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.
Every May, we celebrate Electrical Safety Month. It’s a time when we shine a spotlight on ways we keep members safe. This year we are focusing on electricity theft. Every year, electric cooperatives across the country cope with thieves—folks who deliberately tamper with their electric meter to steal power. Not only is this practice extremely… Continue reading.
We are proud of the programs we offer that focus on young people in our communities. Every year, high school juniors from all around Indiana are selected to participate in a trip to Washington, D.C. This year, we are sponsoring five students on this amazing trip of a lifetime. High school juniors were asked to… Continue reading.
American Energy will be doing our pole inspection this year. They are expected to start middle of May and will be here several months. There will be three guys, one white truck with Contracted by Clark County REMC signs and a white ATV with flashing lights. They wear vests with “AES Utility Inspection” on them. They… Continue reading.
Our very own Kevin Porter, lineman, joined a crew of 15 other Indiana electric cooperative linemen on a trip to a developing area of Guatemala in March as part of an international initiative to bring electricity to the region. The crew spent two weeks electrifying the village of El Zapotillo in Huehuetenango. The team electrified… Continue reading.
One of my favorite events of the year is the annual meeting. This year marked the 78th annual meeting and it was held on April 8. We are unpacking, taking notes on ways to improve, and already planning for 2018. It takes a lot of time and hard work by each of the employees and… Continue reading.
It’s that time of year again; Clark County REMC is gearing up for the 2017 annual meeting, which will be held on Saturday, April 8, at Silver Creek High School. Clark County REMC employees work hard to host this fun event, and I encourage you to attend and exercise some of the many rights you… Continue reading.
We recently announced a rate increase that will be put into effect with billing in May 2017. The rates residential members pay for electric service will increase by approximately 3.28 percent for 1,000 kWh’s. You may recall in May 2016 that your REMC conducted a cost of service study. This study helped us to identify… Continue reading.
Our employees and board of directors would like to wish you and your family a very happy Easter holiday. This is the perfect opportunity to count our blessings as we spend the day with loved ones. As we’ve done for many years, the REMC will light the Cross on the Knobs to celebrate the holiday…. Continue reading.
Linemen serve on the frontlines of our nation’s energy needs, and on April 18, 2017, Clark County REMC will honor the men and women who work in challenging and often dangerous conditions to keep the lights on. We are proud to recognize all electric linemen for the services they perform around the clock in difficult… Continue reading.
Clark County REMC is a great resource for building energy-efficient homes. If your in the market to buy or build a home, or you’re ready to remodel your present home, attend one of the REMC’s FREE Touchstone Energy Home Seminars. You’ll learn great ways to save money through energy-efficient construction techniquest. All seminars are held… Continue reading.
Your old fridge or freezer can use up to four times the energy of newer models. Here’s a plan: Let us recycle it. We’ll haul it away for free, you’ll get $50 and save up to $150 a year in energy costs. It’s a retirement plan that really pays. Appliance Requirements: Must be a non-commercial… Continue reading.
Ruth Ann Graves is working for you. As a Member Service Specialist, Ruth Ann has been with Clark County REMC for 18 years. When asked what he enjoys most about her job, she stated, “The members of Clark County REMC are very important to me. I especially love how much our community cares for one another.”… Continue reading.