Helping the community power on

Posted on Jun 05 2020 in Steuben County REMC
Steuben County REMC employees serving the community

During the uncertainty of the COVID-19 situation, there is one thing you could be certain about: Steuben County REMC was still there to serve you.

Community commitment

The Steuben County REMC Operation Round Up sponsored 200 free meals at The Mound on May 1, $1,000 to Cahoot’s Cafe to continue providing free lunches to students, and $5,000 to Cameron Memorial Hospital for its Acute Respiratory Clinic and Telehealth Mobilization.

Your electric company pays you to be a member

In addition to the $230,000 in capital credits scheduled to be released this year, we’re also retiring the $233,000 in capital credits from 2008–09 that were scheduled to be returned next year. That’s $463,000 delivered back to members like you! This will replace next year’s spring retirement. See more on page 7 of the printed magazine or online at

Still here for you

We may have closed our lobby to the public to protect the safety of our staff and the public, but we were still only a phone call away to answer your questions. Our lineman were still working on keeping the lights on and the integrity of our system strong.