Did you know farmers on Noble REMC lines can receive money back on such simple investments as the purchase of variable-frequency drives and LED lightbulbs? They can also earn rebates when they show a reduction in overall power consumption.
If you’re a farmer and want to know more, we invite you to an upcoming local presentation, “Energy on the Farm,” which aims to educate area farm owners on how to make more energy-efficient decisions, while benefiting from POWER MOVES® rebates and incentives.
Noble, LaGrange County and Steuben County REMCs are partnering to present the special program, which will take place at the Ashley Community Center, 500 S. Gonser Ave. in Ashley, on Nov. 14 from 6-7:30 p.m.
Special guest Dr. Klein Ileleji, Purdue University professor and Extension engineer, will discuss the energy audit process for farms, as well as explain other energy-efficiency measures.
Following Dr. Ileleji, energy advisors from each co-op will introduce and explain POWER MOVES rebates and incentives specific to agricultural facilities and fields.
Refreshments will be served during the program.
Come out and learn more about how you as a farmer can benefit from Noble REMC’s rebate programs and services!
Energy on the Farm presentation
Wednesday, Nov. 14, 6-7:30 p.m.
Ashley Community Center
500 S. Gonser Ave., Ashley
Dr. Klein Ileleji — Purdue University professor and Extension engineer
Brian Hawk — Noble REMC energy advisor
Jake Taylor — LaGrange County REMC energy advisor
Josh Durbin — Steuben County REMC energy advisor