Do you ever look at your energy bill and wonder what it all means? If your answer to that question is “yes,” then you might be interested to learn how demand impacts your utility bill. How electricity is made and delivered Before Southeastern Indiana REMC can send electricity to your home, that electricity needs to… Continue reading.
One of the perks of being a member of Southeastern Indiana REMC is having your voice heard. We’ve been seeing more interest from you about generating your own energy. The My Solar program was developed to give you direct access to solar energy right in your area. This program will be in place for the… Continue reading.
Now that summer is in full swing, like many of you, I welcome more opportunities to be outdoors and enjoy the warmer weather. Summertime brings many of my favorite activities like cooking out with family and friends, afternoons on the water and simply slowing down a bit to enjoy life. But summer months also… Continue reading.
2020 was full of tough decisions in service to Noble REMC’s members, employees and community. While we were encouraged by the continued recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic earlier this year, too much was still undecided and unpredictable to plan and safely hold an in-person Annual Meeting and Picnic. With safety a top priority, members voted… Continue reading.
We know it’s been a while since you’ve seen your directors at the annual meeting and other community events. However, they’ve been working hard behind the scenes to continue to educate themselves through professional development and industry training. Noble REMC’s bylaws state that our directors are required to complete the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association… Continue reading.
Noble REMC talks the talk, and now we walk the walk…well, drive is more like it. The co-op recently invested in the purchase of the completely electric 2021 Mustang Mach-E to showcase the dependability and reliability of the technology and encourage our members to learn about the benefits of EVs. If Energy Advisor Brian Hawk’s… Continue reading.
Noble REMC congratulates Cameryn Proxmire, a local eighth grader, who was awarded honorable mention in the annual statewide Cooperative Calendar of Student Art Contest. Proxmire attends St. John Lutheran School in Kendallville and will receive a $75 cash prize, as well as be featured in 2022’s calendar. Members can pick up a calendar later this… Continue reading.
Much like taking a car in for an oil change, Noble REMC’s electric grid system goes through routine maintenance to ensure its reliability in providing power to our members. It’s not the most visible work that we do, but it’s some of the most important. “It’s about being proactive, rather than reactive,” said Operations and… Continue reading.
Similar to our current investment in electric vehicles and research into broadband internet options, Noble REMC has always strived to be at the forefront of new technology and services that could better our members’ experience. Our 85 years of archives mentions everything from essential items still in use, such as automated metering infrastructure, to the… Continue reading.
Miami-Cass REMC exists to serve our members as a low-cost and reliable electric service provider. Your cooperative, in conjunction with our power supplier (Wabash Valley Power Alliance), is constantly looking to increase reliability through reducing outages. One of the ways to maintain reliability is being able to switch substations to keep the power flowing to… Continue reading.
Lora Goodman began her career with Miami-Cass REMC in October 2008. In her 13 years with the cooperative, she has held a variety of important positions. Initially, she was trained as a customer service representative, but was quickly moved to the accounting department. Goodman remained in that position until 2015 when she moved to the… Continue reading.