Wabash Valley Power recently joined its member cooperatives to dedicate three new solar array sites in Peru, Indiana; Paris, Illinois; and Ste. Genevieve, Missouri. The new sites will join existing arrays in Danville and Wanatah, Indiana, to produce electricity for a new community solar program called Co-op Solar, which will be available to members of… Continue reading.
One of the seven cooperative principles is democratic member control. Simply put, this means the cooperative members elect the board of trustees, who then guide the direction of the cooperative. This issue of the magazine contains the official announcement of our board elections, which will be held prior to the 2018 annual membership meeting. Cooperatives… Continue reading.
Paulding Putnam Electric Cooperative is a proud supporter of local businesses! You can even save at local business, like these, through our Co-op Connections Card program! Find out more at ppec.coop. GiGi’s Studio Boutique GiGi’s Studio Boutique is run by individuals with Down syndrome who use a process called sublimation to make a variety of… Continue reading.
The Paulding Putnam Electric Cooperative (PPEC) board of trustees consists of nine co-op members who each represent one district within the territory served by PPEC. The trustees are responsible for establishing, reviewing, and revising corporate policies to ensure that service to the PPEC membership is foremost in mind, while maintaining a stable yet competitive position… Continue reading.
The cost-of-service study is a professional study used to determine the actual cost to provide electric service to our members. The study reviews the current rate design to see if costs are recovered as they are incurred. As with any organization or business, there are fixed costs and variable costs. It is important that fixed… Continue reading.
When lightning strikes your home, it’s bad — but when it causes your house to burn down, it’s utterly devastating. However, in July 2016, the Rev. Jim Wright and his wife, Tammy, knew that God had to have a plan for it to happen. With Jim already facing cancer, it was hard for them to… Continue reading.
I love the feeling of walking into my favorite locally-owned shop, restaurant or store knowing that the profit, product and labor can make positive impacts on my community. The spirit of Main Street is embodied in these local businesses, just like it is at Miami-Cass REMC. Electric cooperatives are local, community centered and were founded… Continue reading.
Counted seven board members present. Miami-Cass REMC attorney Jeremy Fetty attended via teleconference. Conducted 2018 board elections. WVPA board report was given by Jim Savage. Monthly legal report was given by Fetty. Rob Schwartz presented the monthly CEO report. Minutes from the previous board meeting were approved. August monthly operating, member services and safety reports… Continue reading.
Miami-Cass REMC was among 25 Indiana electric cooperatives that helped with power restoration efforts in Georgia and Florida following Hurricane Irma. Linemen Greg Million, TJ Maroney and Zach Haner joined 63 other lineman who left Sept. 12 to assist electric cooperatives in those states. Million, Maroney and Haner heard about the opportunity to provide assistance… Continue reading.
WISH LIST Miami-Cass REMC will be giving a $5 bill credit (one per member) to members who bring in five items from this wish list. Donations must be delivered to the REMC office by Dec. 1. Listed are items the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Indiana currently needs to serve families. Please remember the… Continue reading.
Beginning this month, Clark County REMC introduces a new feature for communicating with our members: text alerts! We’ve heard from many members that emails aren’t the best way to reach them, so we’re adding this feature for any member with a cell phone who wants to receive them. With this feature, Clark County REMC will… Continue reading.