Clark County REMC is a member-owned electric cooperative headquartered in Sellersburg, Indiana. As a cooperative, Clark County REMC follows seven core principles that are universal to cooperatives worldwide. Among those principles is one stressing education, training and information. Electric Consumer, a monthly magazine published especially for Indiana’s electric cooperative members, is one way the REMC informs and educates its members. Electric Consumer is available not only in a print format, but as an electronic publication for those who prefer getting their information on their electronic devices.
Dave Casey is Working for You. Dave has been with Clark County REMC for 34 years as a lineman. He currently maintains and installs special equipment such as electronic reclosers, regulators and capacitor banks. His job impacts the reliability that our members receive. When asked what he enjoys most about his job at REMC, he… Continue reading.
Hoosier Energy purchases energy generated from the wind at farms in Indiana, Iowa and Illinois. The turbine generators capture the kinetic energy of the wind and convert it into electricity. Output from these wind farms is enough to power 21,000 homes. For more information about Hoosier Energy’s generation sources, log onto hoosierenergy.com/about/energy-strategy. Your energy producer is a… Continue reading.
Every year, soon-to-be seventh graders from all around Indiana energize their summer at Touchstone Energy Camp. Clark County REMC is proud to send these students to Camp Tecumseh YMCA Outdoor Center on June 6-9 for this educational opportunity. The students will have a fantastic start to their summer activities and will learn about basic electricity,… Continue reading.
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.
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.
Josh Bohlsen is Working for You. As the Operations Supervisor, Josh has been with Clark County REMC for 8 years. Before taking his role as supervisor, he was an REMC lineman. Prior to REMC he was a job planner for 4 years at an investor owned utility. When asked what he enjoys most about his… Continue reading.
Underground utilities, such as buried gas, water and electric lines, can be a shovel thrust away from turning a spring project into a disaster. Play it safe by dialing 811 to find out where utility lines run on your property. Your call will be routed to a local “one call” center. Tell the operator where… Continue reading.
April 7 marked another great annual meeting for Clark County REMC. I received lots of great feedback about the things you loved most. The music brought by Terry Lee and the Rockaboogie Band was electric. As always, Amazon John from Silly Safaris made sure the children had a great time. And, of course, the door… Continue reading.
Hoosier Energy landfill methane gas (LMG) units generate 18 megawatts of energy. It is part of the “all of the above” energy strategy that includes coal, natural gas and other renewable sources. LMG systems capture gases released from decaying organic material in solid waste landfills to power gas turbines like the one shown. Landfill generation… Continue reading.
Since 2012, Hoosier Energy has had a power purchase agreement at a 4-megawatt hydroelectric facility near Dayton, Illinois. The plant produces about 18,000 megawatt-hours annually — enough to power about 1,500 homes. A 600-foot long dam on the Fox River regulates water flow that is directed to a side canal. Electricity at this facility is… Continue reading.