You might plant shrubs and bushes to make your yard look nicer. They might also lower your energy bill. Careful landscape planning can help protect a house from summer’s hot sun and winter’s cold winds. Here’s a quick guide to saving energy through smart planting: Determine the climate in your community and even in your… Continue reading.
When you plug a lamp or an appliance into a socket, you expect to be able to turn it on. Sometimes, though, you’ll find that the outlet is “dead.” Before you call an electrician, check a few things out: Plug something different into the same outlet. It could be that the problem is with the… Continue reading.
When Noble REMC employees would normally be setting up tents and unloading soda, buns and chips, we were instead testing out our training room to broadcast our annual meeting live on Facebook. It was a strange feeling, knowing we wouldn’t get to celebrate with you, our members, in person with our traditional picnic, but safety… Continue reading.
Did you know you can purchase your electric water heater directly from your electric co-op? That’s us! Noble REMC. Whether you’re replacing your old water heater or installing one in a new home, we provide energy efficient options free of charge or at cost, depending on the circumstances. We also provide credits for water heaters… Continue reading.
Beginning his position as District 5 Director in 2002, Bill Emmert spent 18 years giving back to the community through his service to Noble REMC. Now he wants to give an opportunity for the next generation to lead, as well as pursue other community projects that need support. A person who works hard without a… Continue reading.
With an ever-changing world, Noble REMC’s Operation Round Up program continues to give back to make sure our community’s projects remain successful. The co-op is grateful for the more than 80% of members who participate in the program, allowing their electric bills to be rounded up to the nearest dollar each month. These cents are… Continue reading.
When LaGrange County REMC employees would normally be setting up tables and unloading soda, buns and chips, we were instead testing out our training room to broadcast our annual meeting live on Facebook. It was a strange feeling, knowing we wouldn’t get to celebrate with you, our members, in person with our traditional lunch and… Continue reading.
Did you know you can purchase your water heater directly from your trusted electric cooperative? That’s us! LaGrange County REMC. Whether you’re replacing your old water heater or installing one in a new home, we provide an energy efficient option in A.O. Smith’s water heaters, and we do it at cost. The water heaters, which… Continue reading.
June 10 marked one of the worst and most widespread storms to affect our system in decades. Within minutes of storm clouds appearing in the distance, the sky was dark and up to 90-mph winds were tearing down trees and utility poles throughout LaGrange County. The sun came back out within an hour of the… Continue reading.
When the power goes out, we expect it to be restored within a few hours. But when a major storm or natural disaster causes widespread damage, extended outages may result. Our line crews work long, hard hours to restore service safely to the greatest number of consumers in the shortest time possible. Here’s what’s going… Continue reading.