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.
As you all know, COVID-19’s effect on the safety of our members, employees and directors transitioned our in-person Annual Meeting and Picnic to a virtual format for the past two years. But, this year, we’re bringing back an in-person event! It will look a bit different – with two separate events – but that allows… Continue reading.
Noble REMC wouldn’t be successful without our employees and directors. To highlight the work that they do, we’ve launched a new series – Lighting the Way – to place a spotlight on those who help the co-op thrive. Noble REMC Director Andy Strack began his service to the co-op in 2002 after being appointed to… Continue reading.
It may not have been part of their plan, but the lives of Kerry and Jocelyn Clouse changed three years ago by a wandering thought, a Christmas gift and some beans. Kerry had been curious about roasting his own coffee beans so he and his wife, Jocelyn, could drink fresh coffee every day. Jocelyn took… Continue reading.
When Mike Klopfenstein makes a goal, he sees it through. It’s as easy as that. Take for example his path at Noble REMC. He began as an apprentice lineman in June 2019, and by December 2021, he had earned his journeyman lineman certification, alongside an Associate of Applied Science in Apprenticeship Technology – Electric Line… Continue reading.
For 20 years, the Operation Round Up program has been changing lives, as well as the community, through the spare change voluntarily given by Noble REMC members. With more than 85% of our members participating in the program and more than $900,000 in funds granted over two decades, the pennies donated by rounding up your… Continue reading.
Noble REMC continuously looks for ways to support our community. That’s why each year we assist our young members in their pursuit of higher education by awarding three $1,000 scholarships toour graduating seniors. Applicant requirements: The applicant’s parents or legal guardians’ primary residence must be within Noble REMC’s territory. The parents or legal guardians must… Continue reading.
Noble REMC energy advisor Brian Hawk worked with high school students pouring concrete in a project that taught even him valuable lessons. Hawk helped the students set forms and pour a basement using insulated concrete forms (ICF). ICF blocks are made from a foam exterior with rebar placed on the inside, which has connective plastic… Continue reading.
February may be the shortest month of the year, but it’s packed with special observances like Presidents Day, Black History Month and Valentine’s Day, in addition to a host of unofficial “national” days you’ve probably never heard of like National Tater Tot Day. But they all have something in common — they were created to… Continue reading.
Noble REMC is looking for passionate and hardworking members who want to use their experience and perspective to serve their fellow co-op members and community on our board of directors. We’re not looking for electrical expertise — we can teach you that. We’re looking for drive and vision to lead our cooperative into the future…. Continue reading.
It’s not an easy task to take on by yourself — helping to improve the environment. Let Noble REMC and our members help. Each year, we provide grants from our EnviroWatts program to benefit nonprofit service organizations working to improve the environment locally. Is your organization cleaning up a local river or lake? Are you… Continue reading.
Noble REMC wouldn’t be successful without our employees. To highlight the work that they do, we’ve launched a new series – Lighting the Way – to place a spotlight on those who help the co-op thrive. “I’m a co-op boy.” Originally hailing from South Dakota, Line Foreman Rob Hauck didn’t plan to follow in his… Continue reading.