​In the aftermath of Hurricane Florence, NRECA is closely monitoring the situation and supporting co-ops in North Carolina and South Carolina.

NRECA's communications and government relations departments are leading the effort, which is designed to provide resources to electric co-ops as they respond to the storm. During Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria, NRECA supported affected co-ops by providing talking points, social media guidance, earned media outreach and more.

NRECA also coordinates with FEMA, DOE and other federal agencies during extreme weather events, providing situation updates to our federal partners on the co-op storm response.

If you have questions or would like support during the upcoming hurricane, please contact Stephen Bell (Stephen.Bell@nreca.coop, 571-205-7719) or Martha Duggan (Martha.Duggan@nreca.coop, 703-907-5848).

Photo Gallery:

Check out the latest scenes from co-ops’ storm response. If your co-op would like to submit photos, please email Michael.Lynch@nreca.coop.

Co-op Communication:

The Communicators Professional Community offers a channel for co-op communicators to support one another during storm communication efforts and share resources.

More Information:

• Latest News: Tracking the Co-op Response to Florence
• Information Hub: Electric Co-ops and Florence
• Social Media: Co-ops' Social Outreach During the Storm
• Press Release: Electric Power Industry Closely Coordinating Across the Sector and With Its Federal Government Partners
• Resources: How NRECA Can Help Your Co-op Before, During and After a Hurricane
• Straight Talk: Articles, Graphics and Videos: Storm Safety and Outage Restoration
• Straight Talk: Power Restoration Video
• Straight Talk: Safety Tips for Vehicle/Utility Pole Collisions Video


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