We all want to save money on our electric bills. And as long as we are saving, we might as well save money all year long! Because heating and cooling our homes account for about 50 percent of our utility bills, that is a good place to start looking for ways to save. Any time… Continue reading.
Congratulations to the recipients of the 2018 Fulton County REMC scholarships! We are proud to honor these local students for the dedication and hard work they have shown throughout high school. Cora Alber from Tippecanoe Valley High School will be attending University of Saint Francis. Zane Briggs from North Miami High School will be attending… Continue reading.
There are many benefits that come with being part of an electric cooperative. You aren’t just a customer, you’re an owner. You choose who’s in charge by voting for directors each year – men and women who live in our communities, not far-off investors in other states. One of the best benefits of being an… Continue reading.
Soaring temperatures during the summer can cause electric bills to skyrocket. This summer, take a vacation from high electric bills by making your home — and your family’s habits — more energy efficient. Beat the heat Air conditioning helps most Americans beat the sweltering summer heat. Proper maintenance and smart use of your home’s cooling… Continue reading.
Clark County REMC once again offers our members the chance to win four tickets to each of the Louisville Bats Sunday home games at beautiful Louisville Slugger Field. Below is the schedule of upcoming games. JULY 8: VS. TOLEDO JULY 15: VS. COLUMBUS JULY 29: VS. ROCHESTER AUG. 12: VS. LEHIGH VALLEY SEPT. 2: VS…. Continue reading.
Some 240 Indiana students kicked off their summer breaks with two impactful programs that combine educational experiences with memory-making fun activities. Touchstone Energy Camp, held June 6-8 at Camp Tecumseh in Brookston, Indiana, offered over 140 incoming seventh graders a traditional summer camp experience while also injecting information about electric safety and electric co-ops. Activities… Continue reading.
Lightning safety begins when you hear the rumble of the thunder in an impending storm. Growing up, your parents might have told you to count the seconds between the thunder and a strike of lightning to know how far away the storm was. “One one thousand, two one thousand, three one thousand…” But, did you… Continue reading.
A cooperative does not earn profits in the way other businesses such as investor-owned utilities do. Instead, any profits or margins remaining after all expenses have been paid are returned to the members in proportion to their use of the co-op’s services through capital credit allocations and retirements. Capital credits represent each member’s share of… Continue reading.
The 79th annual meeting was held at the Spencer County Youth and Community Center on April 17. More than 525 members registered, and we issued 943 meal tickets for members and their families. Over 160 children attended and entered their names for the kids’ prize drawing. For those of you who missed the meeting, I’ll… Continue reading.
Operation Round Up allows Southern Indiana Power members to work together to help others. Thank you to those members who round up their electric bills to the next highest dollar each month. Since the inception of the program in 2006, grants have been awarded to local organizations totaling over $370,112. Your small change is really… Continue reading.
Look for this column each month as we feature local businesses offering an instant discount to Southern Indiana Power members. Just show your Co-op Connections® Card and enjoy! The Rustic Country Club 1375 S. Old State Road 45 Rockport, IN 47635 812-649-9258 10% off discount. Not valid with other offers or discounts. Lincoln Pines Lake… Continue reading.