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Steuben County REMC is a member-owned electric cooperative headquartered in Angola, Indiana. As a cooperative, Steuben 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.

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REMC to start broadband connections

Posted on Oct 07, 2022 in Steuben County REMC

Steuben County REMC will soon be making its first connections in the FTTH (Fiber-to-the-Home) project. “We are excited to announce that broadband internet service will open for REMC members in Phase 1, Zone 1 (Otter Northwest) in the weeks ahead. We are excited to have reached this point and are eager to start making connections,”… Continue reading.

October broadband update

Posted on Oct 07, 2022 in Steuben County REMC

Phase 1 Orland/West Otter/Salem/Helmer registration open Make ready construction Mainline construction Mainline splicing Service wire construction At-home installation Phase 2 Nevada Mills/Lake James/Crooked Lake Construction starting after Phase 1 registration open Make ready engineering Phase 3 North-Central-East Angola/Fremont Construction starting after Phase 2 registration open Phase 4 South-East Angola/Ashley/Hudson Construction starting after Phase 3 registration… Continue reading.

Get energy treats (and avoid getting tricked!) this October

Posted on Sep 29, 2022 in A Co-op Perspective, Boone REMC, Heartland REMC, Jay County REMC, Kankakee Valley REMC, LaGrange County REMC, Marshall County REMC, Miami-Cass REMC, Noble REMC, Steuben County REMC

This October, you should be treated by ghoulish figures visiting on Halloween — not tricked by unexpectedly high energy costs.  Every fall, people enjoy the milder temperatures while preparing for the coming Midwestern winter. Make sure you’re treating yourself to energy savings by making the right upgrades. Even small home improvements can lead to long-term… Continue reading.

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