The phrase “All politics is local” means that even national politics have a local impact, and people care most about issues that directly affect them. At Warren County REMC, we think it’s important to be aware of political issues on the national level, but even more critical to develop and cultivate relationships with local legislators… Continue reading.
Clearing trees and overgrown vegetation is vital to provide safe, reliable power to our consumer-members. We clear certain areas in our service territory, known as rights-of-way, to: Keep power lines clear of tree limbs Restore power more quickly. Keep crews and members of our community safe. Reduce unexpected costs for repairs. Vegetation management improves service… Continue reading.
Many of you are probably familiar with the classic novel “Great Expectations” by Charles Dickens. In this story, the main character, Pip, is continually evaluating himself and his situation as he strives to improve and advance his station in life. The fundamental ideas of ambition and self-improvement are at the center of the story. … Continue reading.
As we have shared for the last few months, Clark County REMC will be implementing a small rate increase, beginning with the bill you receive in February. We know that any price increase is difficult, so we work hard to control our costs and keep our rates as stable as possible. Below are a few… Continue reading.
A huge thank you to everyone who attended our drive through Santa event on Dec. 9. It was a night full of fun, magic and perfect weather. We enjoyed seeing everyone and sharing this special event with you. The planning for December 2022 is already underway and we are looking forward to an even bigger… Continue reading.
Installing energy-efficient appliances and making energy-smart changes around the house are great ways to help you save on your electric bill (find lots of energy-saving tips at clarkremc.coop/101-ways-save-energy-and-money). But many families need more information to make the right choice. Here are several ways you can take control of your account to make the best choice… Continue reading.
The REMC is excited to welcome our newest cashier, Angie Keasler. Keasler joins us from Crothersville Community Schools where she worked as the administrative assistant. She is originally from Crothersville, but now resides in Henryville with her family. Angie and her husband, Cory, have been married for 26 years and have four children ranging in… Continue reading.
CAMP KILOWATT | June 8-11 A fun, unique and electrifying camp experience designed for students entering seventh grade in 2022. Horseback riding, canoeing, zip lining, archery, swimming, learning about electrical safety and bucket truck rides. APPLY: Go to clarkremc.coop/camp to apply. Applications must be completed online by Feb. 18. INDIANA YOUTH TOUR | June 16-23 Clark… Continue reading.
One of the things that makes our community special is the beautiful nature that surrounds us. We are fortunate to have so many trees that offer beauty, shade and a habitat for wildlife. We know that you appreciate our community for many of the same reasons. At BCREMC we strive to balance maintaining beautiful surroundings… Continue reading.
Baby, it’s cold outside! When you’re feeling chilly at home, there are several budget-friendly ways you can keep comfortable without turning up the thermostat. Here are five easy ways to stay cozy this winter. Whether you’re experiencing extremely cold winter temps or you simply “run cold,” an electric blanket can deliver quick warmth like a… Continue reading.
Starting on mid-January bills, Bartholomew County REMC members will once again see a credit in the wholesale tracker adjustment effective January 1. This tracker, passed directly to members from our power supplier, Hoosier Energy, will be ($0.000717) per kwh or approximately a credit of $0.72 per 1,000 kWh used. That makes the total per kWh… Continue reading.
Remember to look at your first BCREMC bill of the year to see your total Operation Round Up contribution for 2021. Your contributions are a charitable donation to the Bartholomew County Community Trust and are tax deductible. Approximately 50 percent of our membership participated in Operation Round Up during 2021. Please consider rounding up your… Continue reading.