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OUR MEMBERS.
OUR COMMUNITY.

POWERING YOU EVERY DAY.

FOR HOME

Save money, Live comfortably. We have the tools and resources you need to make your home more energy-efficient and enjoyable. Try a do-it-yourself Home Energy Assessment or, for a more detailed plan, request a virtual Home Energy Evaluation. Then, when you’re ready to take the next step to even bigger savings, contact an approved contractor from our Quality Contractor Network.

FOR business/industrial

Get a step ahead of your competition. Whether you’re looking to save money, cut expenses from the bottom line or achieve improvements toward sustainability, we can help. It pays to make smart energy chocies for your business.

FIBER IS COMING

Tombigbee Fiber looks to bring high-speed internet service to portion of PEPA service area.

Today, Pontotoc Electric Power Association (PEPA) announced that Tombigbee Fiber, LLC plans to build fiber in the eastern portion of Pontotoc County, Mississippi, and the southeastern portion of Union County, Mississippi, offering gigabit speeds and unrivaled customer service and responsiveness.

OUTAGES

For power outages or emergencies, please call for assistance:

662-489-6711 (Pontotoc)

662-983-2727 (Bruce)

A Pontotoc Electric dispatcher is on duty 24-hours per day, seven days per week.

IN OUR COMMUNITY

General Manager Frankie Moorman is pictured in his pink hard hat. All crew members wear pink hard hats in October to support breast cancer awareness. Also pictured is PEPA Cashier and breast cancer survivor Sandra Fair.

Breast Cancer support

Our team at Pontotoc Electric Power Association supports our community and our coworkers.  Above, General Manager Frankie Moorman is pictured in his pink hard hat.  All crew members wear pink hard hats in October to support breast cancer awareness.   Also pictured is PEPA Cashier and breast cancer survivor Sandra Fair.

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Demonstrating Pepa skills

Our employees enjoy the opportunity to educate young people in our service area on what it takes to work in the energy field.

Pontotoc Electric Apprentice Linemen Seth Moss and Walker Westmoreland hand out ice cream during downtown Pontotoc’s Customer Appreciation Day.

Customer Appreciation Day

Pontotoc Electric Apprentice Linemen Seth Moss and Walker Westmoreland hand out ice cream during downtown Pontotoc’Customer Appreciation Day.

OUR HISTORY

The year 2021 marks 86 years of doing business at Pontotoc Electric Power Association. Take a look back on some of the milestones we’ve seen during that time. We’re proud of how far we’ve come, and we are equally excited for what the future holds as we continue to serve our members and our communities.
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