Clark County REMC congratulates the 2018 winners of the Indiana Electric Cooperatves Youth Tour to Washington, D.C., scheduled for June 7-14. Indiana’s electric cooperatives will send a delegation of over 100 students from throughout the state on the trip. While on the tour, students will learn about cooperatives, our government and visit places such as… Continue reading.
Our congratulations go out to the 20 students in our service area who won scholarships to Indiana University Southeast, Ivy Tech Community College and Purdue University Polytechnic New Albany. Clark County REMC scholarships have assisted over 400 students since the program began. Please read our publications and visit our website later this year for information… Continue reading.
It’s hard to believe that June is already here. Summer will soon be in full swing, and one of the best parts of this month is the chance to see so many young adults in our community graduate from high school. As a father of three, I have great memories watching my children graduate from… 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. MAY 13: VS. TOLEDO MAY 27: VS. DURHAM JUNE 3: VS. GWINNETT JUNE 24: VS. NORFOLK JULY 8: VS. TOLEDO… Continue reading.
The following listing represents account balance and capital credit refund checks issued to current or former members of the REMC which remain unclaimed at the current time. This listing includes the name, last known city and state of residence, and amount due the member. If you are entitled to claim any of the following amounts,… Continue reading.
Cooperative employees and directors are often asked why customers are called “members.” The answer is simple: our members own our business. Every decision made at LaGrange County REMC directly benefits you — our owner-members. Member driven and member owned, we look out for you because we are you. With members in charge, you can feel confident… Continue reading.
LaGrange County REMC’s annual meeting gives our members the opportunity to vote on the cooperative’s board of directors while enjoying time with neighbors and community organizations. This year will see the election of two board members representing Districts 3 and 4. Both candidates are incumbents and are running unopposed. Attend the annual meeting Saturday, June… Continue reading.
Locally, LaGrange County REMC members who upgrade to a geothermal heating and cooling system can be rewarded with a POWER MOVES® rebate. Now, those who make the environmentally-friendly improvement have the opportunity for a federal tax credit, as well. In February, Congress approved a budget which reinstated the federal tax credit on residential and commercial… Continue reading.
Taking advantage of LaGrange County REMC’s POWER MOVES® rebate program doesn’t have to mean huge renovations or investment, but it does produce big rewards. LaGrange Monument Works recently transitioned to high efficiency LED tube lights from its older fluorescent bulbs and ballasts. The company then applied to receive a rebate through LaGrange County REMC for… Continue reading.
Cooperative employees and directors are often asked why customers are called “members.” The answer is simple — our members own our business. Every decision Noble REMC makes directly benefits you – our owner-members. Member driven and member owned, we look out for you because we are you. With members in charge, you can feel confident… Continue reading.
Noble REMC is bidding a sincere farewell to two longstanding directors of its board. After nearly four decades representing District 7, Bob Marshall is choosing to hand over the reins to a new director, while 15-year veteran Steve Kirkpatrick (District 6) is planning to potentially relocate outside of the Noble REMC service territory in the… Continue reading.
To assist the ACRES Land Trust’s mission to protect local land, Noble REMC recently awarded its first-ever EnviroWatts grant to the organization’s cause. The $2,500 grant will go toward offsetting the costs of protecting and caring for Noble County properties, which can total more than $38,000 annually. Managing 960 acres across 13 preserves, the organization’s… Continue reading.