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.
Exchange six canned or non-perishable food items for a free energy kit valued at $25 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 December. One exchange per member while supplies last. Energy kits are limited to the first… Continue reading.
For more than 30 years, REMC members have been able to go through their local electric co-op to purchase a water heaters and have them installed at a great price from a great local company. Beginning next month, we will no longer sell or install water heaters for REMC members. We know this is a… Continue reading.
HVAC, Hybrid Water Heaters, Electric Lawn Equipment, and HVAC Tune-Up Rebates: If you installed a qualifying heat pump, geothermal unit or heat pump hybrid water heater in 2021, you may be eligible for a rebate. If you purchased electric lawn equipment or tuned up your HVAC this year you may be eligible for a rebate…. Continue reading.
Did you know your electric cooperative, Clark County REMC, is a not-for-profit owned by those it serves? Join a dynamic organization by serving on the Clark County REMC board of directors. Deadline for petitions is Jan. 3, 2022, at 4 p.m. The board of directors for Clark County REMC is the legal body which both the… Continue reading.
At Clark County REMC, we work hard to minimize increases in our electric rates. While virtually all aspects of today’s cost of living continue to rise, we pride ourselves on avoiding routine price adjustments. We believe that reliable electric service at a reasonable price is something our members should be able to count on. Even… Continue reading.
The following nine employees are celebrating milestone anniversaries at the REMC. We thank them for their commitment to providing you with the best service possible.
We are proud to announce that Clay Willis, journeyman lineman, has received certification to be an Emergency Medical Responder (EMR). Willis now has the knowledge and skills necessary to provide immediate lifesaving interventions. He also has the training to provide assistance to higher-level personnel at the scene of emergencies and during transport. Emergency Medical Responders… Continue reading.
Clark County REMC would like to thank Chuck Tiemann, senior risk management/regulatory consultant at Indiana Electric Cooperatives, for his decades of service and leadership. Tiemann’s passion for safety and excellence is second to none, and every REMC family is made better by knowing him and following his advice. We thank him for turning his personal… Continue reading.
The tradition continues this year with the glove/mitten/scarf tree! Thanks to you and our employees and directors, hundreds of gloves, scarves and socks have been donated to agencies working with families in need in our service area. Please make a contribution this year to warm the hands and heart of a child or adult who… Continue reading.
CAMP KILOWATT | June 8-11 A fun, unique and electrifying camp experience designed for students entering seventh grade in 2022. Horseback riding, canoeing, zip lining, archery, swimming, learning about electrical safety and bucket truck rides. APPLY: Go to clarkremc.coop/camp to apply. Applications must be completed online by Feb. 18. INDIANA YOUTH TOUR | June 16-23 Clark… Continue reading.
Hoosier Energy, your co-op’s power provider, routinely inspects grid components, including the conductor that transmits high-voltage power throughout central and southern Indiana. This process is labor-intensive as it requires de-energizing a portion of the grid. Line crews can then safely remove a section of the conductor and send it to a lab to determine if… Continue reading.