Harrison REMC is a member-owned electric cooperative headquartered in Corydon, Indiana. As a cooperative, Harrison 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.
Hoosier Energy operates a coal-based generation facility located near Sullivan. The Merom Generating Station produces reliable energy 24/7/365. This station is part of Hoosier Energy’s “All of the Above” energy strategy that also includes renewable energy resources. This station has state-of-the-art environmental pollution control equipment installed that is used to reduce emissions. This equipment operates… Continue reading.
Donna Walker is currently the chief financial officer and executive vice president of Hoosier Energy Rural Electric Cooperative Inc. a non-profit generation and transmission cooperative providing wholesale electric service to 18 member distribution cooperatives in central and southern Indiana and southeastern Illinois. Since joining the organization in 1995, Walker has progressively advanced to a… Continue reading.
Here we are, another summer is coming to an end. Students are back at school, and fall is around the corner. Here is what is going on at your co-op. Coming Soon: New Mobile App We have been busy working with our software provider on a mobile app. This mobile app is designed to give… Continue reading.
Due to increasing security concerns, credit card companies are requiring tighter control in protecting consumers’ personal information. The Payment Card Industry (PCI) has implemented requirements for credit card payments that will impact the way Harrison REMC processes these payments. Due to these requirements from credit card companies, Harrison REMC member service representatives will no longer… Continue reading.
Check out this REMC bus trip Opry Mills Mall: Dec. 7 Leave at 7:30 a.m. and return at 8:30 p.m. ● Cost: $45 Here we go again! We’ re headed down to one of our favorite places in Nashville, Tennessee! Be ready to shop ’til you drop! Comfortable shoes also a must on this trip…. Continue reading.
Now you can support renewable energy and share in the power of the sun without the hassle of ownership. To find out more, visit www.harrisonremc.com. My co-op. My solar. No problem.
Emergency management agencies offer FREE emergency alert and mass notification For more information or to sign up for the mass notification system go to: Harrison County: member.everbridge.net/index/892807736725288 Clark County: member.everbridge.net/index/892807736728713 Floyd County: floydcountyema.org
The board of directors of Harrison REMC has approved paying capital credits in 2018 in the amount of $1.25 million for patronage allocated in the remainder of 1981, all of 1982 and a portion of 1983. The board is excited to return your investment in your electric cooperative with this capital credit retirement. As a… Continue reading.
Some of you asked for it, we researched it, and we are now offering it — solar energy for your home without the hassle of ownership or maintenance! Harrison REMC heard your requests for more renewable energy. We understand that in our region, it may be hard for some of our members to do this… Continue reading.
Q: What’s the difference between allocated and retired capital credits? A: Allocated capital credits appear as an entry on the permanent financial records of the co-op and reflect your equity or ownership in Harrison REMC. When capital credits are retired, a check or bill credit is issued to you and your equity in the co-op… Continue reading.
Harrison REMC will make a Wholesale Power Cost Adjustment to its retail rates as a result of changes in Hoosier Energy Inc.’s wholesale power costs to its member Rural Electric Membership Corporations (REMCs). This action will result in an expected decrease to member bills of $0.001914 per kWh ($1.91 per 1,000 kWh). This change will… Continue reading.