With the co-op’s mobile app, member-owners can monitor their daily energy usage and make better informed decisions to save money on their electric bills.
Three life-saving water safety tips for you this summer
Fun summer events often includes water activities. Roanoke Electric Co-op desires for both its staff and member-owners to enjoy the summer fun as safely as possible. To that end, here are three water recreation safety tips that could save a life this summer:
- Never leave children unsupervised in or near a pool.
- Wear life jackets when engaging in boating activities.
- When a pool is not in use, ensure it has self-closing or self-locking gates.
“Safety is a huge part of our culture,” said Becky Alston, coordinator of safety and loss control for the co-op. “Employees practice and work safe every day at work, and we take that same mindset home to our families too. We want to share those same principles with our member-owners and their families.”
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U.S. Endowment for Forestry and Communities, Greenville, SC
GREENVILLE, SC - Enviva Holdings, LP today announced a $45,000 grant to support African American land retention and healthy forests in northeastern North Carolina. The grant to the Sustainable Forestry Program of the Roanoke Center—a nonprofit affiliate of the Roanoke Electric Cooperative headquartered in Ahoskie, North Carolina—deepens the existing partnership between Enviva, the Roanoke Center, and the U. S. Endowment for Forestry and Communities (Endowment). That program serves forest owners in seven counties in the Cooperative’s service region and near two of Enviva’s wood pellet facilities.