Orange County REMC is a member-owned electric cooperative headquartered in Orleans, Indiana. As a cooperative, Orange County 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.
The Electrify Indiana 2022 conference was held Sept. 22 in Indianapolis. It was co-hosted by Hoosier Energy and Wabash Valley Power Alliance along with the Beneficial Electrification League. What got the over 270 attendees, 33 sponsors and 23 exhibitors buzzing was the interaction. With utilities, businesses and industry leaders all gathered under the same roof,… Continue reading.
Fall is a busy time, and October is a particularly eventful month with school, community and sports activities in full swing. It’s also when all cooperatives celebrate National Co-op Month. When I say Orange County REMC celebrates Co-op Month, it really means we are celebrating you! After all, our co-op wouldn’t exist without you, our… Continue reading.
By Hope Matthew For many years Spring Mill State Park has been a beautiful, year-round destination where families enjoy the outdoors, experience educational programs and get a glimpse of history up close. Spring Mill State Park has been described as a powerful illustration of the link between the natural and cultural world. The park has… Continue reading.
Barbara Bullock joined the team as a fiber member service representative on Aug. 29. She will be working out of the Jasper office. Barbara lives in Birdseye with her husband John. They have two children and one grandson. Barbara likes to spend time with her family on their houseboat at Patoka, as well as traveling… Continue reading.
Electric cooperatives, like other energy providers, are in the midst of the most impactful transition in modern history. As we continue to navigate through this changing environment, Hoosier Energy’s Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) practices — and the cooperative principles that underpin those practices — will continue to become more relevant. ESG refers to factors… Continue reading.
Since September is National Preparedness Month— and because severe weather events seem to be occurring more frequently — consider planning for bad weather now before storms hit. I urge you not only to have enough food, water and supplies to last at least a few days, but to take other practical steps to keep you… Continue reading.
Each month, members who wish to participate in Operation Round Up can have Orange County REMC automatically round their electric and/or fiber bills to the next highest dollar. The amount contributed by each member is less than a dollar a month and will average about $6 a year. Those extra few dollars from our members… Continue reading.
Just call 833-890-7734 Convenient, secure, and always available! Pay with check or debit/credit card. Orange County REMC uses this automated system to comply with stringent credit card security standards. This helps prevent credit card fraud, while allowing Orange County REMC to continue accepting debit and credit card payments for your convenience.
Hayley Deckard has joined our team as our new member service representative. Hayley is from Orleans and lives in French Lick. She earned her Nursing LPN from Kaplan College and enjoys taking her dogs to the lake, hanging out with friends, and traveling.
Our free Smarthub app makes it simple and convenient to do the following: View your bill Make secure payments Access your electric account Check your electric use Notify the REMC of an outage Add notifications that you would like to receive by email or text message Just download the FREE mobile or tablet app at… Continue reading.