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The Upper Cumberland Electric Membership Corporation (UCEMC) is an electric power distribution cooperative. UCEMC is owned and operated by its members and distributes electric power through more than 4,735 miles of lines to more than 52,000 members located primarily in Jackson, Overton, Putnam and Smith Counties and northern DeKalb County. Several members are served in “fringe” areas of Clay, Fentress, Macon, Pickett, White, and Wilson Counties.

Is Your Organization a Non-Profit?

The State of Tennessee requires periodic renewal of the state’s recognition of a nonprofit’s tax-exempt status—reminder: 2023 is a renewal year for the Sales and Use Tax Certificate. The current certificates UCEMC has on file will expire on June 30.

Examples of Nonprofits Include:

  • Church, temple, synagogue, or mosque
  • Boys’ or Girls’ club
  • Volunteer fire department
  • 911 ECD

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Sign up to receive texts from UCEMC, and we’ll keep you current on what’s up with your account. Update your mobile number at your local district office, on in the customer portal, or on our Smart App.

  • Receive outage information
  • Past due date reminders
  • Billing information

Gordonsville High Graduates Receive Scholarships

UCEMC’s Jasmine Byrnes presents Gordonsville High senior Savanna Bryant with the UCEMC $1,000 scholarship she earned by participating in the Creative Writing Contest sponsored by UCEMC and TECA. Savanna also earned a spot on the “Trip of a Lifetime,” the Washington Youth Tour last June. Savanna is the daughter of Marlana Mofield and Phillip Bryant.

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New Middleton Fire Department Receives Community Care Fund Grant

The New Middleton Fire Department in Gordonsville has received $4,528.00 from The Tennessee Valley Authority’s Community Care Fund program in partnership with UCEMC Cares, Inc. Chief Paul Pope says the funds will be used to purchase much-needed equipment. “We’ll replace the starter and alternator on Engine 702, buy six pike pole brackets, a K-9 rescue blade, booster hose, mask bags, and LED scene lights. We thank TVA and UCEMC Cares, Inc. for awarding this grant.”

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