Flint Energies to close offices
Date: 10/10/2018 | Category: News
In preparation for Hurricane Michael, Flint Energies will close its offices at 4 p.m. today. Flint plans to reopen all offices at 1 p.m. on Thursday, October 11. Consumer-members can report outages through the Flint Energies app, online at flintenergies.com or at 888.354.6836.
Heavy winds from Hurricane Michael, combined with rain, could lead to power outages. Flint Energies urges all members to prepare for widespread, extended outages. Flint is expecting thousands of members to be without power for several days, not hours. Flint has several crews coming from Kentucky, Tennessee and Arkansas to assist with power restoration efforts.
For more information on the current state of power outages, log on to flintoutages.com or check the Flint Energies Facebook page.
About Flint Energies
Flint Energies is a community-focused electric cooperative owned by its consumer-members in parts of 17 central Georgia counties. Flint employs 232 employees and serves more than 89,500 electric meters. We are 100% locally controlled and democratically governed by nine Directors elected from among the membership. In 1937, Flint Energies was created to bring people together to meet common needs like reliable electric energy, and our mission remains focused on improving the quality of life in Middle Georgia. Flint Energies is an equal opportunity provider and employer. Follow Flint on Twitter and Facebook.
Marian McLemore, Vice President of Cooperative Communications, 478.218-5600, [email protected]
Jennie Lacey, Manager of Cooperative Communications, 478.218.5529, [email protected]