Lineworkers serve on the front lines of our nation’s energy needs, and on April 13, 2020, Southeastern Indiana REMC, along with other electric cooperatives across the country, will honor the brave men and women who work hard to keep the lights on. Line crews work around the clock, sometimes in difficult and dangerous conditions, to… Continue reading.
What is it? Come and spend the day with your fellow members and cooperative family to vote for your future directors, as well as share a free porkburger lunch, enjoy family-friendly activities and interact with local community organizations. It’s our favorite day of the year, and we hope it becomes yours! When? Saturday, June 6… Continue reading.
“Every bit helps.” Chain O’ Lakes State Park was on the receiving end of this when it recently went through renovations to update the lighting system at its headquarters to LED. Through Noble REMC’s Power Moves® energy-efficiency program, the Albion state park received $1,710 in cash back for making the decision. Pictured at left are… Continue reading.
It’s a new day and age. People’s schedules fill up faster than ever. Between commuting to and from work, driving kids to their practices and volunteering in the community, free time is slim and convenience means everything. That’s why we’ve decided to make changes to the LaGrange County REMC Annual Meeting to allow more members… Continue reading.
Regardless of how you choose to vote for the LaGrange County REMC Board of Directors, every member who votes receives a $10 bill credit (one credit per account). So why not take two minutes to have your voice heard and earn a little cash back? New this year, we’re providing three ways to vote in… Continue reading.
It came as a shock to Superintendent Jeff Reed when he heard the numbers. By the end of the year, it’s estimated Prairie Heights School Corporation, a member of the co-op, will have saved more than 1 million kilowatt-hours since the corporation first started energy efficiency upgrades in 2015. “Is that right? I’m going to… Continue reading.
Heartland REMC is again offering financial scholarships to assist students of REMC members. At this year’s Annual Meeting – scheduled for Saturday, June 27 – the names of 20 eligible winners will be drawn at random and announced near the close of the co-op’s business meeting. Under the guidelines, winning students will receive $500 to… Continue reading.
When you recycle or donate your used electronics, like computers, cell phones and flat screens, you do the environment a big favor. Recycling 1 million laptops saves roughly the amount of energy it takes to power more than 3,500 homes in a year. Even if the device isn’t usable, it still contains metals, plastics and… Continue reading.
Spring is here. You can practically smell the freshly-cut grass. If you’re in the market to upgrade your lawn care equipment, you may want to consider electric (or battery-powered) options. Gas-powered lawn mowers and trimmers may be your go-to, but the times, they are a-changin’ — make that a-chargin’. Electric lawn care equipment options are… Continue reading.