I’ve had people ask me time and time again, “Why does an electric cooperative have youth programs?” My answer is, “It’s our next generation!” Our mini members have the opportunity to engage with their hometown electric cooperative beginning at a young age. Many of our young members do not take part in our youth programs… Continue reading.
Jay County REMC is a not-for-profit, member-owned electric cooperative. As a member, you have more influence on your co-op than you might realize. Not only can you contact us to share your thoughts, ideas and experiences, you can also take part in guiding the direction of your co-op into the future. How? You can serve… Continue reading.
IT PAYS TO GO PAPERLESS WITH SMARTHUB Sign up for paperless billing directly through your SmartHub portal. If you haven’t signed up for SmartHub yet, you can enroll at jayremc.com/ smarthub or download the app to your phone from your smartphone’s app store. Or, you can call us at 260-726-7121 to enroll over the phone. … Continue reading.
Even though Jasper County REMC operates as a not-for-profit cooperative, we are not immune to the rapidly increasing market power prices and inflationary pressures on material costs. We are always looking for ways to control our costs, and at the same time, we must look at the market we are in and try to forecast… Continue reading.
What is the facility charge on my bill? The facility charge is a flat fee that allows us to collect the money it takes to maintain and upgrade over 1,200 miles of line and all equipment, substations, and poles required to get power to your homes and businesses. These funds also ensure that your cooperative… Continue reading.
The application process is now open for the Youth Tour to Washington D.C., Camp Kilowatt, and Nesius Memorial Scholarships. We also have a 4-H Electric incentive program. These opportunities are available to public, private, and home-school students who are sons, daughters, or legal wards of a Jasper County REMC member. Visit our website to fill… Continue reading.
The following bylaw pertains to the nomination of Jasper County REMC directors. The complete set of bylaws can be reviewed on our website at www.jasperremc.com. If you would like a set of bylaws mailed to you, we can accommodate that request. NOMINATIONS (a) Manner of Making Nominations. Not less than one hundred fifty (150) days… Continue reading.
SEVEN COOPERATIVE PRINCIPLES We follow seven cooperative principles to guide our decisions: WHOLE HOME GENERATORS For the safety of our lineman, please let us know if you have a whole home generator. UPDATE YOUR INFO Please update your contact information. We must have an accurate phone number and email on file to keep you informed… Continue reading.
I am honored to introduce Jackson Solutions, LLC, a trusted subsidiary of our remarkable organization, dedicated to enhancing the lives of our members. As the CEO of Jackson County REMC, I am immensely proud to lead such an excellent member-owned company that continually strives to exceed member expectations. At Jackson Solutions, LLC, our goal is… Continue reading.
A GenerLink Generator Switch is an innovative energy solution that can offer homeowners peace of mind during power outages. With an 8.5/10-kilowatt capacity, GenerLink allows users to easily switch appliances by adjusting breakers on their household circuit panel, addressing basic emergency power needs. Emphasizing safety, the system disconnects the customer from the power grid when… Continue reading.
COOPERATIVE CALENDAR OF STUDENT ART CONTEST Since 1998, Indiana Connection and participating Indiana electric cooperatives have held an annual art contest for Indiana students in grades kindergarten through 12. The winning works from each grade are then used to illustrate the Cooperative Calendar of Student Art that participating REMCs/RECs have distributed. ENTER: Visit indianaconnection.org/for-youth/art-contest. Enter… Continue reading.
RULES REQUIREMENTS APPLICATION PROCESS APPLICATIONS SHOULD BE RETURNED TO: Jackson County REMCATTN: Scholarship Committee274 East Base RoadBrownstown, IN 47220 DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION Return the application to the Jackson County REMC office by April 5, 2024. SELECTION PROCESS A scholarship committee will be composed of employees of Jackson County REMC.