Satilla REMC 2023 June Newsletter

Local Students Selected for Prestigious Washington Youth Tour Click Here to Read More

Please remember to follow these guidelines as you prepare to work outdoors this year:

Spring is officially here, and outdoor activities are picking up. Whether you are playing outdoors with your children or working on landscaping projects, keep a safe distance from power lines and other equipment your co-op uses to get electricity to your home. Satilla REMC encourages everyone to follow these guidelines as they prepare to work outdoors this year: Always remember to: • Look up and around you. Always be aware of the location of power lines, particularly when using long...


Area high-school students Kaitlyn Tanner, AnnaKate Hollingsworth, Maura Kate Waters, and Connor Chapman have been selected to participate in the 2023 Washington Youth Tour sponsored by Satilla REMC and The National Rural Electric Cooperative Association. The teen-delegates will explore government on a local and national level, gathering in Atlanta before departing for Washington D.C. Tanner, Hollingsworth, Waters, and Chapman join 105 students from Satilla’s sister electric co-ops...

Satilla REMC Newsletter March 2023

Satilla REMC Foundation’s Generous Donations to Benefit Coastal Pines and Wiregrass Technical Students and Programs, Wayne County High School Student Takes First Place at Area VI Wiring Event, Why Is My Electric Bill So High? Click Here for More Information

Satilla REMC Newsletter December 2022

Satilla REMC Celebrates 85th Annual Meeting, 2022 Satilla REMC Christmas Card Winners, Rooftop Solar Click Here for More Information

September 2022 Newsletter

Satilla Members are cordially invited to attend the 85th Annual Membership Meeting of Satilla REMC on Tuesday, October 11, 2022 at Memorial Stadium in Waycross. Click Here for More Information

June 2022 Newsletter

Local Students Selected for Prestigious Washington Youth Tour


Satilla REMC is attempting to locate former members whose capital credit checks were issued in 2016 but have been unclaimed. A list of these members and instructions for claiming these funds will be posted on April 1st at our corporate office located at 928 GA Hwy 32 E, Alma, GA, for review from 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. The last possible date to claim capital credit funds is September 30, 2022.

Satilla Foundation Donations to Benefit Tech Colleges

Click here to view full March 2022 Newsletter (PDF). Satilla REMC Foundation’s Generous Donations to Benefit Coastal Pines and Wiregrass Technical Students and Programs Since 1937 Satilla REMC has been dedicated to improving the quality of life in South Georgia. Satilla does this by not only providing affordable electric service to our members but by also being an active supporter and champion of the education institutions in our local communities. The Satilla Rural Electric...

Satilla Holds "Mail-In" Annual Meeting

Click here to view full December 2021 Newsletter (PDF) 2021 Annual Meeting October is usually the month when an overflowing crowd of Satilla EMC Members, their families and guests gather at Memorial Stadium in Waycross to take part in Satilla’s Annual Meeting. Unfortunately, the health risks and social restrictions associated with the COVID-19 pandemic once again made convening a traditional in-person Annual Meeting unrealistic this year. That did not stop Satilla Members from...

Satilla REMC and Conexon Connect Announce Broadband Project in SE Georgia

SATILLA REMC AND CONEXON CONNECT TO INVEST $150 MILLION TO BRING FIBER BROADBAND TO SOUTH GEORGIA Partnership will deliver Gigabit-speed fiber internet access and reliable phone services in nine counties, and provide enhanced smart grid electric infrastructure improvements (ALMA, Ga. – May 25, 2021) – More than 57,000 south Georgia rural homes and businesses will have access to reliable, affordable, high-speed fiber broadband service through a new...

Satilla REMC Crews Help in Kentucky After Ice Storms

Click here to view full June 2021 Newsletter (PDF) Several crews from Satilla REMC made the trip to northeast Kentucky during February to help Clark Energy Cooperative after back-to-back winter storms covered the area in ice. Half of Clark Energy’s 20,000 Members lost power, and it took 12 long, cold days for a complete restoration. Along with the ice, frigid working conditions, slick roads and difficult terrain made the job even harder. Satilla REMC has a long history of sending and...