Harrison REMC is a member-owned electric cooperative headquartered in Corydon, Indiana. As a cooperative, Harrison 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.
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.
Balancing the demand for electricity with just-in-time supply (currently, electricity can’t be stored in meaningful amounts) and then transmitting the electricity over an expansive grid of transmission and distribution lines make the U.S. electric grid the most complex machine in our nation’s history. As an industry, we are currently impacted by a number of domestic… Continue reading.
Prepaid Electric allows you to control your budget by making payments into your account as you can afford to do so. Simply add money into your account online, over the phone, or in the office, as your account needs to be filled, like filling a gas tank. Prepaid Electric members pay in advance for their… Continue reading.
The Harrison REMC board of directors recently approved changes to the board officer positions at the cooperative. David Poe was elected president. Brian Koetter was elected vice president. Craig Engleman was elected secretary/treasurer. Former Board President Pat Book opted to not seek a board officer position, but he will remain as a director for the… Continue reading.
Lineman Jerry Crosier retired from Harrison REMC in April after 25 years of service. We want to thank Jerry for his dedication to the cooperative and wish him luck in retirement!
By Donna Walker As Hoosiers continue to experience rising electricity bills, it is important for you to know the factors driving these cost increases and what can be expected moving forward. You should also know Hoosier Energy and your local electric co-op are doing everything possible to minimize the impact to consumers. Over the past… Continue reading.
Harrison REMC held its 84th annual meeting May 10 at the Harrison County Fairgrounds. Members registered and voted through a drive-thru and then had the opportunity to go inside the Windell building to enjoy ice cream and other refreshments, play bingo and stop by informational booths. There was a special children’s area, too. Between… Continue reading.
The board of directors of Harrison REMC has approved paying capital credits in the amount of $1 million for the remainder of 1986 and a portion of 1987 capital credit allocations.The board is excited to return your investment in your electric cooperative with this capital credit retirement. As a member of Harrison REMC during these… Continue reading.
Q: What’s the difference between allocated and retired capital credits? A: Allocated capital credits appear as an entry on the permanent financial records of the co-op and reflect your equity or ownership in Harrison REMC. When capital credits are retired, a check or bill credit is issued to you and your equity in the co-op… Continue reading.
Prizes were drawn by a member of the Credential and Election Committee. Results are also posted on the website. Contact the REMC to collect your prize. Gary Geswein, Palmyra: Carhart long sleeve shirt, two hats, one Stanely go bottle, and Ariat Work bottle (Perfect Fit Image) Samantha Sutherland, Elizabeth: Titleist golf balls donated by Federated… Continue reading.
The 2022 Annual Meeting of your electric cooperative’s power provider, Hoosier Energy, returned to the French Lick Resort on April 7 after a three-year pause due to the pandemic. All of the generation and transmission cooperative’s 18 member cooperatives (including your local electric cooperative) were represented and on hand. The guest list was pared down… Continue reading.