Decatur County REMC is a member-owned electric cooperative headquartered in Greensburg, Indiana. As a cooperative, Decatur 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.
The Decatur County REMC nominating committee is seeking qualified members to run for directorship in Districts 1 and 2. Interested members may request a petition at the REMC office or speak with your nominating committee member for more information. Current nominating committee representatives are: District 1 — Frank Narwold District 2 — Randy Ostendorf District… Continue reading.
Effective Jan. 1, Decatur County REMC will no longer sell used poles to members due to safety concerns for members and employees. If you have further questions, please call our office at 812-663-3391. Thank you for your cooperation.
Last month, Decatur County REMC announced that, upon completion of a cost of service study, an overall rate increase will be implemented in April. Below are details that explain more about the upcoming rate change. How much is the rate increase? when does it go into effect? DCREMC is implementing an overall increase of 1.28… Continue reading.
For 80 years Decatur County REMC has been providing members with safe, reliable electric service. As a benefit of membership, you earn money back based on the amount of electricity you purchase from us annually. We call this money capital credits. Capital credits are allocated to account holders for a specific year. Disbursement of earned… Continue reading.
Jerrod Devers is the resident IT guru at Decatur County REMC. He’s the guy that keeps the place running! Devers joined Decatur County REMC in 2016 and serves as network administrator, managing all technology infrastructure at DCREMC. Devers is a graduate of Greensburg Community High School. He continued his education at Purdue University where he… Continue reading.
Chairman Tom Crowe called the Thursday, Sept. 27, 2018, meeting to order at 6:30 p.m., and Jason Barnhorst kept minutes of the meeting. All members of the board were present. Also present was DCREMC CEO Brett Abplanalp and DCREMC Accounting Manager Karen Forshee. Upon motion by Lawrence Young, seconded by Steve AmRhein, and carried, the… Continue reading.
Please check the following unclaimed capital credit list or visit our website at dcremc.com to see if we owe you money. To claim a refund, fill out the claim form on page 30 and return it to our office. Additional documents may be required. Any unclaimed amounts will be turned over to the corporation after… Continue reading.
All of us at Decatur County REMC wish you a Merry Christmas from our family to yours. In honor of the holiday, our office will be closed Dec. 24 and Dec. 25.
The mission of Decatur County REMC states: To provide reliable, affordable, friendly service to our members and communities. As a member-owned cooperative, we understand the value and contribution each member makes in sustaining the organization and consider financial management one of our greatest tasks. Our system, infrastructure, and membership are continuously changing and we must… Continue reading.
Jeanne Loechle is a lifelong Decatur County REMC member and a Decatur County native. As a child, she remembers going to annual meetings and singing the REMC song, “Ringing everyone a Merry Christmas.” Loechle’s DCREMC career began in customer service where she enjoyed working with members daily. From that role, she transitioned into the executive… Continue reading.
In this month’s “Employee Spotlight,” we’d like for you to meet our line superintendent, Patrick Nobbe. Nobbe, a Greensburg native, is a graduate of Greensburg High School. He served eight years with the United States Navy as a part of the Seabees — the Naval Construction Force of the United States Navy. In his humble… Continue reading.
Dramatic changes are transforming all aspects of the energy industry. Interest in renewable energy is at an all-time high. Consumers want greater control over their energy use and payment methods. The prevalence of smartphone apps and “smart” technology for the home is increasing, and consumers and businesses are showing greater interest in electric vehicles. There’s… Continue reading.