Wake Forest Power News

***UPDATE - Power has been restored. The cause was a blown transformer.

Approximately 600 Wake Forest Power customers are without power.

Affected streets and areas include South Franklin Street, South White Street, Havisham Court, Evesham Court, Old Magnolia Lane, Sugar Maple...Read more

04/28/2023

Wake Forest Power (WFP) is inviting its customers to share their thoughts and opinions on WFP programs and services by completing a brief survey. Available at https://bit.ly/WakeForestSurvey , the questionnaire is available through Friday, April 21,...Read more

04/12/2023

***UPDATE - Power has been restored. The cause was an unfortunate squirrel.

Approximately 1,200 Wake Forest Power customers are without power. Affected streets and areas include Downtown Wake Forest, Dogwood, Tyler Run, Magnolia Forest, Woodland Drive, Richland, Durham Road,...Read more

04/06/2023

For the first time in two years and only the fourth time since 2008, Wake Forest Power (WFP) is raising electric rates. During Tuesday’s monthly meeting, the Board of Commissioners (BOC) voted unanimously to raise residential rates 9.5 percent in both April and September, and small and large...Read more

03/23/2023

Wake Forest Power (WFP) is inviting its customers to share their thoughts and opinions on WFP programs and services by completing a brief survey. Available at https://bit.ly/WakeForestSurvey , the questionnaire takes approximately 10 minutes to...Read more

03/17/2023

***UPDATE - Power has been restored. The cause was an unfortunate squirrel.

Approximately 60 Wake Forest Power customers in the Deacons Ridge Subdivision are without power. Affected streets include South Allen Road, Rockville Road, Deacon Ridge Street, Middle Bridge Court, Ledgerock Road...Read more

01/11/2023

Wake Forest Power (WFP) has received national recognition for achieving exceptional electric reliability in 2021. The recognition comes from the American Public Power Association (APPA), a trade group that represents more than 2,000 not-for-profit, community-owned electric utilities.

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10/06/2022

The Town of Wake Forest and Wake Forest Power (WFP) are joining more than 2,000 not-for-profit utilities in celebrating Public Power Week October 2-8. Wake Forest and WFP are marking the occasion by offering a special online trivia contest and utilizing the...Read more

09/14/2022
Approximately 240 Wake Forest Power customers along the following streets are without power:

St Catherines Dr, Cormiche Ln, Guiness Pl, Odham ln, Glencoe Dr, Kilmarnock Ct, Wahlbrink Dr, Jorpaul Dr, Templeridge Rd, Keeter Cir, Club Villas Dr, Wake Union Church Rd, Shannonford Ct, E Durness,...Read more

09/07/2022

The Town of Wake Forest will temporarily close the northbound lane of North Main Street from East Juniper Avenue to East Cedar Avenue today (Tuesday, Aug. 16), from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. The temporary lane closure is necessary to allow Wake Forest Power tree crews to prune tree limbs and branches around...Read more

08/16/2022

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