Rayle Electric Membership Corp.

By: Bubbajunk.com

In May 1935, a letter of application was sent to the newly formed Rural Electrification Administration requesting that a Charter be granted for the Rayle Electric Association. In the early summer of the same year, the REA approved the Charter, and thus was born the eighth rural electric company in Georgia.
 
Many years and many members have accumulated since those early formative days. Today, Rayle EMC has over 17,700 consumers served, and 2,967 miles of line, delivering affordable, and reliable electricity service to our member-ownerÂâ€Ã¢„¢s homes and businesses.

Rayle Electric Membership Corporation is a member-owned electric cooperative, which provides electrical power to the rural areas of all or parts of ten northeast Georgia counties. Rayle EMC serves Oglethorpe, Wilkes, Lincoln, Taliaferro, Hancock, Greene, Morgan, Oconee, Madison, and Athens-Clarke counties. ItÂâ€Ã¢„¢s their goal to bring to their member-owners, economical and reliable electrical energy and to do so with the utmost professionalism, and exceptional customer service and satisfaction.   Whether you are a new or prospective member, or have been a member for years, Rayle EMC pledges to provide energy solutions to those they serve.

Each Rayle EMC employee understands the value of providing its member-owners with the very best, prompt and efficient customer service, delivered with courtesy and honesty.

Working with high voltage power lines everyday gives their employees a deep sense of the importance of safety in the workplace. Safety consciousness is part of their corporate culture. Their people attend monthly safety meetings, as well as travel to GEMC sponsored schools where they get the latest in safety instruction that is so important to avoiding injury on the job. They believe that they can share attitude about safety with the community through various programs and events, which they participate in or conduct throughout their service area.

Rayle EMCÂâ€Ã¢„¢s highly trained staff can help you to save energy dollars, whether your home or business is already built or is still on the drawing board. They will come to your site and evaluate with you, such things as the capacity of the heat pump necessary, and recommend options for insulation, window and door construction, etc., and in general help you get the most for your energy dollar.

Rayle EMC serves their members, their families, and the communities in which they live.