Wake Forest Power News
Wake Forest Power is now utilizing Facebook to expand its outreach and communications efforts.
According to Public Works Director Magda Holloway, the popular social media site offers an effective means of communicating directly with Wake Forest Power customers concerning the utility's...Read more
The Town of Wake Forest and Wake Forest Power are joining more than 2,000 not-for-profit utilities in celebrating Public Power Week Oct. 7-13. As part of this annual week-long celebration, the Town and Wake Forest Power will offer several special events and activities:Kids' Poster Contest...Read more
Wake Forest Power (WFP) offers several convenient ways for customers to pay their electric bills. One way that helps protect the environment while also saving time and money is through WFP's paperless billing option.
Customers who sign up for the free e-billing service receive an email...Read more
Five Wake Forest Power linemen participated in the 21st Annual North Carolina Association of Municipal Electric Systems (NCAMES) Lineman's Rodeo on May 17 in Morganton, NC.
Hugo Mier, Joe Shearin and Jason Shambley competed in the Journeyman division, while Jason Walter and Lonnie Wilson...Read more
UPDATE: Power has been restored to all 2,900 Wake Forest Power customers affected by an earlier outage. The cause was due to a faulty main breaker which is being repaired.
Several customers reported issues with the outage reporting component of the Outage Management System. Wake Forest...Read more
Weather permitting, Wake Forest Power will temporarily interrupt electric service along Grayson Creek Drive, Keith Store Road and at the Food Lion, 161 Crenshaw Corners Dr., on Friday, June 1, at 5 a.m.
The outage is expected to last approximately one hour while Wake Forest Power crews...Read more
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
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