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.
Title: Journeyman Lineman Years of Service: 10 Chris Ennis and his wife, Celia, have three daughters (Lia, Delaney and Olivia) and one son (Braylon). Ennis enjoys hunting, fishing, camping, coaching and going to the gym. He enjoys spending time with his family. We thank you for your 10 years of dedicated service!
Marshall County REMC was one of three Indiana electric cooperatives to send crews and equipment to assist with the power restoration effort in Kentucky after an ice storm moved through the state in mid-February. Twelve Indiana electric cooperatives lineworkers were dispatched to Licking Valley Rural Electric Cooperatives in West Liberty, Kentucky, to assist in the… Continue reading.
On Lineworker Appreciation Day on April 12, the Marshall County REMC staff and board would like to thank each of our linemen for their dedication to the cooperative and its members.
This summer, you can upgrade to a WiFi thermostat and save energy to beat the heat with the newest addition to our PowerShift® program. In mid-May, Marshall County REMC will launch a new WiFi thermostat option as part of PowerShift, a program that offers rebates for residential members to shift their energy use to times… Continue reading.
If you’re thinking about building your own home, you’ve probably spent a lot of time figuring out the details. You’ve considered different floorplans and selected complementary colors that pop. But have you considered energy efficiency? The Power Moves Home program is perfect for anyone about to build their own home. Your local electric co-op helped… Continue reading.
Dear Member: The annual meeting of the members of Marshall County Rural Electric Membership Corporation will be held at the Plymouth Wesleyan Church, 11203 Michigan Road, Plymouth, in the south parking lot. Registration and voting will begin at 4 p.m. and end at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, April 6. Four directors will be elected. The… Continue reading.
APRIL 64-7 p.m.Plymouth Wesleyan Church South Parking Lot This year, the Marshall County REMC annual meeting is going to be quite different. Registration and voting will take place via a drive through. All members will stay in their cars and stop at two stations. The first station will be for registration and receiving your voting… Continue reading.
This year we have six director candidates running for four open board positions. The two candidates receiving the most votes will be elected to three-year terms. From there, the two candidates receiving the next highest number of votes will be elected to two-year terms. But, just as COVID-19 has altered everything about our lives, it’s… Continue reading.
While 2020 was anything but normal, we were able to still complete multiple system improvement and maintenance projects that ultimately mean better power quality and reliability for our members. Throughout the past year, we have been much more focused on working with members to address problematic trees and right-of-way access. Our electrical system covers… Continue reading.
Operation Round Up donated $5,000 to two organizations to help those in need in Marshall County. The American Red Cross of Northwest Indiana received funding to assist with home fire relief in Marshall County, which provides direct financial assistance, case work and recovery planning for victims of home fires. The Red Cross contributes an average… Continue reading.