It’s your worst-case scenario. A major storm was predicted and this time, the predictions were right. Many power lines are down, and your electricity may be out for several days. You are low on everything — food, pet supplies, toilet paper, batteries, diapers and your medication. Imagine how you would feel in this situation. While… Continue reading.
Do you want to have more control over how much you spend each month for electricity? If the answer is “yes,” then Warren County REMC has an option for you. It is called Pre Pay Electric Service and it’s now available to our members. You start Pre Pay by initiating pre-paid service with as little… Continue reading.
Starting this month through January, Warren County REMC will be conducting a survey of residential co-op members. This telephone survey is conducted every three years and helps our power supplier, Wabash Valley Power Alliance, determine how much power we’ll need in the near future. The survey will be conducted by Oppenheim Research, a Tallahassee, Florida,… Continue reading.
As a past or present member of Warren County REMC, you may now be familiar with the capital credit disbursement process. When revenue exceeds operating expenses in any given year, the excess is termed “earned margins.” Each account holder is allocated a portion of these margins in direct proportion to the amount of electricity purchased,… Continue reading.
It’s your worst-case scenario. A major storm was predicted, and this time, the predictions were right. Many power lines are down, and your electricity may be out for several days. You are low on everything — food, pet supplies, toilet paper, batteries, diapers and your medication. Imagine how you would feel. While you can’t predict… Continue reading.
Manager Jim Grocock knows when most people look at the piles of rubble in and around Glen Hunter & Associates (GH&A), they don’t see what he sees. “When people come in here, they see a bunch of junk,” Grocock said. “Really, it’s bags of money.” The piles of bricks and mix are the remnants of… Continue reading.
With fall just around the corner, I find myself pondering the fundamentals of refrigeration. Before I lose you, hear me out. I’m talking about heat pumps. A heat pump is essentially an air conditioner that can be operated in reverse to move heat from outside to inside of your home. Heat pumps have taken it… Continue reading.
Congratulations to the Mid-America Windmill Museum, which celebrated its 25th anniversary with a special celebration in July! A member of Noble REMC, we’ve watched as the museum has grown and prospered into what it is today: a display of 52 windmills to educate, preserve and build awareness of the engineering feat. The Electric Consumer (now… Continue reading.
While you were grabbing a corn dog or lemon shake up, you may have seen our system engineer, Kenny Kill, visiting the Noble County Community 4-H Fair. While he may have also indulged in the great food, he was there to give back to the community by helping to judge the 4-H Electric projects. Kill,… Continue reading.
An average donation of $6 a year from you means a lot of good for those around you. Because of our members’ generosity, Noble REMC’s Operation Round Up Trust Fund was able to award grants to six local nonprofit organizations this quarter. This is made possible by the more than 80 percent of our members… Continue reading.
It’s that time of the season, with fall just around the corner, when you want to hop in the car, roll the windows down and enjoy the Indiana scenery with the radio as your soundtrack. Unfortunately, the cost of gas usually determines how far you’re willing to go on such a road trip. That may… Continue reading.
We all need a reliable energy grid, right? So, it’s fair to say we should all share in the costs of building and maintaining it. That’s the premise of LaGrange County REMC’s new rate design that will go into effect next month. These changes will make the cost of service more equitable between the different… Continue reading.