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Over 3,800 members register for 2021 Annual Meeting

The 2021 Annual Meeting came to a close with 3,892 members registering and voting.  Johnny Roberts was re-elected to District 1,  Joe Sharpe was re-elected to District 2 and Mike Good was elected to District 3. 

Fairfield Electric Cooperative Names 2021 Touchstone Energy Scholarship Recipients

Six high school seniors were each awarded a $1000 Touchstone Energy scholarship by Fairfield Electric Cooperative, Inc. Sarah Doster, Gerald Edmunds, Jr., Angela Fang, Princess James, Ashanti Shepard, and Sadera Sims were selected after an extensive application and interview process.

Energy crisis in Texas. Could this happen in South Carolina?

The energy supply crisis that recently occurred in Texas due to extremely cold temperatures and high demand has brought question concerning the energy supply in South Carolina.  Could the same thing happen in our state?  Probably not. And here’s why.

Virtual Annual Meeting planned for May 21

Fairfield Electric Cooperative’s Board of Trustees has scheduled the 2021 Annual Business Meeting for Friday, May 21, 2021. Due to the current state of the COVID-19 pandemic and keeping everyone’s safety in mind, the decision was made to hold the Annual Meeting as last year.  Members will not attend the business meeting in person.

Scholarships available for high school seniors. Apply by March 3.

Fairfield Electric Cooperative is offering six $1000 Touchstone Energy Scholarships.  High school seniors whose primary residence is served by FEC are eligible to apply.  Special consideration is given to need, extracurricular activities, community involvement, recommendations, and the student's personal achievements.

Touchstone Energy Scholarships awarded

Fairfield Electric Cooperative recently awarded five $1,000 Touchstone Energy Scholarships.  The recipients are Khushi Dave, Zykirah Davis, Faith Mull, Jacobe Reid and Destini Simpson.

The recipients were selected based on their scholastic record, community involvement and extra-curricular activities.  Fairfield's Touchstone Energy Scholarships are available to students whose primary residence is served by the cooperative.

Board of Trustees Adopts Transparency Policy Resolution

Fairfield Electric Cooperative's Board of Trustees recently passed a Transparency Policy Resolution. 

The resolution adopted on July 30, 2018 directs that information pertaining to Trustee and Officer compensation be posted on the Cooperative's website.  A copy of the Cooperative's Bylaws are also to be posted as well as the dates and times of Board Meetings and copies of the minutes of Board Meetings.

Community Solar subscriptions available

To make solar energy more accessible for all consumer-members, Fairfield Electric Cooperative has constructed a community solar farm at its Winnsboro Office on Highway 321 north of Winnsboro.  

Community or “shared” solar, means multiple people get electricity from a midsized solar array, offering a convenient option for consumers who want a part of their monthly power to come from the carbon-free resource.

Help your Cooperative "Beat The Peak"

Fairfield Electric recently started a new Beat the Peak program, a free and voluntary effort to help control energy costs for all cooperative members.

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