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 important for Noble REMC to have the most up-to-date contact information for our members to maintain communication about their accounts and other cooperative business. However, there are numerous accounts with outdated information. Current phone numbers are essential when we send out phone notification messages regarding planned outages or other important issues. In an effort… Continue reading.
When members see our right-of-way crew along the side of the road, some may see a picture of destruction rather than preservation as chainsaws cut through limbs and branches are thrown into the chipper. What they may not understand is the hard work being done to maintain Noble REMC lines to keep our members safe… Continue reading.
The nation’s capital brightened in June with the arrival of a delegation of students representing electric co-ops across the state. Noble REMC sponsored two students, Isaac Coats from West Noble High School and Melissa Domer from East Noble High School, for the fun and educational experience June 7-14. The Youth Tour provided young Hoosiers the… Continue reading.
Tourists visiting Alcatraz learn about the island’s prison history under light bulbs energized by the high-tech future — one of the nation’s largest microgrids, which powers the site. Microgrids are localized energy grids that can operate independently. As new energy sources power more of the nation’s towns and cities, new technologies ensure that these sources… Continue reading.
Showcasing new colors, more information and an updated layout, Noble REMC will unveil the redesign of its bill this month in an effort to make paying for and understanding it that much simpler. In the first overhaul of our bill in about 20 years, the design will allow members to more easily read and understand… Continue reading.
The Monday after our June annual meeting, employees were busy putting everything away and back in order for next year’s event. We also made notes on items to improve and shared comments from the meeting. Thank you to the nearly 2,500 members who attended this year’s meeting. Everyone seemed to have a great time learning… Continue reading.
Noble REMC is proud to announce the recipients of our 2018 scholarships. We awarded three $1,000 scholarships to help students in our community further their education. The recipients’ parents or guardians must be a member of Noble REMC to qualify. Candidates were judged based on grade point average, a short autobiography and letters of recommendation,… Continue reading.
The bright summer sun produces more than great days at the ball park and bad tan lines. It also creates renewable energy, which our members can take advantage of through our Co-op Solar program. Launched in January, Noble REMC became one in a group of a dozen cooperatives throughout the state to offer the clean… Continue reading.
Through the generosity of more than 80 percent of Noble REMC members, the cooperative was able to disburse more than $18,000 in grants in the latest cycle of the Operation Round Up program. Participating members graciously allow their electric bills to be rounded to the nearest dollar, and these pennies per month are placed in… Continue reading.
Annual Meeting Recap On June 2, Noble REMC members elected two new directors to lead our cooperative — George Bennett in District 6 and Mark Demske in District 7 — during the Noble REMC Annual Meeting and Picnic. Members also voted to re-elect Andrew Strack, who ran unopposed, to represent District 3. Bennett and Demske… Continue reading.
Cooperative employees and directors are often asked why customers are called “members.” The answer is simple — our members own our business. Every decision Noble REMC makes directly benefits you – our owner-members. Member driven and member owned, we look out for you because we are you. With members in charge, you can feel confident… Continue reading.
Noble REMC is bidding a sincere farewell to two longstanding directors of its board. After nearly four decades representing District 7, Bob Marshall is choosing to hand over the reins to a new director, while 15-year veteran Steve Kirkpatrick (District 6) is planning to potentially relocate outside of the Noble REMC service territory in the… Continue reading.