Wake Forest Power News
The Town of Wake Forest and Kino Mountain Productions are two-time winners in the 2018 Telly Awards.
The 39 th Annual Telly Awards recognized Wake Forest and Kino Mountain as "Bronze" Telly Award winners for their Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources Department video, "Creating...Read more
Hundreds of lineworkers from public power utilities across the country will gather in Wake Forest this Saturday, April 28, for the 2018 Public Power Lineworkers Rodeo. During the rodeo, participants will demonstrate how quickly and safely they can climb power poles, hang transformers, rescue...Read more
Approximately 30 Wake Forest Power customers who live in the vicinity of South Main Street, between Ligon Mill Road and Rogers Road, are without power this morning after a UPS truck struck a transformer box along the 200 block of Alberbury Commons Court.
There are no reported injuries...Read more
The Town of Wake Forest is partnering with the American Public Power Association (APPA), ElectriCities of NC and the North Carolina Association of Municipal Electric Systems (NCAMES) to host the 2018 Public Power Lineworkers Rodeo. The event is scheduled for Saturday, April 28, and will take...Read more
Wake Forest Power has received national recognition for achieving exceptional electric reliability in 2017. The recognition comes from the American Public Power Association (www.PublicPower.org), a trade group that represents more than 2,000 not-for-profit, community-owned electric utilities....Read more
Wake Forest Power has been named a 2018 "Tree Line USA" utility by the National Arbor Day Foundation. The award acknowledges Wake Forest Power's commitment to proper tree pruning, planting and care.
This marks the fourth year in a row Wake Forest Power has earned the honor.
The American Public Power Association (APPA) has chosen Wake Forest as the site of the 2018 Public Power Lineworkers Rodeo. The event will take place on Saturday, April 28, 2018, at 8 a.m. on property just north of Wake Forest's Holding Village at the end of South Franklin Street.
Over 1,000 Wake Forest Power customers who live in and around downtown Wake Forest are without power this afternoon after a squirrel came in to contact with a transformer.
Affected areas include portions of Elm Avenue, Holding Ridge Subdivision, Pineview Estates Subdivision, South Main...Read more
Wake Forest Power is celebrating Public Power Week this week by releasing a new series of videos that highlights the efforts of electric utility employees.
Entitled "The People Behind Wake Forest Power," the four-part series features Tree Trimming Supervisor Jimmie Kearney, Electric...Read more
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