Community Outreach

PDEC Employees Recertified in First Aid/CPR

by Pee Dee Electric Cooperative

Each year, PDEC’s linemen, inside personnel and other support staff become re-certified in First Aid and CPR. Bobby Colvin, automotive/equipment mechanic is shown practicing “30 compressions and 2 breaths” on one of the models used in the half-day class. Pee Read More

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FREE Washington Youth Tour

by Pee Dee Electric Cooperative

The Washington Youth Tour is a week-long, all expenses paid trip to our nation’s capital each June for two rising seniors.  Join representatives from other South Carolina cooperatives and from co-ops across the country in Washington, DC. The Tour is Read More

PDEC held it’s 74th Annual Meeting

by Pee Dee Electric Cooperative

At the Florence Civic Center on Saturday, October 26th, 2,269 members received a $20 energy voucher by registering and participating in the business of their cooperative.  The business meeting included the annual address by President & CEO Toy Nettles, followed Read More

[VIDEO] Power of Giving Contest

by Pee Dee Electric Cooperative

Now, through September 13, 2013, Pee Dee Electric Cooperative invites nonprofits in our six-county area to enter The Power of Giving contest for a chance to win part of $6000 in grants. Pee Dee Electric is looking for organizations that Read More

Give your nonprofit a jolt with the Power of Giving

by Pee Dee Electric Cooperative

Now, through September 13, 2013, Pee Dee Electric Cooperative invites nonprofits in our six-county area to enter The Power of Giving contest for a chance to win part of $6000 in grants. Pee Dee Electric is looking for organizations that Read More

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Metal Theft Threatens Lives, Safety and Your Pocketbook

by Pee Dee Electric Cooperative

by James A. Goodson Chairman, Board of Trustees Thefts of copper, aluminum and bronze are on the rise, at abandoned commercial buildings, empty homes and—most dangerously—at power substations near neighborhoods. We need your help to keep our equipment safe, prevent Read More

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