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.
Over the coming years, you will hear me expound on why and how Marshall County REMC is different. Our cooperative business model sets us apart from other utilities because we adhere to seven guiding cooperative principles that reflect core values of honesty, transparency, equity, inclusiveness and service to the greater good of the community. Electric… Continue reading.
REMC Annual Meeting Plymouth Wesleyan Church South Parking Lot Tuesday, April 6, 4-7 p.m. Due to the uncertainties regarding COVID-19, we are going to conduct our annual meeting a little differently this year. We will have drive-up registration and voting. The business meeting will be available on the day of the meeting on our YouTube… Continue reading.
When Marshall County REMC restores electric service after a storm or other weather-related disaster, it follows a plan to ensure power is back on for the greatest number of people in the shortest amount of time and in the safest manner possible. To do that, your electric cooperative uses this priority system when line crews… Continue reading.
LaGrange County REMC Energy Advisor Jake Taylor helped a co-op member scour his house to find the culprit causing the member’s high energy bills. Taylor started in the homeowner’s basement, at the circuit breaker box. He didn’t have to travel any further. Taylor connected a Sense, which is a home energy monitor that tracks electricity… Continue reading.
When I turned 16, I landed my first paying job working for a small family-owned bookstore. The starting wage was $1.35/hour, and I was thrilled to have money in my pocket at the end of every week. No more “allowance” or asking my parents for money for the things I “needed.” Of course, “needs” in… Continue reading.
David Lewallen has advanced to president and CEO at Marshall County REMC. Lewallen brings 16 years of experience to the job. Lewallen has been employed at Marshall County REMC since July 2004. His primary responsibility early in his career included supervising the sales and installation of Marshall County REMC’s Exede Satellite Internet Service, as well… Continue reading.
Mark Batman, president and CEO for Marshall County REMC, retired after 17 years of service. Batman began his career at Marshall County REMC in 2003 as the office manager. In 2011, he was promoted to president and CEO where he guided the cooperative through many advancements in leading edge technology including the implementation of the… Continue reading.
Marshall County Fiber is now available in the area highlighted in green on the map shown below. Members who are interested in receiving fiber to their homes not included in the highlighted area shown are encouraged to submit their information at www.marshallfiber.com at the bottom of the home page. This will help Marshall County Fiber… Continue reading.
We regretfully announce the cancellation of the following programs due to concerns related to the ongoing pandemic. Youth Tour to Washington, D.C. Touchstone Energy Camp Page Day However, local youth can still participate in the Cooperative Calendar of Student Art Contest. All Indiana public, private or homeschooled students in kindergarten through 12th grade during the… Continue reading.