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.
We would like to welcome Griffin Miller to the co-op team as our new groundman! Griffin graduated from Floyd Central High School after he interned with us last summer and he was immediately interested in becoming a lineman. Griffin is most excited to learn how to climb and learn about the electrical system.
Remote Bill Pay Options Our website offers details about several ways to pay your bill without coming into the office. The Pay-by-Phone service allows members to pay their bill by check or by credit card over the phone at 833-890-7734. SmartHub Our SmartHub app makes it easy to view and pay your bill from your… Continue reading.
While many children of all ages were relieved to be out of school for the summer, there were several deserving students from Hoosier Energy member cooperatives who were looking ahead to the 2023-24 school year. That’s because a total of 14 cooperatives, 13 in the state of Indiana, awarded scholarships to 90 students this year,… Continue reading.
“We’re here to serve you.” We’ve all heard this phrase countless times. These words may sound generic, but to us — your local electric cooperative — they mean everything. Orange County REMC was created to serve our community. Back in the day, neighbors joined together and formed our co-op for the common good. In our… Continue reading.
Vincent Lamb, shown in photo above, has joined the Orange County REMC team as our new accounting intern. He graduated from Orleans High School and attends Indiana State University. Lamb enjoys car maintenance, video games, dirt biking and strategy games. He is most excited to learn about all aspects of accounting.
Hoosier Energy’s first-ever Community Impact Week saw 25% of the cooperative’s workforce participate over the course of the event in Bloomington this spring. The first in a variety of projects involved volunteering with Backpack Buddies, a program through Community Kitchen that puts together bags of food for low-income children to take home on the weekends…. Continue reading.
Providing reliable power to you is, and will always be, top priority for Orange County REMC. These days, power reliability seems to be making news now more than ever. As the energy industry continues to transition and more segments of the economy are becoming electrified, such as vehicles, machinery and even lawn equipment, additional pressures… Continue reading.