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March Water Treatment Change Begins

PWC provides over eight billion gallons of drinking water a year to their customers in Fayetteville and Cumberland County.  PWC was the first utility in North Carolina to be recognized with the Partnership for Safe Drinking Water’s Director’s Award for outstanding quality drinking water treatment. For over 20 years, they have  maintained the award’s high […]

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Time-of-Use Rates Begin May 1

Time It Right and Save Beginning in May 2019, PWC will implement Time-of-Use Rates for residential and small commercial electric customers. Click HERE for more information

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5th Annual Power & Water Conservation Expo

Friday, March 22, 2019 – 12pm-9 pm Saturday, March 23, 2019 – 9 am-2 pm SkyView on Hay (121 Hay Street) PWC’s 5th Annual Power and Water Conservation Expo is FREE and open to the public. Learn ways to save on your energy and water bill, fill up your complimentary reusable tote with handy conservation […]

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15 hours ago

Fayetteville PWC

Congratulations to Fayetteville PWC! They've received national recognition from @publicpowerorg for achieving exceptional electric reliability in 2018. Great job #KeepingTheLightsOn in #NCPublicPower! #FayettevilleNC ... See MoreSee Less

19 hours ago

Fayetteville PWC

Congratulations to the graduates of the FTCC lineworker course. The next class starts June 10. Call 910-486-7354 for detailsThe Lineworker/Groundsman Training Course, a partnership with Public Works Commission, is currently training its first cohort of 2019 – the second for the curriculum as a whole – which will end the week of May 21. Students for the class displayed their skills in hanging transformers, setting up a line and more for FTCC faculty, staff and PWC representatives today. Establishing the curriculum began in 2017 with our Corporate & Continuing Education Department in PWC, providing students with specific aspects of building and maintaining electrical power circuits and equipment for overhead and underground construction. The curriculum is taught in 350 hours, every semester, and includes short-term certifications in First Aid, CPR, AED, OSHA and Class A CDL. PWC is also offering scholarships to students who meet employment requirements and complete an application. The program’s purpose is to train future employees who aspire to work as groundsman/lineman, even at PWC. Each cohort has 10 slots and the next will begin June 10. ... See MoreSee Less

 

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I hope they are aware of the Fallen Linemen Foundation scholarship program for students in linemen programs.

20 hours ago

Fayetteville PWC

Check your in-ground irrigation systems each spring before use to for damage by frost or freezing. An irrigation system that has a leak 1/32nd of an inch in diameter can waste about 6,300 gallons of water per month. REMINDER - The EPA WaterSense Rain Sensor Incentive Program returns April 1st with a bill credit offering for rain sensor installation on your irrigation system: www.faypwc.com/rain-sensor-program/
#FixALeakWeek #HometownUtility #communitypowered
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Check your in-ground irrigation systems each spring before use to for damage by frost or freezing. An irrigation system that has a leak 1/32nd of an inch in diameter can waste about 6,300 gallons of water per month. REMINDER - The EPA WaterSense Rain Sensor Incentive Program returns April 1st with a bill credit offering for rain sensor installation on your irrigation system: https://www.faypwc.com/rain-sensor-program/
#FixALeakWeek #HometownUtility #communitypowered
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15 hours ago

Fayetteville PWC

Congratulations to Fayetteville PWC! They've received national recognition from @publicpowerorg for achieving exceptional electric reliability in 2018. Great job #KeepingTheLightsOn in #NCPublicPower! #FayettevilleNC ... See MoreSee Less

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