About Southern Pine Electric Cooperative
Southern Pine Electric Cooperative, a Touchstone Energy Cooperative®, is a not-for-profit, member-owned distribution co-op serving over 22,500 accounts. The co-op is headquartered in Brewton, Ala., with district offices in Atmore, Evergreen and Frisco City. Southern Pine serves members in portions of five southwest Alabama counties, including: Baldwin, Conecuh, Covington, Escambia and Monroe.
As a Touchstone Energy Cooperative, Southern Pine is dedicated to four core values: commitment to the communities it serves, integrity, accountability and innovation. Southern Pine is proud to be one of more than 700 Touchstone Energy Co-ops in 46 states that collectively deliver power and energy solutions to more than 22 million members everyday.
Southern Pine's headquarters office is located in Brewton and the three district offices are located in Atmore, Evergreen and Frisco City. The physical addresses and telephone numbers of those offices are as follows:
Atmore Office | 39 W. Sunset Drive | Atmore, AL 36502 | 251.368.4842
Brewton Office | 2134 S. Blvd. | Brewton, AL 36426 | 251.867.5415
Evergreen Office | 205 Wild Ave. | Evergreen, AL 36401 | 251.578.3460
Frisco City Office | 3979 Bowden St./Hwy. 21 N | Frisco City, AL 36445 | 251.267.3196
Payment Options - You may pay online, by e-check, VISA or MasterCard credit or debit cards over the phone or in person, by cash or check, bank draft. You may also pay from the 1st through the 10th of each month at the following locations: James Brothers Furniture in East Brewton; United Bank, Flomaton; and Excel Hardware in Excel. Or ask about our Levelized Billing Option.
If you wish to report a power outage, simply call our Toll-Free 24-Hour Outage Reporting Number:1.866.867.5415.
Contact email@example.com for more information or call 251.867.5415.
Our Mission Statement: Southern Pine Electric Cooperative’s mission is to provide our member-owners with reliable, competitively-priced electric service, while adhering to our core principles of integrity, accountability, innovation and commitment to community.
This year, 2013, is the 75th anniversary of Southern Pine Electric Cooperative. In 1938 a group of local farmers and other residents banded together to find a way to bring electricity to the rural homes and farms of this area. They incorporated what is now known as Southern Pine Electric Cooperative. Through much sweat and tears, these local pioneers were finally able to electrify the rural areas of Baldwin, Conecuh, Covington, Escambia and Monroe counties.Make your plans to attend the 75th Anniversary Annual Membership Meeting on Saturday, Aug. 31, 2013!
Annual Membership Meeting Sat., Sept. 1, 2012 Big Success
Southern Pine's Annual Membership Meeting was a big success with approximately 3,000 people in attendance. Many families were present and enjoyed the music provided by The Gospel Melodies of Evergreen and Gospel greats, The Hoppers.
Children and adults alike enjoyed the fun and excitement of the Youth Program, that included magic, dancing, games, caricatures, pony rides, hot dogs, popcorn and cotton candy.
Many prizes were awarded during the business meeting that began at 1 p.m. Thank you to all who attended. Please make plans to attend the 2013 Annual Membership Meeting on Sat., Aug. 31, 2013! It's our 75th Anniversary and there will be food and fun for every member of the family!
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Co-op Connections program
Don't miss out on the savings! Learn about Southern Pine's new Co-op Connections® program for Southern Pine members and their families. Go to the Community Commitment section of this Website, then click on Co-op Connections on the lower left side bar to learn more about this exciting new way to save money.
Southern Pine members have saved thousands of dollars on prescriptions alone by using the Co-op Connections card.
Join in the savings now! You can save on much more than just prescriptions. Many different kinds of businesses are participants in Co-op Connections. Go to our Co-op Connections section under Community Commitment to learn how much you can save at local participating businesses and national chains. Click here to see national participants such as HumanaDental Access, Coast to Coast Vision, UHS Chiropractic, Alamo, Lands End, redEnvelope, Office Depot, Drury Hotels, Orbitz, etc.: National Co-op Connections Participants or click here to access local participants Local Co-op Connections Participants.
Compact Fluorescent Bulbs
Think about this! If every American home replaced just one light bulb with an Energy Star rated compact fluorescent bulb (CFL), we could save enough energy to light more than 2.5 million homes for one full year.
Did You Know?
Co-ops in the USA:
> Own assets worth $97 billion.
> Own and/or maintain 2.4 million miles, or 43 percent, of the nation's electric distribution lines, covering three-fourths of the nation's landmass.
> Deliver 10 percent of the total kilowatt hours sold each year.
> Employ 67,000 people.
> Pay more than $1.2 billion in state and local taxes.