Clark County REMC
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.
What’s in store for 2023
It’s 2023, and I for one am excited for what’s in store at Clark County REMC. We have spent the last few months working with a national leader in technology planning, NRTC, to help us make the best use of the new technologies and systems out there. Much of this work will be happening behind… Continue reading.
Barton and Munk retire from REMC
After 38 years of service to Clark County REMC, Dave Barton, manager of operations and engineering, retired at the end of 2022. Barton started his career with REMC as a groundman and then was given the opportunity to be an apprentice lineman in 1984. His drive to continue training and learning didn’t stop in 1989… Continue reading.
Check out our new website
In addition to our new logo, revealed last year, we took some time to revamp our website. Through our website you can pay your bill, take care of most account inquiries through our SmartHub portal, apply for rebates, keep up with REMC news and events, and check out all the youth programs that REMC has… Continue reading.
Drive-thru holiday event is magical
We had a magical time at our 3rd annual Santa’s Wonderland. Hundreds of members and their families came by to wave at characters from “Toy Story,” “Frozen,” “Charlie Brown,” and “Elf.” And watching kids’ faces light up when they saw Santa, Mrs. Claus, and two real live reindeer made it worth all the work that… Continue reading.
Through a complex, dual-stage project, Hoosier Energy is working diligently to upgrade grid technology and infrastructure. Straddling the White River in Greene County, just southwest of Bloomfield, is a three-quarter mile stretch of Hoosier Energy power lines in the territory of the Utilities District of Western Indiana (UDWI) REMC. Those lines were strategically placed out… Continue reading.
Warm hands and warm hearts
We are accepting donations now through Dec. 16. The tradition continues this year with the winter warmth tree. Please consider making a donation of new gloves, hats, scarves, and socks to warm the hands and hearts of families who can’t afford to buy the basics for this winter. Donations are accepted now through Dec. 16… Continue reading.
You give … we give back!
Exchange six canned or non-perishable food items for a free energy kit valued at $30. The canned food items will be distributed to area food pantries. The need is great! This exchange is for Clark County REMC members only during the month of December. One exchange per member while supplies last. Energy kits are limited… Continue reading.
Join us for some holiday magic
Time: 6 – 8 p.m. When: Thursday, Dec. 15 Where: Clark County REMC grounds FREE kid’s craft and goody bag for each child. Bring a camera to take pictures of Santa and his reindeer from your car. This is a drive-through style event. Please remain in your vehicle as you drive through Santa’s wonderland.
Hard working and community minded
December is finally here! I first stepped into the offices at Clark County REMC just under one year ago, and I am still humbled by how fortunate I am to work with some of the hardest-working, community-minded people I’ve ever known. From 4-H festivals to high school career fairs to community service projects, it’s been… Continue reading.
Employees graduate from HEATS program￼
In 2019, Hoosier Energy’s Training and Safety Department developed a new apprenticeship program: HEATS Member Service Representative Apprenticeship. This 2½ year program provided participants with the skills necessary to deliver effective member support and communication. It also provided training in customer service, industry knowledge, and field terminology, and has received accreditation from the Department of… Continue reading.
Miller facilitates course
Jeremy Miller, manager of finance and administration, was invited to co-facilitate a Work Orders class at IEC in Indianapolis. This class was designed for electric cooperative employees in the state of Indiana who have any part of dealing with work orders. The course brought out the importance of operations and accounting in the work order… Continue reading.