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History

History

1937

- April 23 – Incorporated as Taylor County EMC

- September 8 – First 20 miles of line energized to serve 40 families

1938

- December 31 – 199 homes and 233 public buildings and businesses were receiving service

1940

- First Reynolds office constructed

1941

- January 30, – Changed name to Flint EMC

1949

- First Warner Robins office opened

1960

- New Reynolds headquarters office built

1963

- Began answering phones 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

1968

- First Perry office opened

1971

- New Warner Robins office and warehouse built

1979

- SCADA used for the first time

1981

- Introduced load management program

1990

- Upatoi office opened

1991

- Service Center office opened

1995

- Give Us An A program began

1998

- First Energy Store opened
- Began Fort Benning operations
- Offered green power for the first time
- Provided 24 hour automated outage reporting to members

2000

- New Perry office opened on Perry Parkway
- Added Fort Benning office and warehouse

2001

- Operation RoundUp program began

2005

- Awarded our one-millionth dollar through Operation RoundUp
- Started the first-ever Line Technician Co-op Scholarship Program
- Became the first electric co-op to operate our entire service fleet on biodiesel and ethanol fuel blends
- Re-introduced load management program

2006 

- First Spirit of Flint award presented
- First Bright Ideas grants awarded

2007

- Started the first-ever System Operations Co-op Scholarship Program

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