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.
The tradition continues this year with the glove/mitten/scarf tree! Thanks to you and our employees and directors, hundreds of gloves, scarves and socks have been donated to agencies working with families in need in our service area. Please make a contribution this year to warm the hands and heart of a child or adult who… Continue reading.
Clark County REMC will be closed on Thursday, Dec. 7, from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. for our service awards program. Happy holidays from the directors and employees of Clark County REMC. We wish you a safe and joyous holiday season and look forward to serving you in 2018. In honor of the holidays, our office will… Continue reading.
Indiana Electric Cooperative Page Day: Jan. 31 – Feb. 7 Spend a day in the Indiana Senate with students from REMCs around the state. See the Senate in action, observe policy debates, assist legislators during session, and tour the governor’s office and Statehouse. REQUIREMENTS You must be available on Jan. 31 or Feb. 7 and… Continue reading.
Hoosier Energy and Wabash Valley Power Association have entered into a 20-year purchase power agreement that will add 100 megawatts (MW) of energy from EDP Renewables’ Meadow Lake V wind farm for the benefit of rural electric cooperative members across the state. Meadow Lake Wind Farm, which consists of five operational sections that flank Interstate… Continue reading.
Mike Mugler is Working for You. As the Information Technology Manager, Mike has been with Clark County REMC for 11 years. When asked what he enjoys most about his job, he stated, “I enjoy helping my co-workers solve their computer and technical problems.” Mike was born and raised in the New Albany area where he currently… 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.
Be a part of a dynamic organization by serving on the Clark County REMC board of directors. Deadline for petition is Jan. 8 at 4 p.m. If you want to be a part of a company that has a commitment to community and the people that live here, consider serving on the REMC board of… Continue reading.
Warm hands, warm hearts underway! Donations accepted now through Dec. 8! The tradition continues this year with the glove/mitten/scarf tree! Thanks to you and our employees and directors, hundreds of gloves, scarves and socks have been donated to agencies working with families in need in our service area. Please make a contribution this year to… Continue reading.
Heather Meagher is Working for You. As the Receptionist and a Member Service Specialist, Heather has been with Clark County REMC for nearly 2 years. Heather greets all members that come into the office as well as on the phone. She always has a smile on her face and her cheerful attitude helps members feel welcomed… Continue reading.
We are joining 30,000 cooperatives nationwide this month to celebrate National Co-op Month, which recognizes the many ways cooperatives are committed to strengthening the local communities they serve. Clark County REMC delivers electricity to approximately 21,000 member-owners in our seven-county service area. Delivering safe, reliable, affordable power is our top priority, but we are also… Continue reading.
One of the seven cooperative principles is “education, training and safety.” These aspects are important to Hoosier Energy — your cooperative’s energy provider. That is why we have built a facility to support your cooperative’s training and skill improvement needs through a variety of programs. Live-line or rubber-glove training allows apprentices to work on energized… Continue reading.