If you’ve been looking for a way to get involved with your REMC, serving as a nominating committee member from your district is an ideal place to start. The members of this committee help find qualified director candidates and oversee the voting process at the annual meeting. In 2022, the members of Southeastern Indiana REMC… Continue reading.
October is here, which means it’s National Co-op Month! Co-op Month is the perfect time to celebrate our unique business model and all the good things Southeastern Indiana REMC is doing to impact the quality of life in Southeastern Indiana. Member satisfaction and service Each year, a portion of our excess revenue is returned to… Continue reading.
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It may seem strange to look backward in order to move forward, but after 85 years, there’s a lot we’ve learned from how we were founded and how we’ve served our community through the decades. It’s prepared us to continue to innovate as we move through the next few decades with new technology and changing… Continue reading.
Celebrated in October, Co-op Month has unintentionally become a month of action for our cooperative throughout history. It’s when we’ve created new programs, assisted other co-ops after disasters and prepared for the impact of technology. Let’s look at 10 moments in history in honor of the 10th month: 1936: The Noble County REMC articles of… Continue reading.
Did you know you can purchase your water heater directly from your trusted electric co-op? That’s us! Noble REMC. Whether you’re replacing your old water heater or installing one, we provide energy-efficient options free of charge or at/below cost, depending on the circumstances. We also provide credits for water heaters purchased elsewhere. For those replacing… Continue reading.
GREG MILLION, technician for Miami-Cass REMC, started his career with the cooperative in 2008 as an apprentice lineman. He worked as an apprentice lineman for his first four years with the REMC. Million then graduated from the Rural Electric Apprenticeship Program in 2012 and received an associate degree in applied sciences from Ivy Tech Community… Continue reading.
Chandler Alwine started with Broadway Broadband in August. He is a network manager reporting to Director of Information Technology Matt Mavrick and is responsible for splicing and fiber design, and the mapping and scheduling of underground wire jobs. He has three people reporting to him. Prior to joining Broadway Broadband, Alwin worked for five years… Continue reading.
Counted seven board members attending. Attorney Jeremy Fetty attended via teleconference. Jim Savage presented the WVPA report. Fetty presented the legal report. Rob Schwartz presented the monthly CEO report. Minutes from the previous board meeting were approved. Schwartz gave the financial report. July monthly operating, member services and safety reports were reviewed and approved. Set… Continue reading.
Make sure your yard is clear of such things as ladders, hoses, dog leashes and flowerpots that can trip young ones. Make sure any outdoor lighting or other electric decorations are rated for outdoor use. Battery-powered jack-o’-lantern candles are preferable to a real flame. If you do use candles, place the pumpkin well away from… Continue reading.
It was 1936. Electrifying rural LaGrange County farms and homes was not part of the plans of larger electric companies. To power their community, a group of neighbors rolled up their sleeves and decided to take matters into their own hands. The Rural Electrification Act had just become enacted into law by President Franklin D…. Continue reading.