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 that time of year again — time to vote for your board of directors and mark your calendars for the Noble REMC Annual Meeting! Our election will once again be conducted by mail this year, so be on the lookout and check your mailbox in mid-May for your ballot. Feel free to keep your… Continue reading.
From a family strongly rooted in the Central Noble area, Amber Kunkel knew she would always stay a self-professed “small-town girl.” That’s fortunate for us here at Noble REMC. She’s gone above and beyond as our member services representative — connecting with our members and helping them when and where she can. Though she dreams… Continue reading.
For his next career move, Brad Lock was looking for a slower change of pace, while being able to utilize his variety of experience in diesel technology. Noble REMC was the perfect fit. Lock accepted the position of fleet mechanic and began his tenure with the co-op in late December 2022 upon the retirement of… Continue reading.
With nearly two centuries of dedication between them, Noble REMC recently honored employees and directors celebrating milestones in their REMC careers. Our co-op is only successful because of the individuals who devote themselves to providing the best service to our members, each and every day. We are grateful for their commitment to our members and… Continue reading.
Thank you to the more than 85% of our members who allow us to round up your bills to the nearest dollar each month to give back to the communities you belong to and we serve! As you can see from these financials, pennies donated every month add up quickly, and when your donations are… Continue reading.
Broadway Broadband Powered by Miami Cass REMC welcomed Paige Beamer to the team on Jan. 23 as a customer service representative. Beamer will be overseeing the new Delphi office which is planning to open this month. In her role, she will create new accounts, receive and process bills and help with marketing. Beamer grew up… Continue reading.
Over the past 25 years, Noble REMC has been fortunate to be in the position to return more than $10 million back to our members. This is what we call “capital credits,” also known as the cash back you receive when Noble REMC has excess revenue to return to our members. (You may simply call… 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.
When Rick Robertson began his tenure on the Noble REMC Board of Directors in 1996, a gallon of gas cost $1.23, the Macarena took over the radio and Bill Clinton was elected to a second term as president. A lot has changed since then. After more than a quarter century on the board, Robertson has… Continue reading.
By Austin Arceo Three Birds Casual employees routinely unload shipping containers of inventory delivered by semi-trailer trucks several times each week. The president of the luxury furniture making business knew it was time for a new facility when soaring success led to more than a half dozen shipping containers staying in the parking lot to… Continue reading.
Coal and gas delivery and extremely cold weather at the end of 2022 are impacting the cost of providing reliable electricity to our co-op members. Noble REMC’s power supplier, Wabash Valley Power Alliance (WVPA), is a not-for-profit like Noble REMC, so the increased cost of generating and transmitting electricity to over 331,000 members in Indiana,… Continue reading.