Miami-Cass REMC is a member-owned electric cooperative headquartered in Peru, Indiana. As a cooperative, Miami-Cass 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.
During its annual meeting, Miami-Cass REMC awarded $500 scholarships to the following students: Daphne Dawson Britney Stroud Elise Ann Rosenow Abby Rogers Brooks Hensley Conner Hanaway Cain Clingaman Aleya Katherine Mygrant
Miami-Cass REMC continues to support the 4-H Electric program in Miami and Cass counties. There were great projects this year and we are proud of the accomplishments of this year’s participants. There were 20 entries in Miami County and 16 entries in Cass County. Fair judging took place on June 18 in Miami County and… Continue reading.
These dog days of summer might have you considering putting those loitering summer sunrays to work making electricity for your home. Advances in technology have helped make the cost of solar energy more affordable. More people than ever before are considering adding solar panels to their home. But before you contact a solar panel sales… Continue reading.
Miami-Cass REMC exists to serve our members as a low-cost and reliable electric service provider. Your cooperative, in conjunction with our power supplier (Wabash Valley Power Alliance), is constantly looking to increase reliability through reducing outages. One of the ways to maintain reliability is being able to switch substations to keep the power flowing to… Continue reading.
Lora Goodman began her career with Miami-Cass REMC in October 2008. In her 13 years with the cooperative, she has held a variety of important positions. Initially, she was trained as a customer service representative, but was quickly moved to the accounting department. Goodman remained in that position until 2015 when she moved to the… Continue reading.
Counted six board members attending. Attorney Jeremy Fetty also attended via teleconference. Fetty presented the legal report. Schwartz presented the monthly CEO report. Minutes from the previous board meeting were approved. Financial report given by Schwartz. April monthly operating, member services and safety reports were reviewed and approved. Set the next board meeting for Tuesday,… Continue reading.
During the severely sweltering summer, planning ahead to save energy can keep you cool while helping the environment — and even get you some green back! People know the basic rules of supply and demand — when demand goes up, the price typically goes up. The same goes for electricity: when businesses are operating and… Continue reading.
82nd ANNUAL MEETING AGENDA | Thursday, June 17 5:30 p.m. WELCOME: Mike Barron, Emcee INVOCATION: Eric McCoy NATIONAL ANTHEM: Taped CALL TO ORDER: Jim Savage, Board President CEO COMMENTS: Rob Schwartz, CEO 6:05 p.m. ELECTION REPORT: Jeremy Fetty, REMC Attorney PRIZE DRAWINGS (Must have registration card turned in by 4 P.M. on June 17 To be… Continue reading.
Mike Barron Kim Burton Tony Caldwell, board Karen Chester Kolbie Cox Mike Fross Lora Goodman Kerri Gaumer Mark Hahn, board Michelle Hays Derek Haynes Zac Hostetler Jack Kellems Wyatt Kingery Scott Marschand, board Matt Mavrick Brendan McGehee Greg Million Scott Richardson Gary Rowe Dennis “Jim” Savage, board Rob Schwartz Cindy Scott, board Todd Smith, board … Continue reading.
District 1: Allen, Erie, Jefferson, Perry, Peru, Richland and Union townships of Miami County and Paw Paw Township of Wabash County Dennis (Jim) Savage has been a Miami-Cass REMC member for 44 years and has lived on the co-op’s lines all his life. He currently serves as president of the REMC’s board of directors and… Continue reading.