Southeastern Indiana REMC
Southeastern Indiana REMC is a member-owned electric cooperative headquartered in Osgood, Indiana. As a cooperative, Southeastern Indiana 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.
Director Candidate Filing Deadline Approaching
Are you still thinking about running as a director candidate from district 2, 3 or 6? Contact any of the nominating committee members to discuss the qualifications and schedule an interview before Jan. 15. Visit seiremc.com or contact B.J. Myers at 800-737-4111 for more information. Nominating Committees District 2: Dennis Cormican, 812-637-3226; Dan McMullen,… Continue reading.
Five ways to stay cozy this winter
Baby, it’s cold outside! When you’re feeling chilly at home, there are several budget-friendly ways you can keep comfortable without turning up the thermostat. Here are five easy ways to stay cozy this winter. Whether you’re experiencing extremely cold winter temps or you simply “run cold,” an electric blanket can deliver quick warmth like a… Continue reading.
From the front lines
In his 27 years at Hoosier Energy, Line Foreman Mark Richardson has trekked countless hours across the hills and hollers of southern Indiana and Illinois to find downed power lines. Each winter storm comes with its own challenges complicated by cold temperatures and snowfall. Richardson recalls a rough snowstorm several years ago, when he and… Continue reading.
Volunteer to make a positive impact
With the holiday season upon us and the new year just around the corner, I can’t help but reflect on the gratitude I feel for our community. I think most will agree this has been a year like no other — certainly in my lifetime. And while we’ve seen our share of challenges, I am… Continue reading.
Now seeking director candidates
Southeastern Indiana REMC is seeking director candidates in the following districts of the cooperative: District 2: Logan, Harrison, Miller and Lawrenceburg townships in Dearborn County District 3: Kelso, Manchester, Sparta and Clay townships in Dearborn County District 6: Pleasant, Craig, Cotton and Jefferson townships in Switzerland County For more information, visit our website at www.seiremc.com/content/annual-meeting
Updates to the Team Up Lighting Store
At the end of the year, Southeastern Indiana REMC will be updating its Team Up Online Lighting Store incentive program to meet the changing member needs and industry trends. As part of an effort to introduce new incentives in the future, a decision to discontinue the member rebate on the online Team Up Lighting Store… Continue reading.
Apply now for Operation Round Up grants
Since it was founded in 1939, Southeastern Indiana REMC has been committed to improving our members’ quality of life. This tradition continues with our community service program called Operation Round Up. Members participate by agreeing to have their monthly bill amounts rounded up to the next whole dollar. On average, these individual contributions amount to… Continue reading.
Four ways Santa saves energy in his workshop
The holiday season is finally upon us, and Santa and his elves have been especially busy as they gear up for their biggest night of the year. It’s no secret that Santa is known for running an efficient workshop — how else could he make all those toys in time for Christmas Eve? Rumor has… Continue reading.
Grid improvements increase efficiency
On the outskirts of Vevay, Indiana, part of the Hoosier Energy grid had substantial improvements made. Hoosier Energy Substation Foreman Trevor Asche, who supervised the project, said the largest upgrade was to improve connections to a communication tower. The tower enables communication between Hoosier Energy system control and substation equipment. At this location, the substation… Continue reading.
It’s time to winterize
November signals the end of autumn and reminds us that winter is just around the corner. Daylight Saving Time has ended, causing us to set our clocks back an hour to standard time. The leaves have changed color, and many have already fallen from the trees. The air is cool and crisp, and we’ve put… Continue reading.