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Our commitment to you

To help protect our community from the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), Newberry Electric Cooperative's lobby will be closed through April 30th. We will be happy to serve you through our drive-thru window during this time. Newberry Electric Cooperative has postponed our annual meeting scheduled for April 8 at Mid-Carolina High School until further notice. We will continue to monitor this situation and keep you informed. Our main focus is always the safety of our members, as well as our staff, to better serve you! 

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Other ways to pay

Did you know you can pay your bill, report an outage, request a service order, start, stop, or transfer service on our website www.nec.coop? Download our free Newberry Connect App to conveniently monitor your account and pay your bill. Alternate payment options are also available by phone: 803-276-1121, Option 2. Our member services team is always here to help, give them a call at 803-276-1121 or email customerservice@nec.coop Monday - Friday from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m.

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Important information from Newberry County Emergency Services and Newberry County Sheriff Lee Foster 3/25/2020:

Newberry, SC, March 25, 2020, 04:30 -- The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) case counts based on data as of 3:50 PM on Wednesday, March 25 continue to reflect one (1) confirmed case in Newberry Country with the COVID 19 virus. This number possibly will change as testing progresses.

Please continue to follow the recommendations outlined by DHEC to prevent the spread of the disease:
• Wash your hands
• Cover your cough
• Stay home when you’re sick or not feeling well
• Appropriately dispose of tissues, etc. that you've sneezed or coughed into

In addition to those below are some additional recommendations to aid during this time:
• Regularly wipe down common surfaces
• If you do not have to go out in public, do not
• Limit shopping to essentials such as food, medicines, gas, etc.
• Limit public contact and practice social distancing
• Follow the recommendations set forth concerning congregating

If you would like to remain well informed with COVID 19 in South Carolina, you can download the SC Emergency Manager app. This is a free app that is available for both Apple and Android phones.

Newberry County Emergency Management Director Tommy Long along with Newberry County Sheriff Lee Foster are continuing to monitor the coronavirus situation in Newberry County as well as the rest of South Carolina. They will update as warranted.