Meter Base Inspection To Be Performed In The Topsail Island Area

As you are aware, the salt air quickly corrodes exposed equipment in areas closer to the ocean than in the more inland areas, which can lead to problems with your electric service or it can even create a hazard. It has been several years since your cooperative did a thorough inspection of meter bases at… Read More

Attention Licensed General Contractors…

Jones-Onslow EMC is now accepting bids from licensed general contractors for flood/non-flood related repairs to our administration building located at 259 Western Boulevard in Jacksonville, North Carolina. HUB certified contractors are encouraged to submit a bid for this project. To view the RFP click here To view supplemental information click here  

Calling All High School Juniors

There’s a unique leadership opportunity waiting for you—a week this June in the nation’s capital with teens from across North Carolina and the United States! Each year, JOEMC sponsors four rising high school seniors on the Rural Electric Youth Tour. The program, which helps young people learn about cooperatives and the co-op way of doing business,… Read More

Stay Back!

Know the difference between types of lines and wires…if you see a downed electric line be aware that it could be live and dangerous. If there is a downed power line nearby, leave the area immediately and notify JOEMC or call 911. If others are around, let them know they need to stay away.

Co-op Members: Mark Your Calendars for the 2019 JOEMC Annual Meeting

Plans are being made for the 2019 Jones-Onslow Annual Meeting of Members. This year’s event will take place on Friday, March 29, at the American Legion Building at the Onslow County Fairgrounds, located at 146 Broadhurst Road, in Jacksonville. Registration, displays and local entertainment will begin at 5:30 p.m. and the business meeting will get… Read More

If Your Lights Go Out

Power gone out at your house and not sure if it’s just affecting you and your family or the neighbors as well? Here a quick checklist to help you get started… Check for blown fuses or tripped circuit breakers. Check with your neighbors. Ask if their electricity is off. JOEMC has several ways for you… Read More

Tips For More Efficient Heating This Winter

 Old man winter is here and we all want to try and stay warm without breaking the bank. Try these tips to help maximize your energy dollars when it comes to heating your home this winter.

2019 Nominating Committee And Other Annual Meeting Information

A Nominating Committee has been selected for the purpose of nominating individuals for election to the position of Director in District One, District Two and District Three. This committee is scheduled to meet on February 21, 2019. The committee’s names and addresses are as follows: District One  District Two  District Three Mr. Gary Johnson 231… Read More

From The CEO: Teaching Youngsters The Important Lessons Of Energy Efficiency

Electronic and mobile devices, TVs, computers and gaming stations have become common fixtures in our homes, particularly those with children. Consumer electronics coupled with the proliferation of smart home appliances, technology and electric vehicles have slowly but steadily changed our homes and lifestyles. This ever-connected world is the modern environment in which children are growing… Read More

Bright Ideas Grant To Bring Innovative Classroom Projects To Life

JOEMC recently awarded 77 grants totaling just over $75,000 to local teachers to fund unique classroom learning projects that will benefit close to 32,900 students at 51 schools in Jones and Onslow Counties, as well as the Topsail Area of Pender County. “Every year, Bright Ideas grants help bring creative learning to life in classrooms… Read More

Planned Outage December 13 For Members In Swansboro Area

Earlier in December, JOEMC had a planned outage in the Swansboro area to install our mobile substation inside the Swansboro Substation. This work was done so we could replace the current transformer in that substation with a new, larger unit. The outage was necessary at that time so we could safely disconnect the de-energized old transformer and put the… Read More

Co-op Member Featured In Our State Magazine

Justice Farms, owned and operated by long-time co-op member Willie Justice, is featured in the December issue of Our State Magazine. Justice and his family have operated a Christmas tree farm in the southwest area of Onslow County for many years, growing close a variety of trees that adapt well to the coastal environment. Click… Read More

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Going out of the country for an extended period of time? Storm in our area and you want to see an up-to-date outage map? Wondering if we service the new location where you're moving? Maybe you want to set up an automatic draft or just manage your account? Our resource page has all the information you need at the click of button.