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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.

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August board meeting notes

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Posted on Oct 07, 2022 in Southern Indiana Power

In an effort to keep you informed of your cooperative’s operations and activities, the following are highlights of the Aug. 31 board meeting.  All directors were present along with CEO Steve Seibert and Administrative Assistant Lisa Hinton. Also present were Manager of Engineering Todd Hammond, Manager of Operations Steve Fortwendel and Keith Mullen, P.E., of… Continue reading.

Practices and principles

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Posted on Sep 30, 2022 in A Co-op Perspective, Clark County REMC, Decatur County REMC, Harrison REMC, Orange County REMC, Southeastern Indiana REMC, Southern Indiana Power

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.

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Stay in the know

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Posted on Sep 05, 2022 in Southern Indiana Power

At Southern Indiana Power, we are constantly striving to improve our operational efficiency so we can provide the most reliable electric service possible for our member owners. We rely on data for nearly every aspect of our operations, which is why we need your help. By making sure we have your most accurate and complete… Continue reading.

Return to Camp Kilowatt

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Posted on Sep 05, 2022 in Southern Indiana Power

After a two-year hiatus and a name change, Camp Kilowatt (formerly Touchstone Energy Camp) re-energized from June 8 to 11 at Camp Tecumseh in Brookston, Indiana. This fun, powerful and unique experience brings incoming seventh graders to a 650-acre campground for a combination of traditional camp activities (e.g., archery, ziplining, swimming) and educational opportunities in… Continue reading.

July board meeting notes

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Posted on Sep 05, 2022 in Southern Indiana Power

In an effort to keep you informed of your cooperative’s operations and activities, the following are highlights of the July 27 board meeting.  1. All directors were present. Also present were CEO Steve Seibert and Administrative Assistant Lisa Hinton. 2. The June 30 board meeting minutes were reviewed and approved. 3. The membership certificates were… Continue reading.

The butterfly effect

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Posted on Sep 02, 2022 in A Co-op Perspective, Bartholomew County REMC, Clark County REMC, Harrison REMC, Orange County REMC, Southeastern Indiana REMC, Southern Indiana Power

This summer, Hoosier Energy became the first generation and transmission cooperative in the country to receive the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Certificate of Inclusion (COI) to join the Candidate Conservation Agreement with Assurances (CCAA) for the monarch butterfly.  The butterfly’s migratory path and habitat go through the heart of Hoosier Energy’s service territory. If… Continue reading.

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Operation Round Up

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Posted on Aug 04, 2022 in Southern Indiana Power

Since its inception, SIP’s Operation Round Up program has awarded grants to local organizations totaling $492,958. Have you signed up to participate? How it works When you choose to sign up for Operation Round Up, your electric bill is rounded up to the nearest whole dollar each month. For example, a bill of $74.25 would… Continue reading.

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