December 7, 2023
SmartHub tools can help manage winter’s impact on your heating costs
Historically, the biggest source of energy use in your home comes from your heating and cooling system. It’s important to know that there are many factors that can impact your electric bill, including weather, the number of people in your home, and your electrical appliances and devices. This winter, Prince George Electric Cooperative is encouraging members to take advantage of these exclusive SmartHub tools to keep your heating bills low:
November 28, 2023
Manage your account from anywhere with SmartHub
The upcoming holiday season is a time where many are traveling to visit family or shop. This holiday season, Prince George Electric Cooperative wants to encourage members to allow the SmartHub app to help them manage their account no matter where they are.
November 13, 2023
No-paper November could land you $25
Most of us have heard of “No-Shave November” but this November, your electric cooperative is rewarding members for participating in “No-paper November”. Prince George Electric Cooperative’s campaign encourages members to go paperless in an effort to save them time and money in receiving information about their bill.
November 6, 2023
Prince George Electric Cooperative hosts successful local blood drive event
Prince George Electric Cooperative recently held a blood drive at its headquarter office, inviting employees and community members to participate. The successful event collected 17 units which equates to 51 lives being saved.
October 20, 2023
Co-op employees clear 1,300 pounds of trash in annual Adopt-A-Highway Program
One of the many ways Prince George Electric Cooperative gives back to the community is through its employee volunteer program. Annually, PGEC partners with the Adopt-A-Highway Program to collect trash along George Town, Spring Hill, Shingleton, Beaver Dam and parts of Walnut Hill Road.
September 14, 2023
Members are making life easier with SmartHub bank draft feature
When Mary Ann Hallman, wife of member Robert Hallman, saw that her credit card was about to expire, she knew that she wanted a different way to pay her electric bill.
For many, credit and debit cards are a convenient way to purchase items on the go. For the Hallman’s, that included their electric bill up until they switched to bank draft.