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Do you have an Agricultural Exemption with us?

The State of Tennessee requires periodic renewal of the state’s recognition of an Agricultural tax-exempt status.  2023 is a renewal year. The current Agricultural Sales and Use Tax Certificate of Exemption UCEMC has on file will expire 12/31/23. 

Qualifiers must supply UCEMC with a signed and dated copy of the renewed certificate to receive tax-exempt status.

The renewed certificate will be effective from January 1, 2024, to December 31, 2027.

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Upper Cumberland Electric Membership Corporation Employees Unite for Community Impact with Successful Food Drive

In a heartwarming display of community spirit, the employees at Upper Cumberland Electric Membership Corporation (UCEMC) recently joined forces to make a meaningful difference in their local area. Driven by a deep-rooted commitment to community service and a desire to tackle food insecurity head-on, they organized an impactful food drive. Author Jennifer Folsom View all […]

Do you have an Agricultural Exemption with us?

The State of Tennessee requires periodic renewal of the state’s recognition of an Agricultural tax-exempt status.  2023 is a renewal year. The current Agricultural Sales and Use Tax Certificate of Exemption UCEMC has on file will expire 12/31/23.  Qualifiers must supply UCEMC with a signed and dated copy of the renewed certificate to receive tax-exempt […]

Upper Cumberland Electric Membership Corporation Employees Unite for Community Impact with Successful Food Drive

In a heartwarming display of community spirit, the employees at Upper Cumberland Electric Membership Corporation (UCEMC) recently joined forces to make a meaningful difference in their local area. Driven by a deep-rooted commitment to community service and a desire to tackle food insecurity head-on, they organized an impactful food drive. Author Jennifer Folsom View all […]

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UCEMC 2023 Annual Meeting

Welcome to UCEMC, where our commitment to embracing technological advancements fuels our growth and ensures the delivery of safe, reliable power to your home. Join us as we navigate the ever-evolving landscape of innovation, dedicated to providing you with the seamless energy experience you deserve. Let’s explore the future of power together. Author Jennifer Folsom […]

85th Annual Meeting of the Members

Here in the Upper Cumberland, the second Saturday in September is something extraordinary for UCEMC members who never fail to attend the annual meeting. This year will be at a NEW VENUE! We see friends and neighbors we sometimes haven’t seen since last year. We cheer when we win a door prize, and we look […]

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: Author Jennifer Folsom View all posts

Let’s Text!

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 ucemc.com in the customer portal, or on our Smart App. Author Jennifer Folsom View all posts

Meet the 2023 Washington Youth Tour Delegates

The Washington Youth Tour is loading up the buses in a few weeks, and four high school juniors will pack their bags to represent Upper Cumberland Electric Membership Corporation on the trip. Winners of the UCEMC Creative Writing and Scholarship Competition not only earned spots on the once-in-a-lifetime tour of our nation’s capital with 2,000 […]

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. […]

Mended Hearts Chapter 127 Receives Community Care Fund Grant

 Chapter 127 of Mended Hearts, based in Cookeville, has received $2,600 in matching funds from the Tennessee Valley Authority’s Community Care Fund program in partnership with UCEMC Cares, Inc. The money will furnish Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) to organizations in Smith, Putnam, and Jackson counties. Author Jennifer Folsom View all posts

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 […]

STEM Grant Awarded to White Plains Academy

White Plains Academy has been awarded a grant from the Tennessee Valley Authority, in partnership with Bicentennial Volunteers, Inc., a TVA retiree organization, to develop science, technology, engineering, and math education projects to help spark student interest in future careers in STEM-related fields. Author Jennifer Folsom View all posts

Planned Outage in Gordonsville is Scheduled for April 29-30

Upper Cumberland Electric Membership Corporation (UCEMC) and The Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) have scheduled a planned outage in the Gordonsville area beginning Saturday, April 29, 2023, at 10 p.m. and ending Sunday, April 30, 2023, at 6 a.m. The planned outage is required for TVA to perform repairs and upgrades on equipment. Author Jennifer Folsom […]

Reporting Outages with our new OMS

The UCEMC Outage Management System (OMS)  is a user-friendly way for members to report outages and get real-time, up-to-the-minute information on outages in their area. The OMS will enable you to report your outage in four ways: Author Jennifer Folsom View all posts

Coping with the cold weather still ahead

While bundling up this winter, don’t forget a blanket for your furry friends. We all have our favorite season. Some people love crisp, cool weather and bundling up under a favorite blanket, while others prefer the warm temperatures summer brings and all the outdoor activities that go with it.  Author Jennifer Folsom View all posts

The Season of Giving

The holiday season is finally here. Some call it the most beautiful season of all. That’s because we associate it with family traditions and gathering with friends and loved ones. It’s a time of giving and spreading joy, reminding us of the good things we have right here in our community. It’s essential to spread […]

Celebrating Cooperative Membership

Fall is a busy time, and October is a particularly eventful month with a full swing of school, community, and sports activities. It’s also when all cooperatives celebrate National Co-op Month. When we say UCEMC celebrates Co-op Month, we are celebrating you! After all, our co-op wouldn’t exist without you, our members. Author Jennifer Folsom […]

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