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.
Dr. Richard Leeper, left, was recognized at the Indiana Electric Cooperatives’ Annual Meeting in December for his service to the cooperative. Leeper has served on the Marshall County REMC board of directors for 25 years. Outgoing Indiana Electric Cooperatives President Walter Hunter, right, congratulates Leeper on his achievement.
Times are changing, and Marshall County REMC is changing with it. Recent improvements and evolution in technology has led to a surge of discussions on the benefits of renewable energy and decarbonization. Plans are being made across the globe to go green, and our wholesale power supplier, Wabash Valley Power Alliance, recently announced its own… Continue reading.
Marshall County REMC is experiencing supply issues with line material, just as everyone is dealing with the same situation on daily necessities. Suppliers warn that logistic issues could continue into 2023. Lead times for certain materials are as far out as four to six months with some even longer. “Poles are at least four weeks… Continue reading.
Attaching signs, posters, satellite dishes, flags and other objects to utility poles without Marshall County REMC’s consent could pose a serious threat to our linemen. Marshall County REMC linemen have reported utility poles being used as community bulletin boards, satellite mounts and even deer stands. Attaching items to an electric utility pole is not only… Continue reading.
Marshall County REMC is more than an electric company. We are a not-for-profit, member owned electric cooperative. 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, you can also take part in guiding the direction… Continue reading.
The Marshall County REMC Operation Round Up board awarded eight grants, totaling $11,675 to the following organizations: Argos Volunteer Fireman’s Inc. received funding to assist with purchasing new gear. The Argos Volunteer Fireman’s Inc. provides fire and rescue protection to the Town of Argos as well as the citizens of Walnut and Green townships. Culver… Continue reading.
Clearing trees and overgrown vegetation is vital to provide safe, reliable power to our consumer-members. We clear certain areas in our service territory, known as rights-of-way, to: Keep power lines clear of tree limbs Restore power more quickly. Keep crews and members of our community safe. Reduce unexpected costs for repairs. Vegetation management improves service… Continue reading.
You’ve likely heard the phrase, “‘Tis better to give than to receive.” And this time of year is a wonderful opportunity to benefit your community (and Concern for Community is one of our guiding Cooperative Principles!). Here are a few ways you can have a meaningful impact this December: Volunteer your skills or strengths. Everyone… Continue reading.