May is designated as Electrical Safety Month, but we know it’s important to practice safety year-round. Everyone – from Noble REMC’s crews to you, the members we serve — should prioritize safety. According to the Electrical Safety Foundation International, thousands of people in the U.S. are critically injured or electrocuted in electrical fires and accidents… Continue reading.
Today, it seems like electric power is everywhere you look. But how did we get here? Electric cooperatives were created to bring power to the countryside, to enrich lives through the use of labor-saving devices, and to grow innovative new industries. Cooperatives provided the backbone for the necessary growth of bringing light, power, and communication… Continue reading.
Annual Meeting Notice The annual meeting of Bartholomew County REMC will be held virtually on Thursday, June 16, at 7 p.m. to take action upon the following matters: The reports of officers, directors and committees. The election of one director each from Districts 2. 5, and 7. The election of one nominating committee member each… Continue reading.
This year’s annual meeting will be held virtually on June 16. Bartholomew County REMC will mail the annual report and voting material packet to the home of each member on May 16. This will allow 30 days to cast your vote prior to the virtual annual meeting, when the election results will be announced. There… Continue reading.
For the past two years, our world — and more specifically northeast Indiana — has been turned upside down due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Throughout this period, people hunkered down and stayed at home for the most part, as life as we knew it changed. The way we worked, shopped, educated our children, and even… Continue reading.
Vote by mail Mark your selection by completely filling in the box. Detach ballot and place in the enclosed return envelope. Mail to Survey & Ballot Systems, 7653 Anagram Drive, Eden Prairie, MN 55344. Do NOT include bill payment in the return envelope. Ballots must be received by June 9, 2022. Please allow sufficient time… Continue reading.
Operation Round Up is a program that allows Steuben County REMC members to automatically round up their monthly bills to the next dollar. The maximum a member would donate is $11.88/year, but an average donation is $6. The change is pooled together into a fund that is overseen by a group of members and two… Continue reading.
Exercise one of the greatest benefits of being a member of an electric co-op by voting for the upcoming year’s board of directors. Districts 3, 6 and 7 are up for election. District 3: Fremont and Clear Lake townships BILL SNYDER Occupation: Retired Indiana conservation officer Military service: U.S. Navy REMC member since: 1994 Community… Continue reading.
2021 by the numbers 9,691 — total number of members 11.12 cents — average cost per kWh 11.06 — meters per mile 929.5 — total miles of line 7.2 — miles added 116 — new services $864,000 — capital credit total 201,473,053 — annual kWh sales