Summer is the perfect time to bring out the grill. Check out this grill-worthy recipe that a member from Gainesville sent us:
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Jackson EMC Jul 14
: Turn on the grill! Summer afternoons provide a perfect atmosphere to bring the kitchen outside and cooking dinner on the grill will be an enjoyable way to help you save energy.
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Jackson EMC Jul 14
A grant from the Jackson EMC Foundation is helping the Hall County Library System roll out its mobile reading room.
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Jackson EMC Jul 13
With rebates from Jackson EMC, energy efficient living costs even less than you’d think. Learn more at .
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Jackson EMC Jul 13
Reminder: Georgia law requires motorists to move over one lane when utility workers are working on the side of the road. Read more:
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Jackson EMC Jul 13
: Eating leftovers? Reheat them in the microwave. Using a microwave can use as much as 80% less energy when reheating than a standard oven.
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Jackson EMC Jul 12
: Double up. If possible, prepare double portions of your meal and cook them together. Freeze the extra for later. It takes a lot less energy to reheat food than to cook it twice.
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Jackson EMC Jul 12
Access the latest stories from your cooperative in one convenient location. Visit for community stories, outage updates, recipes and more.
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Jackson EMC Jul 11
Planning on moving soon and need to apply for service? Be sure to let us know at .
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Jackson EMC Jul 11
: Don't forget your slow cooker. Or your toaster oven, or griddle. Putting small appliances to work more often can mean energy savings.
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Jackson EMC Jul 10
: Unplug the extra fridge. Unplugging the extra refrigerator or freezer at your home can save hundreds of dollars in just a few years.
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Jackson EMC Jul 9
Whether you're at work or at the beach - you don't want to worry about your home. Visit to see how you can keep your home safe no matter where you are.
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Jackson EMC Jul 9
: Microwaves are good for more than popcorn. Use this energy saver to steam veggies, heat soups and even cook casseroles.
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