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Texting outages is the easiest and most convenient way to let us know that your power is out.

The number you rely on to call is the same number you text to report outages – 800-231-5240.

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REPORT AN OUTAGE

THREE CONVENIENT WAYS TO REPORT AN OUTAGE

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For over 84 years Southern Pine has been bringing the power to your home, your business, and your life!

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Please conserve electricity.
It saves you money and ensures it is there when we need it.
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WHAT'S AN ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE?
HOW DOES IT HELP ME?

Southern Pine, like other electric cooperatives, was created to bring affordable, reliable electricity to rural areas in the late 1930’s. Electric cooperatives are owned by the members they serve and are not for profit; therefore, they aim to provide the best service at the lowest possible cost.

SUPERIOR SERVICE. DEPENDABLE ENERGY. AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE.

Southern Pine provides safe, reliable, and affordable energy at the lowest possible cost for our members. Our dedicated team works every day to bring the power to you.

YOUR COOPERATIVE. OUR MEMBERS.

FEATURED NEWS

Everyone Eats

Southern Pine employees and members donated over 68 jars of peanut butter as part of Extra Table’s Everyone Eats program, in partnership with Cooperative Energy

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Southern Pine Holds Stuff-a-Truck Food Drive at Dollar General Market in Crystal Springs

CRYSTAL SPRINGS—Southern Pine Electric held a Stuff-a-Truck Food Drive on Friday, September 23, 2022, at Dollar General Market in Crystal Springs. The food donated will benefit the residents of Copiah County. All donations remain in the county to help those struggling with food insecurity.

“The generosity of Copiah Countians was tremendous,” said Jan Collins, vice president of communications at Southern Pine Electric. “There were so many donations throughout the day, and each was appreciated and went to help those in need.” All donations went to Copiah County Human Resources, a food bank that serves Copiah County.

“We were honored to facilitate this event and grateful to the employees of Dollar General Market for allowing us to be there, especially to the people who donated to the event,” Collins said. Southern Pine plans to continue these food drives in other counties within the service area to help members in need.
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Southern Pine Holds Stuff-a-Truck Food Drive at Dollar General Market in Crystal Springs

CRYSTAL SPRINGS—Southern Pine Electric held a Stuff-a-Truck Food Drive on Friday, September 23, 2022, at Dollar General Market in Crystal Springs. The food donated will benefit the residents of Copiah County. All donations remain in the county to help those struggling with food insecurity.
 
“The generosity of Copiah Countians was tremendous,” said Jan Collins, vice president of communications at Southern Pine Electric. “There were so many donations throughout the day, and each was appreciated and went to help those in need.” All donations went to Copiah County Human Resources, a food bank that serves Copiah County.
 
“We were honored to facilitate this event and grateful to the employees of Dollar General Market for allowing us to be there, especially to the people who donated to the event,” Collins said. Southern Pine plans to continue these food drives in other counties within the service area to help members in need.Image attachmentImage attachment+3Image attachment

We would like to recognize some of our members that have been on our lines the longest! Have you been a member for over 60 years, or do you know someone who has? Please let us know how long you have been, or someone you know has been, a Southern Pine member. ... See MoreSee Less

INSTAGRAM

All eyes are on Hurricane Ian as the storm strengthens and moves into the southeast Gulf of Mexico. Now is the time to review your emergency response plans, training, tools, and more to prepare for when severe weather strikes. ...

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TODAY IN MISSISSIPPI

This month we visited with Mississippi’s first family of sports writing – The Clevelands. Ace Cleveland, his sons, Rick and Bobby Cleveland, and Rick’s son, Tyler Cleveland have been chronicling Mississippi’s sports stories for decades. Although Ace and Bobby have passed, Rick and Tyler continue the family tradition as part of a sports journalism dynasty.

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