Powering Your Community.
Delivering energy where you need it most.
Report An Outage
When your power is out, we respond quickly to restore service to your part of the community.
Our simple, fast and accurate service enables you to pay your bill anytime, anywhere you have Internet access.
Everything you need to manage your energy
Powering your life should be simple.
We offer everything you need to manage your energy all in one place. Whether you’re looking to pay your bill, check an outage, or get energy tips, we make it available for you.
Start, Stop and Move
Moving to or from Edgecombe or Martin Counties? Get personalized electrical service from a cooperative you can trust.
About Edgecombe-Martin EMC
We strive to deliver exceptional electric energy to our members through the most efficient and reliable methods possible.
As technology continues to advance, we work hard to provide your community with the energy you need, while also working toward conservation and preservation.
There’s nothing more important to us than supporting the communities we serve.
Cooperatives are local, independent and governed by a board of directors elected by their memberships. As electric cooperatives, our service is to provide electricity, but our purpose is to support and empower our members and communities through economic development and community outreach.
For the last 25 years, we’ve partnered with Bright Ideas to provide education grants to youth teachers all over the state from k-12 classrooms. These grants have helped teachers expand innovation and learning projects in the classroom that might not have been possible.
EMEMC Line Academy
Our goal is to support the needs of a “work-ready workforce” in our region by focusing on career fields where there are current and projected shortages of qualified workers. In an effort to concentrate on future workforce needs, we will hold our second Line Academy in the Fall of this year.
We’re proud to support the education of those in our community. The Noel Lee, Jr. Memorial Scholarship is awarded annually on a needs basis to applicants who are members of Edgecombe-Martin County EMC or live in a home served by the cooperative.