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April 22, 2019
PIE&G Communities First Fund Awards $23,000 in Local Grants

Presque Isle Electric & Gas Co-op members continue to give generously to assist area community organizations and individuals through the voluntary round up of their electric and natural gas billings.  Member contributions to the PIE&G Communities First Fund enable awards for grants and scholarships in their local communities within PIE&G’s service area. 

At a recent meeting, the PIE&G Communities First Fund Board of Directors finalized review of applications and made awards of $23,000 in grants to the recipients below.


April 5, 2019
NATIONAL LINEWORKERS APPRECIATION DAY IS APRIL 8

The National Rural Electric Cooperative Association has designated April 8th as National Lineworkers Appreciation Day. PIE&G proudly acknowledges its electric lineworkers and all of its employees – past and present - for their services. According to CEO Tom Sobeck, “All of our employees, including electric linemen, work day and night, often in hazardous conditions, to safely restore service. Employees work together and go above and beyond when the power goes out or natural gas service is compromised.


News and Events

February 25, 2019
5:30 pm Update - PIE&G Crews Make Substantial Progress Restoring Outages

February 25, 2019
Blizzard Causes Significant Widespread Outages

February 21, 2019
Photo Contest: Enter and Vote by March 20

February 20, 2019
Members Report Suspicious Calls

January 31, 2019
PIE&G Assures Members of Adequate Natural Gas Supply

January 16, 2019
PIE&G Communities First Fund Awards $16,969 in Local Grants

November 20, 2018
PIE&G Communities First Fund Awards $8,000 in Local Grants

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