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.
First and foremost, safety is top priority! Tampering with a meter is extremely dangerous. According to the Cooperative Research Network, a division of the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association, power surging through a compromised meter can cause an electrical catastrophe. In many cases, removing the meter does not disconnect power as some may assume. A… Continue reading.
Camp Kilowatt Date: June 7-10 A fun and unique camp experience for students entering seventh grade. The camp takes place in early June and gives kids a chance to learn about energy while making new friends and enjoying activities and games. This three-day camp includes horseback riding, electric cooperative education, rock climbing, swimming and much… Continue reading.
As a cooperative member, you have more influence on Marshall County REMC than you might realize. Not only can you contact us to share your thoughts, ideas, and experiences, but you can also take part in guiding the direction of your co-op into the future. Because we are a member-owned electric cooperative, you can serve… Continue reading.
On Tuesday, Oct. 25, the Marshall County REMC Operation Round Up board awarded three grants to the following organizations: Bread of Life Community Food Pantry received funding to help upgrade the lighting in its distribution area. This will help the pantry meet food service codes and help with energy efficiency. The Bread of Life Food… Continue reading.
Marshall County REMC participated in Indiana’s Electric Cooperatives’ Annual Community Day. Working side-by-side, Indiana’s electric cooperatives demonstrated one of the core cooperative principles: concern for community. Nearly 40 unique service projects were completed throughout the state of Indiana. This initiative provides electric cooperatives the opportunity to use their time, skills and expertise to make a… Continue reading.
The following Marshall County employees are celebrating anniversaries: Laura Hatfield Title: Accountant Years of service: 10 Laura Hatfield and husband Jeff have been married for 32 years. They have one daughter, Kayla, and one son, Mason. She enjoys reading, scrapbooking and taking her dogs to the park. Linda Emenaker (not pictured) Title: Customer service… Continue reading.
This holiday season, while preparing for the fun that comes from the enjoyable winter holidays, you also can prepare for the higher bills caused by the wastes of energy past, present, and future. By overcoming these energy phantoms, you can make amends for past wasted energy and prevent them from taking more from your wallet… Continue reading.
What do you get when you add labor shortages to material shortages in an economy recovering from a worldwide pandemic? The answer? Supply chain issues. Simply put, supply chain problems emerge when the availability of critical equipment and materials decreases as demand grows. It’s affecting us in the electric industry as more and more consumers… Continue reading.
You may receive an email from us this month or next asking you to participate in a residential co-op member survey. Formerly, this survey was done via telephone but it is now being done by email. The survey helps our power supplier, Wabash Valley Power Alliance, determine how much power we’ll need in the near future. … Continue reading.