We live in a device-driven world. Our smartphones, tablets, laptops and an assortment of other devices help us communicate and connect. Companies spend billions pushing out a steady drumbeat of messages and information, and we are constantly bombarded with one-way communication. But is anyone listening on the other end? At Warren County REMC, we are… Continue reading.
Many electric space heaters advertise they can slash your electric bill. What they don’t advertise is that they can also cause that bill to increase significantly. Whether it’s a standard electric space heater you can buy at a store or a “ruby quartz” or “infrared” souped-up model advertised in a newspaper or on a billboard,… Continue reading.
A New Year brings new opportunities to save energy — and money. You may think energy efficiency upgrades require a great deal of time and expense, but that’s not always the case. If you’re interested in making your home more efficient but don’t want to break the bank, there are several DIY projects you can… Continue reading.
Warren County REMC Is an electric distribution cooperative owned by our members. Equity accumulates on each REMC account when revenues exceed the cost of doing business, termed capital credits. After a time determined by the board of directors, capital credits from each account are allocated or retired to the accountholder or his/her heirs. In December,… Continue reading.
You may not think you need to understand energy demand and purchasing, but 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. Before Noble REMC can send electricity… Continue reading.
If you want to be in the room where decisions regarding the future of Noble REMC are made, now is the time to pick up and complete a petition for a seat on our board of directors. The board is made up of nine individuals who represent their fellow members in his or her respective… Continue reading.
Here we are, kicking off a new year of “Ask the Energy Advisor.” It’s my hope you found the previous year’s articles helpful when it comes to understanding your energy consumption and ways to save. To kick off 2020, I’m taking you back to the winters of my childhood. I used to love sledding in… Continue reading.
“Darn it!” You forgot your Noble REMC bill payment was due today, and it’s after 4:30 p.m. Not to worry! Our phones are manned 24/7 to take your payments and automatically apply them to your account. Unfortunately, we’ve seen a rise in members using payment centers — located in grocery stores, gas stations and online… Continue reading.
Page Day (Jan. 22, 2020) Spend a day in the Indiana Senate with students from REMCs around the state. See the Senate in action, observe policy debates, assist legislators during session, and tour the governor’s office and Statehouse. REQUIREMENTS: You must be available on Jan. 22 and have reliable transportation to and from the Indiana… Continue reading.
“What I’ve learned is that before you do any project, call the co-op to see what money is available.” That was the reaction from Jeff Jacobs of MCJ, Inc. when he saw the big presentation check for the farm’s recent decision to go energy efficient with LED bulbs in its newly constructed barn. It also… Continue reading.
We live in a device-driven world. Our smartphones, tablets, laptops and an assortment of other devices help us communicate and connect. Companies spend billions pushing out a steady drumbeat of messages and information, and we are constantly bombarded with one-way communication. But is anyone listening on the other end? At LaGrange County REMC, we are… Continue reading.
The LaGrange County REMC annual meeting is on a new date in 2020 to accommodate our members with busy weekends in the summer. This year, the meeting will take place on Friday, June 12, from 4:30-7 p.m. While it’s on a new date, you can expect the same great fun with a free pork burger… Continue reading.
LaGrange County REMC is led by you. If you want to be in the room where decisions regarding the future of the cooperative are made, now is the time to pick up and complete a petition for a seat on our board of directors. The board is made up of seven individuals who represent their… Continue reading.