News & Events
Contractor Inspecting Wood Poles
Osmose Utilities Service Inc., a contractor working for Cumberland Electric Membership Corporation, will be working to inspect, test and treat wood utility poles within the cooperative’s service area.
Why does CEMC plan outages?
Have you ever received a notification from Cumberland Electric Membership Corporation informing you of a “planned outage?”You may have wondered, “What is a planned outage?”
Make room for roadside crews
When the power goes out, so do Cumberland Electric Membership Corporation’s line crews. Line workers are the first to respond after an outage occurs, and they work tirelessly, often in dangerous conditions, to restore power to the communities we serve.
Announcing Cumberland Connect
CEMC, your electric co-op since 1938, is making the biggest investment in our history. Introducing Cumberland Connect, a wholly-owned non-profit subsidiary of CEMC that is dedicated to bringing our membership cutting edge internet, phone, and streaming services.Just as we saw the need for electrical service back then, we see the need for cutting edge technology services today.
CEMC member falls victim to scam
CEMC has been made aware that there is a phone scam in our service area, whereby a request is made for immediate payment by credit card in order to avoid being disconnected.