Join us for the 2019
DREMC Annual Meeting!
The 2019 annual meeting of the members of Duck River Electric Membership Corporation (DREMC) will be held Saturday, Aug. 17, beginning at 9:30 a.m. at Franklin County High School in Winchester. Join us for door prizes, refreshments and the annual business meeting, where you’ll learn what your electric cooperative has accomplished over the past year and how those accomplishments support our members, community growth and economic development.
Scott Spence
President & CEO

New CEO named for DREMC

The Duck River Electric Membership Corporation (DREMC) Board of Directors is pleased to announce a new president and CEO for the member-owned electric cooperative. Scott Spence, a native of the greater Chattanooga area, was offered the position and accepted on Wednesday.

DREMC Business Resources

Have you noticed the Duck River EMC Business Resources logo? This new logo identifies DREMC's programs and services available to all commercial and industrial members. Make sure your business is taking advantage of all of the resources we have to meet your needs!

LED Lighting

LED stands for light-emitting diode. They are becoming very popular because of their many advantages, including high energy efficiency, long operating, durability and excellent color quality. Here's how they work.

Co-op Connections Card

Learn how to get the most from using the DREMC Co-op Connections Card, mobile app and online discounts!

Click here  for 3 easy steps to get you connected to all the available local and national deals and discounts.
Where We Connect

The primary communication platform about business resources can be found on the cooperative's LinkedIn page. Stay informed by following Duck River EMC on LinkedIn.
Watch for the Duck River EMC Business Resources Logo!
Incentives for Your Business

TVA now offers incentives to help you electrify your business. Incentives are available for kitchen equipment, HVAC systems, forklifts, expansions, new construction, and much more.
Where to start?

Take advantage of the Comprehensive Services Program to find out how to reduce energy costs for your business. For an overall view, start with an energy audit. Services include power factor studies, compressed air leak detection, infrared scans, lighting and HVAC recommendations, power quality studies, and much more!

All of these services are offered to our commercial and industrial members at no cost!
A Little Bit O'Reading

The Tennessee Magazine is available online every month. Find fun local events, recipes, crafts, and learn more about our beautiful state and electric cooperative today!

Have questions?

Contact Teresa Sampson