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.
It’s getting to be that time of year. Birds are chirping, rain is falling, temps are rising and the sun is shining longer. This is not just good news for farmers and mushroom hunters. This is good news to all who want to go, or have gone, green. Longer days bring the opportunity to create… Continue reading.
Spraying for weeds in your own yard is a big enough project. Now imagine doing that over more than 1,200 miles. That’s what Noble REMC’s right-of-way crew is responsible for maintaining. With the warming weather, controlling vegetation is one of our main priorities over the next few months, as foliage will begin growing rapidly. This… Continue reading.
As any good baseball team brings in a new pitcher in crunch time to close out the game, you also can make upgrades to your home to improve its energy performance when and where it counts to earn the save! Many options are available that can improve your home’s comfort while reducing long-term energy use… Continue reading.
Noble REMC Annual Meeting Saturday, June 1 Board of directors election, food, entertainment and more! Noble REMC300 Weber Road, Albion
National studies consistently rank power line installers and repairers among the most dangerous jobs in the country, and for good reason. Laboring high in the air wearing bulky safety gear and working directly with high voltage creates the perfect storm of a dangerous and unforgiving profession. But electric lineworkers are up to the task. These… Continue reading.
The rate of twin births in the U.S. is approximately 33 per 1,000 people, accounting for 1.5 percent of all pregnancies. The probability of giving birth to triplets is even less. These numbers prove students are experiencing something extraordinary at Country Meadow Elementary School, a member of Noble REMC in DeKalb County: the first grade… Continue reading.
Each year, Noble REMC recognizes employees who have hit milestones in their service to the cooperative and its members. Brad Wentworth, Elena Vargas, Amanda Lock and Nic Engle were recently presented with plaques for the work each has done to improve the lives of our members and the cooperative. Receiving the 20-year award, Wentworth was… Continue reading.
Earth Day, held on April 22, aims to shine a light on the environment and the steps we can take to protect it. But did you know: • April 22 was originally chosen to coincide with college students’ schedules, between spring break and final exams? • Earth Day is now celebrated by more than 180… Continue reading.
Thank you to our members – more than 80 percent of you – who allow us to round up your bills to the nearest dollar each month to give back to the communities we serve! As you can see from these financials, pennies donated every month add up quickly, and when your donations are combined… Continue reading.
Do you know why the cooperative holds an annual meeting each year? It gives you the opportunity to vote for your board of directors, hear important financial information and, of course, pick up your free registration gift and energy credit! Noble REMC’s annual meeting and picnic is a community gathering where members can meet new… Continue reading.
Most people don’t get to celebrate their birthday and retirement within 24 hours of each other, but that’s just how Serviceman Dave Dunn planned it. Dunn celebrated his 56th birthday on Feb. 5 and retired the next day after more than 24 years with the cooperative. Starting as a journeyman lineman on Oct. 31, 1994,… Continue reading.