Noble REMC is a member-owned electric cooperative headquartered in Albion, Indiana. As a cooperative, Noble 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.
GIS Technician John Strzempka (silent “z”) may have followed his heart, and his now wife, to northeast Indiana, but it’s his love of mapmaking that secured him his career at Noble REMC. He sees cartography (the process of mapmaking), and its new use in geographic information systems, as a form of art. It’s his job… Continue reading.
The idea of running for a spot on our board of directors may seem daunting, but is a great way to serve your community, impart knowledge and enact change. You may think, “I don’t know anything about electricity. How can I lead a co-op?” We’re looking for passion and perspective — not electrical expertise. We… Continue reading.
Serving a rural area means serving more than just its people. Noble REMC aims to serve and protect the land, which supports us all. Each year, we provide grants from our EnviroWatts program to benefit nonprofit service organizations working to better the environment locally in Noble, DeKalb or the surrounding counties. Is your organization improving… Continue reading.
Electric vehicle drivers eating at the Beef House Restaurant in Covington can now fill up their automobiles at the same time. The electric vehicle charger installed at the Beef House is one of over 50 high-speed direct current fast charger stations in a new statewide network created by GO Electric Vehicle Indiana (GOEVIN). The collaboration… Continue reading.
Noble REMC understands the importance of investing in our community’s youth. That’s why we offer multiple programs and opportunities for our younger members throughout the year. Do you have an adventurous middle schooler wanting to get out in nature this summer? Consider Camp Kilowatt. Is your high school student interested in the inner workings of… Continue reading.
Looking for a way to give back to your community? Noble REMC is seeking passionate, experienced members with unique perspectives to run for our board of directors. Not familiar with the electric industry? We can teach you all about power generation, transmission and distribution. Three districts are up for election this year: District 3: This… Continue reading.
Audrey Bowser’s journey as a member services representative may have started at a different electric cooperative, but those years — and the members she met — left a lasting impression that brought her back to the co-op world. Noble REMC is lucky to have her as part of our team, as she works hard to… Continue reading.
Ringing in a new year sparks a sense of renewed hope and optimism about the future. As the CEO and president of Noble REMC, for me, it’s a time to reflect on where we are and where we’re going. At the heart of this reflection, I think about ways we can better serve you, the… Continue reading.
Your “REMC check” is on the way! Many members refer to it by that simple name, but the annual disbursement of capital credits is one of the most tangible benefits to being a member of Noble REMC. It’s also the basis of one of our most important cooperative principles — members’ economic participation, which outlines… Continue reading.
Standing in the kitchen on his 200-acre farm in rural Avilla, you can see the love Noble REMC Director Larry Ott has for his family and his livelihood raising show cattle. The walls of his home are lined with photos of his four children and nine grandchildren with their champion cattle at the Indiana State… Continue reading.