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Lessen the bite of cold weather

Posted on Feb 21, 2024 in Henry County REMC

When cold weather hits in our part of the country, it’s essential to be prepared to face winter’s onslaught. Whether we’re expecting snowfall to put home heating systems to the test or potentially life-threatening power outages in Indiana, the risks winter brings require our attention. And they can get expensive in a hurry. As you… Continue reading.

2024 director election timeline

Posted on Feb 21, 2024 in Henry County REMC

FEB. 9 | 6–7 P.M. ELECTION KICK-OFF MEETING Interested candidates may stop by the HCREMC office to learn more about being a director while highlighting duties and responsibilities. Candidate packets will be available at this time. APRIL 3 DIRECTOR PACKETS DUE Interested candidates must submit their packet, with signatures, no later than April 3 by… Continue reading.

What’s underground? It’s your job to let us know.

Posted on Feb 21, 2024 in Heartland REMC

The fastest, most reliable internet is here! Cutting-edge fiber internet from TWN Communications is now available in many areas throughout HREMC’s service territory. As the fiber network continues to expand, there are two important things to do to prepare for when crews reach your neighborhood: SIGN THE UNDERGROUND AGREEMENT While crews are busy building the… Continue reading.

The good kind of audit

Posted on Feb 21, 2024 in Fulton County REMC

Colder weather typically results in higher energy bills, and with winter in full swing, we would like to remind you about a free co-op service that can help you boost efficiency and save money. As your trusted energy partner, we believe savings and efficiency are within reach for everyone, and we want to help you… Continue reading.

How extreme weather affects reliability

Posted on Feb 21, 2024 in Dubois REC

When outdoor temperatures drop, our electricity use increases. That’s because we’re doing more activities inside, and our heating systems are running longer and more often to counteract colder outdoor temperatures. Factor in that we all tend to use electricity at the same time — in the morning and in the early evenings — and that… Continue reading.

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