Marshall County REMC is a member-owned electric cooperative headquartered in Plymouth, Indiana. As a cooperative, Marshall 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.
Division 1 Champion: Camden Large Reserve Champion: Isaiah Pletcher Division 2 Champion: None Reserve Champion: None Division 3 Champion: Mason Selner Reserve Champion: None Division 4 Champion: Anthony Padilla Reserve Champion: None Advanced Electric Champion: Connor Tracy Reserve Champion: Brandon Kitch Advanced Electronics Champion: Travis Barnhart Reserve Champion: Trenton Barnhart Junior Grand Champion Mason Selner… Continue reading.
Check out Marshall County REMC’s app and have our services at your fingertips – wherever you go! We’ve packed your most requested services in one little app. Search “MREMC” in your app store. Secure, easy and always on for you to: View daily use Pay your bill Check account info Report an outage Call or… Continue reading.
Tod Brems Title: Operations Manager Years of service: 20 Brems has been married to his wife, Julie, for 27 years. They have one son, Nathan (17), and two daughters, Amber (14) and Lilly (11). Brems enjoys spending time with family and friends. He loves to spend time outdoors, camping, hunting and fishing. He has been… Continue reading.
As school buses resume roaming roads and the sun starts setting sooner, it won’t be long before autumn arrives. Yet before pumpkin pie aroma fills the air and Halloween costumes decorate storefronts, you can still take advantage of the late summer to prepare your home for the fall and winter. Some suggested considerations include: Tackling… Continue reading.
Even though I work in the energy industry, like most people, I still don’t think much about the electricity I use. I expect the lights to turn on when I flip the switch and the coffeemaker to work each morning. Because electricity is so abundant, we don’t think much about it. Since many of us… Continue reading.
Marshall County REMC is currently seeking applicants for the Operation Round Up® board. The Marshall County REMC board will appoint one new member to the Operation Round Up board. The Operation Round Up board meets quarterly to review all grant applications and determine how the Operation Round Up funds will be distributed back into the… Continue reading.
Are you an Indiana fifth through eighth grader making a difference in your community? Apply now! Five winners will each receive $500 and be featured in an upcoming issue of Indiana Connection. Visit indianaconnection.org/?p=230 for an application and to learn about past recipients.
The U.S. Department of Energy estimates that heating water for use in your home accounts for 12 to 18 percent of your energy bill. Here’s how to lower that number: The simplest way to use less hot water is to take shorter showers. Do take showers, though; you’ll use a lot more hot water filling… Continue reading.
The hottest days of summer remind us that poor energy habits can make our house uncomfortable. It’s never too late to make a few changes around the house to help keep things cool. A bonus: You could lower your energy bill during air-conditioner season. Check for loose or leaky windowpanes. And notice if your home… Continue reading.
Technology advances in electric vehicle development have shifted heads to considering possibilities for the energy industry. EVs are still a small portion of the total U.S. automobile sales but it’s growing rapidly. CNBC reported in May that an industry research firm predicts that the global market for EVs, which are automobiles powered by a rechargeable… Continue reading.
What is it? Operation Round Up® is a charitable fundraising program that allows Marshall County REMC members to donate the spare change on their bills to help those in need throughout the community. With an average donation of only $6 per year, and never more than 99 cents a month, you can make a small… Continue reading.