The City of Morganton Electric Department is constantly striving to provide reliable electric service. This includes maintaining the existing lines, building new lines, upgrading and advancing employee training, and providing a quick and efficient response to service calls.
Your hometown electric company is on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Electric crews respond immediately to after hour calls.
ElectriCities is closely following this week's news that Duke Energy and Progress Energy are planning to merge. ElectriCities CEO Graham Edwards has spoken with Duke Energy and Progress Energy executives, and both have committed to working closely with ElectriCities.
The City of Morganton Electric Department has several programs available to help residents conserve energy and save money!
To find out more, call 438-5277.
It's always the right time for improving the efficiency of your home. Check out the following video to see some easy, inexpensive ways to save energy and save money. The City of Morganton provides free energy audits for City residents. Just call (828) 438-5277!
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The City of Morganton is a member of North Carolina Municipal Power Agency Number 1 (NCMPA1), which consists of 19 cities and towns in piedmont and western North Carolina. NCMPA1 agency has 75 percent ownership interest in Catawba Nuclear Station Unit 2, located in York County, S.C., which is operated by Duke Power. It also has an agreement with Duke that provides for electric power via McGuire Nuclear Station and Catawba Unit 1 should Catawba 2 be unavailable for service.
Rebate Program For Energy Efficient Lighting Projects
The NCMPA1 Lighting Rebate Program is available to commercial and industrial customers in the City of Morganton and other member cities of North Carolina Municipal Power Agency Number 1 (NCMPA1).
IMPORTANT! Commercial/Industrial electric customers in Morganton who are interested in applying for a rebate must contact the City of Morganton Electric Department and start the application process before purchasing any new lighting or equipment.
Funding is limited, and the rebate only applies to approved lighting. Customers who apply for the rebate must agree to terms and conditions of the program and inspections completed by City Electric Department staff.
Lighting salesmen have no authority to promise any automatic rebates to perspective customers.
Brooks Kirby • Director
E-mail the Electric Dept.
The Electric Department is located on the first floor
of City Hall.
Call (828) 438-5277 to report a power outage, electric problem or a downed power line. Always stay clear of downed power lines. Even if the lines appear harmless, they could still be energized and deadly.
New Service or
Call (828) 438-5245 to apply for new service or for billing questions.