Clark County REMC is a member-owned electric cooperative headquartered in Sellersburg, Indiana. As a cooperative, Clark County 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.
Do you have lights that flicker? If you do, you know how annoying this can be. Here are some common reasons why this happens. Before you begin any work, be safe with electric components and wiring. Switch off power at your circuit breaker panel and test your work area for energized wires using a voltage… Continue reading.
Your cooperative understands the desire for options when it comes to the type of energy that powers your home. Solar has become very attractive for many of our member-consumers. Interest in green energy sources and renewables is at an all-time high. Before you decide to invest in solar and sign a contract with a solar… Continue reading.
Fiber connectivity in and outside the state got a boost this summer when 21 electric and telephone cooperative service providers who offer communications services formed Accord Telecommunications Collaborative, LLC. The consortium’s goal, Accord Chair James Tanneberger, president and CEO of South Central Indiana REMC, noted, is “to work with fellow providers of all kinds to… Continue reading.
Energy is a limited resource. It must be produced just like any other product. So when your A/C kicks on, a power plant has to make your electricity and deliver it to you, almost instantaneously. This summer, there is a chance that there may not be enough electricity to go around. The trend for the… Continue reading.
We finished up the school year with a few career and field days to show local elementary students what linemen do along with the equipment they use daily. Our linemen had a blast attending these events and talking about their jobs with these young members, while also teaching them about safety. Does your school host… Continue reading.
Clark County 4-H Fair | July 18-22
Our Time-Of-Use (TOU) program encourages residential members to reduce electricity use during peak hours and months. Participants in the program will receive a lower-priced rate for using power during off-peak periods, but will pay closer to the actual cost of electricity during periods of the highest electric demand. Our electric meters at your home can… Continue reading.
Beginning July 1, consumers will no longer pay the Indiana utility receipts tax. This tax elimination will annually put an estimated $28.5 million back in the pockets of 1.3 million Hoosiers served by the state’s 38 electric cooperatives. Clark County REMC consumers alone will save an estimated $800,000 annually from the repeal of this tax. … Continue reading.
Clark County REMC members can win four tickets to each of the Louisville Bats Sunday home games at Louisville Slugger Field. Register to win by visiting our website at THEREMC.COM/BATS