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Utility customers around the country should be aware of telephone, mail, email, door-to-door and other in-person scams that involve criminals posing as Cobb EMC representatives and demanding immediate payment or personal information. We will never ask members to pay their bill anywhere other than at our office or through one of our payment options. Click here for information about utility scams and how to report a scam. 

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We're committed to our community

Cobb EMC Community Foundation

Cobb EMC has been dedicated to improving the lives and communities which we’ve served since the beginning. Local nonprofits have been relying on us since 1938, and our employees and members continue to donate their time, money and talents to better the community.

We have several ways that both our employees and members can contribute and have seen great success in all.

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Take advantage of low interest home improvement loans

energy efficiency loans

Enjoy a lower interest rate and no closing costs on a loan for energy efficient home improvements. 

We’re here to help you get started on your next home improvement project. As a co-op member, you can take advantage of an energy efficiency loan to take away the financial stress of making costly improvements to your home. 

This summer only, get rates as low as 6.5% APR for loan amounts with no closing costs. See if your home improvement qualifies .

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Cobb EMC employees make blankets for CHOA

A group of Cobb EMC employees, some of whom are former NICU parents, recently made and donated 14 blankets to cover preemies’ isolettes at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. “You dream of a nursery; not a hospital room,” said Leslie Thompson, director of member and public relations at Cobb EMC. “Children’s Healthcare does an incredible job of caring for and supporting NICU residents and their families. We wanted to help bring a little touch of home to families who are going through one of the most stressful, difficult times in their lives.”

 

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Allatoona senior receives Positive Energy scholarship

Allatoona High School senior and lacrosse captain Cameron Carter recently received Cobb EMC’s Positive Energy Award and a $1,000 college scholarship for the positive energy he brings as a student-athlete. 

The Cobb EMC Positive Energy Award recognizes a student-athlete in the Cobb County region who brings positive energy to every practice and competition. It is given through Atlanta-based Positive Athlete Georgia, which has programs in Georgia and Western Pennsylvania, Minnesota and Michigan and was started by former UGA football star and Super Bowl XL MVP Hines Ward.

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Meet Your Cobb EMC: Tiko

Meet Tiko! 

He’s an Education and Community Relations Specialist at Cobb EMC. 

Tiko started at Cobb EMC 19 years ago where he’s worked in Customer Service, Credit Collections, Research, Member Care and now Corporate Communications. 

His favorite part of his job is making a positive impact on the counties’ schools and communities. 

When he isn’t working hard for Cobb EMC, he enjoys fishing and watching football. Tiko is a HUGE Georgia Bulldogs and Atlanta Falcons fan! 
 

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Cobb EMC expands affordable solar

– Recent renewable energy efforts increase electric co-op’s solar energy portfolio by 360 percent–

Cobb EMC announced an expansion to the Marietta-Ga.-based electric cooperative’s solar energy portfolio through a 30-year power purchase agreement with Green Power EMC. This agreement, along with other recent solar initiatives, has increased the cooperative’s solar portfolio by 360 percent since 2016.

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Cobb EMC linemen bring home top honors

Cobb EMC linemen brought home top honors, including top lineman in the state, from this month’s Georgia Lineman’s Rodeo, a day-long safety competition that tests linemen’s skills with a focus on training and improving safe work practices.

While linemen competed on a beautiful spring day with clear blue skies, the program helps keep safety top-of-mind for employees who, even during the worst of storms, must stay alert each second they are working. During events, linemen compete as journeymen teams or individually as apprentices.

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