QSI Automation isn’t a stranger to Noble REMC’s POWER MOVES® program. Founded in 1988, the custom design and machining business has taken advantage of the energy-efficiency rebate program multiple times in the past, including recently receiving a $1,300 check to purchase a variable-frequency drive compressor with a no-loss condensate drain at its Albion location. But… Continue reading.
The first 200 youth who enroll in 4-H by Feb. 28, 2019, and whose families are Noble REMC electric customers, will have their 4-H program fee reimbursed by the REMC. Upon enrolling and paying the $15 program fee, a credit voucher can be obtained by eligible participants by contacting the Purdue Extension office. Bring in… Continue reading.
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… Continue reading.
Noble REMC implemented advanced metering more than 15 years ago, but myths continue to circulate about its technology and use. Noble REMC Meter Supervisor Dan Cochard is here to dispel these ideas. “People read a lot on the internet. It’s not all true,” Cochard said. “There are a lot of falsehoods.” Among these misconceptions are… Continue reading.
“Feeling gratitude and not expressing it is like wrapping a present and not giving it.” In the spirit of William Arthur Ward’s words, I’d like to express my gratitude for your membership in our electric cooperative. Because of your connection to Miami-Cass REMC, we are able to make our community a better place. During this… Continue reading.
Grissom Air Reserve Base is one of Miami County’s treasures. As Miami County’s largest employer, over 1,800 military, civilian and contractor personnel work there. Served electrically by Miami-Cass REMC, it is one of only five Air Force reserve bases in the nation. The 434th Air Refueling Wing, one of the key aerial refueling units in… Continue reading.
The Miami-Cass REMC board of directors has approved returning over $1.2 million to our members. This patronage was earned from 1940 to 1977. Your electric co-op is almost 80 years old, and each year the board has reinvested the margins back into our system to improve reliability and keep our electric system running smoothly. It… Continue reading.
Counted five board members present. Board member Todd Smith and Miami-Cass REMC attorney Jeremy Fetty also attended via teleconference. 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… Continue reading.
The Miami-Cass REMC office will be closed on Nov. 12 for Veterans Day as well as Nov. 22 and Nov. 23 for the Thanksgiving holiday. Daylight saving time ends on Nov. 4. Make sure to set your clocks back one hour. It’s also a good time to check your smoke detectors.
“Feeling gratitude and not expressing it is like wrapping a present and not giving it.” In the spirit of William Arthur Ward’s words, I’d like to express my gratitude for your membership in our electric cooperative. Because of your connection to LaGrange County REMC, we are able to make our community a better place. During… Continue reading.
We’ve all heard the saying: If you don’t like the weather in Indiana, wait five minutes. Mother Nature may have pushed back LaGrange County REMC’s Community Day, but the wet weather didn’t dampen our spirits. In honor of Co-op Month, held every October, LaGrange County REMC teamed up with electric cooperatives across the state to… Continue reading.