At Warren County REMC, we strive to maintain a reliable power supply by keeping power lines clear in rights-of-way (ROW). A right-of-way is the land we use to construct, maintain, replace or repair underground and overhead power lines. Rights-of-way enable the co-op to provide clearance from trees and other obstructions that could hinder the power… Continue reading.
Life is fast, and it can be hectic, but it doesn’t all have to be complicated. Paying your Warren County REMC bill shouldn’t be a complex task, and with our SmartHub web and mobile app, it won’t be. You may have heard about SmartHub, our innovative tool for account management, but what can it do… Continue reading.
For most people, their electricity provider is just the company that keeps the lights on. However, an REMC’s relationship with its consumer-owners is different. Since the 1930s, REMCs have thrived because of the political engagement between their consumer-owners and local, state and federal governments. Indiana’s electric cooperatives advocate for rural Hoosiers like you on the… Continue reading.
Can donating a few pennies a month to help others really make an impact? They can when those pennies are combined with similar donations from other electric cooperative consumers. That is the whole premise behind Operation Round Up. Through the aptly named program, those who receive their electric service from a cooperative like Southeastern Indiana… Continue reading.
Internet is a necessity in today’s world. It is needed to do almost everything: attend school, complete homework, run a business, access doctors and medical care, or even stream a movie with your family. Unfortunately for many rural Americans, internet access is limited at best. For many, it simply isn’t even an option because there… Continue reading.
Southeastern Indiana REMC and Hoosier Energy have teamed up to offer your farm or rural business the opportunity to take part in a shared cost American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE) Level II Energy Audit. Certified energy auditors will review your operation’s energy consumption, facilities equipment and run-times in an on-site visit to… Continue reading.
82nd ANNUAL MEETING AGENDA | Thursday, June 17 5:30 p.m. WELCOME: Mike Barron, Emcee INVOCATION: Eric McCoy NATIONAL ANTHEM: Taped CALL TO ORDER: Jim Savage, Board President CEO COMMENTS: Rob Schwartz, CEO 6:05 p.m. ELECTION REPORT: Jeremy Fetty, REMC Attorney PRIZE DRAWINGS (Must have registration card turned in by 4 P.M. on June 17 To be… Continue reading.
Mike Barron Kim Burton Tony Caldwell, board Karen Chester Kolbie Cox Mike Fross Lora Goodman Kerri Gaumer Mark Hahn, board Michelle Hays Derek Haynes Zac Hostetler Jack Kellems Wyatt Kingery Scott Marschand, board Matt Mavrick Brendan McGehee Greg Million Scott Richardson Gary Rowe Dennis “Jim” Savage, board Rob Schwartz Cindy Scott, board Todd Smith, board … Continue reading.
District 1: Allen, Erie, Jefferson, Perry, Peru, Richland and Union townships of Miami County and Paw Paw Township of Wabash County Dennis (Jim) Savage has been a Miami-Cass REMC member for 44 years and has lived on the co-op’s lines all his life. He currently serves as president of the REMC’s board of directors and… Continue reading.
The 81st Member Appreciation Day and Annual Meeting of the Miami-Cass County Rural Electric Membership Corporation was held at the Miami-Cass REMC headquarters, Peru, Indiana, on Tuesday, Sept. 15, 2020. Due to COVID-19, the meeting was held virtually, a first for the cooperative. Members registered for the meeting by completing a card and returning it… Continue reading.
Members in good standing with their co-op have the right to seek election to the board of directors. While serving on a board is certainly not for everyone, it is healthy for any co-op to have an engaged membership with a portion of the members interested in serving in a leadership role. At Miami-Cass REMC,… Continue reading.