Carroll White REMC is a member-owned electric cooperative headquartered in Monticello, Indiana. As a cooperative, Carroll White REMC follows seven core principles that are universal to cooperatives worldwide. Among those principles is one stressing education, training and information. Indiana Connection, a monthly magazine published especially for Indiana’s electric cooperative members, is one way the REMC informs and educates its members. Indiana Connection is available not only in a print format, but as an electronic publication for those who prefer getting their information on their electronic devices
Carroll White REMC and IEC board member Gary Gerlach was honored by close friend and IEC Board President Steve McMichael with the first ever IEC Distinguished Director Service Award. McMichael said that Gerlach exemplifies the 3E’s (Engaged, Equipped, and Educated) as well as the Seven Cooperative Principles.
Electric vehicle drivers eating at the Beef House Restaurant in Covington can now fill up their automobiles at the same time. The electric vehicle charger installed at the Beef House is one of over 50 high-speed direct current fast charger stations in a new statewide network created by GO Electric Vehicle Indiana (GOEVIN). The collaboration… Continue reading.
The Carroll White REMC board of directors met on Nov. 21. Roll call was taken, and the previous board meeting minutes were approved. The board then reviewed changes to the Rules and Regulations for Carroll White REMC. This review process is done every two to three years or as needed. The last review was June… Continue reading.
Together our small change makes a difference! Operation Round Up participants put their nickels and dimes to work each month for the good of our community. Customers who volunteer for the program will have their electric bills rounded up to the next dollar each month. For example, rather than paying $61.75, you would pay an… Continue reading.
Carroll White REMC is pleased to recognize this year’s junior board members in a series of articles. REMC’s employees and board of directors place a high priority on working with youth in our community. “Being a member of the Carroll White REMC Junior Board of Directors is an opportunity to contribute to your community and… Continue reading.
TAYLOR BURNS Taylor Burns is a senior at Twin Lakes High School. She is the daughter of Brian and Heather Burns and lives with her family in Monticello. “My brother, Nate, was on the Carroll White REMC Junior Board of Directors, and he thought it would be something I would be interested in,” said Burns…. Continue reading.
MAKING GEOTHERMAL MORE AFFORDABLE Are the upfront costs of installing a geothermal heat pump keeping you from switching your home or business to this energy-efficient heating and cooling system? Carroll White REMC’s new Looped In program is here to help you! Carroll White REMC will pay to have a member’s loop system installed. The REMC… Continue reading.
The following are the guidelines from the bylaws for director nomination procedures for Carroll White REMC. The bylaws state: It shall be the duty of each director to call a meeting of the members of their district during the year in which a director is to be elected for their district at least 75 days… Continue reading.
Carroll White REMC’s Operation Round Up program will reach a historic milestone in its grant distribution in the next few months. “It is expected that Operation Round Up will top $1 million in grants in the first quarter of 2024,” said Casey Crabb, Carroll White REMC communications and public relations manager. “We are excited to… Continue reading.