Community Connections: Diverse Power Offers Identity Theft Protection
Do you have a credit, ATM or debit card? Have you recently purchased items online or in person? Do you use digital communications?
A Word from Wayne: Safety in the Workplace
Zero injuries and zero lost time accidents are goals at every electric membership corporation (EMC) in Georgia. Working with electricity is inherently dangerous, and the industry has developed robust safety protocols that are employed in the field, in warehouses and in offices so everyone can practice safety at work.
Practice Fire Escape Plan with Your Family
Fires kill more Americans than all natural disasters combined. Yet few families are prepared to make a quick escape in case of a fire.
Don’t Be the Victim of a Scam
It saddens—actually, infuriates—me to hear about electric cooperative members losing money to scam artists who claim to be affiliated with an electric membership corporation, like Diverse Power. Our loyal members trust their electric cooperative, so it’s particularly disheartening when that trust leads a member to believe, and be scammed by, someone who says he works for the cooperative
Take time for an inspection
Chances are that the last time your home’s electric system was inspected was when you moved in. If so, it’s time for a new inspection.
Have a safe Halloween
To make your yard and home safe for visiting ghosts and goblins on October 31, prep your home for their arrival.
Visit our Kid’s Korner
As children return to school, we invite students, parents and teachers to visit the Kid’s Korner section on our website for fun lessons about electricity safety, energy sources and energy efficiency. This interactive site features experiments and activities for students; instructor guides and printable handouts for teachers; and electrical safety tips for parents. If your