Southern Indiana Power is a member-owned electric cooperative headquartered in Tell City, Indiana. As a cooperative, Southern Indiana Power 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.
In an effort to keep you informed of your cooperative’s operations and activities, the following are highlights of the Sept. 29 board meeting. 1. All directors were present along with CEO Steve Seibert, Administrative Assistant Lisa Hinton and Office/IT Manager Karen Mangum. 2. The Aug. 31 board meeting minutes and special board meeting minutes were… Continue reading.
Renewable energy is expanding across the nation – including right here in Indiana. A 120 MW solar project named Rustic Hills Solar will be built in Warrick County bringing energy to 17,000 homes. To accomplish this power output, the project will encompass 640 acres and provide jobs for 300 Hoosiers to build the solar array…. Continue reading.
Superior Ag, PSC and Southern Indiana Power all share something in common: We’re all cooperatives. We may be in different industries, but we all share a passion for serving our members and helping our communities. October is National Co-op Month, so this is the perfect time to reflect on three of our seven principles that… Continue reading.
For as little as $5/month on your electric bill, your entire household will be covered if they are flown by Air Evac Lifeteam or an AMCN participating provider for a life- or limb-threatening injury or illness. In the event a member is flown by Air Evac Lifeteam or any AirMedCare Network participating provider for a… Continue reading.
Your electric cooperative is offering a 2021 residential rebate for qualifying equipment (water heaters, geothermal heat pumps and air source, ductless mini split or dual fuel heat pumps). To qualify, a resident must occupy the home where equipment is installed year-round (12 months) and unit must heat and cool whole home unless otherwise stated. Water… Continue reading.
Air leaks around the home can add 10% to your heating bill. Find the leaks in your house and plug them. Some places to look: Windows. On a windy day, light a stick of incense and hold it near the window. If the smoke travels horizontally, your window is leaking. Seal, caulk or weather strip… Continue reading.
In an effort to keep you informed of your cooperative’s operations and activities, the following are highlights of the Aug. 31 board meeting. 1. All directors were present. Also present were CEO Steve Seibert and Administrative Assistant Lisa Hinton. 2. The July 28 board meeting minutes were reviewed and approved. 3. The membership certificates were… Continue reading.
Hoosier Energy is proud to announce two new scholarships honoring the contributions of longtime Hoosier Energy Directors and Board Officers, Eugene Roberts and Dan Schuckman. Eugene and Dan represented our members for a combined 35 years, devoting countless hours of service to achieve Hoosier Energy’s mission of providing members with assured, reliable and competitively priced… Continue reading.
Agriculture is the backbone of our country, and our livelihood greatly depends on the crops provided by American farmers. In addition to being one of the most labor-intensive professions, farming is also considered one of the most dangerous jobs in the U.S. The hard work and exhaustive labor are tough, but rushing the job to… Continue reading.
If your group or organization could benefit from a grant this fall, submit an application on or before Sept. 15. Applications are available online at southernindianapower.com under the “Community” menu.
Do you have lights that flicker? If you do, you know how annoying this can be. Here are some common reasons why this happens. Before you begin any work, be safe with electric components and wiring. Switch off power at your circuit breaker panel and test your work area for energized wires using a voltage… Continue reading.