LaGrange County REMC is a member-owned electric cooperative headquartered in LaGrange, Indiana. As a cooperative, LaGrange 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.
Many people turn to space heaters or electric blankets for added warmth in the winter. LaGrange County REMC and Safe Electricity remind those who use space heaters and electric blankets to keep safety considerations in mind and use these devices with caution. Here are some tips for using space heaters and electric blankets: Review and… Continue reading.
At this year’s LaGrange County REMC Annual Meeting on June 9, members will have the opportunity to vote for individuals to represent them for the following districts: District 3: All of Bloomfield Township and the east portion of Clay Township, being all of Sections 1, 2, 11, 12, 14, 13, 23, 24, 26, 25, 35,… Continue reading.
It’s hard to believe that another New Year is upon us! As we begin 2018, I thought it fitting to remind you what LaGrange County REMC is all about and share some advantages of being a member of your electric cooperative. Our mission. LaGrange County REMC was established in 1936 to improve the quality of… Continue reading.
LaGrange County REMC’s new Co-op Solar program makes it easier and more affordable than ever to invest in solar energy. Unlike individual rooftop solar systems, Co-op Solar is a “community solar” system — a large system that gives many co-op members the opportunity to get the benefits of solar energy. Instead of a large upfront… Continue reading.
When planning to build a new home, avoid the pitfalls of drafty rooms, poor air circulation and high electric bills. Build a Touchstone Energy® Home to live comfortably — while receiving incentives for a new home guaranteed to save you money. The Touchstone Energy Home program, which is available through your local electric cooperative, guides… Continue reading.
I am pleased to announce that LaGrange County REMC will launch Co-op Solar this January! Co-op Solar is a new program that for the first time will provide you with the opportunity to purchase solar energy — without having to buy or maintain solar panels! Co-op Solar is ideal for those who are interested in… Continue reading.
The board of directors of LaGrange County REMC has authorized the return of capital credits. The cooperative will return a total of $444,000 to members. A portion comes from our power supplier, Wabash Valley Power. The decision was made to return capital credits to current and former members who had electric service from LaGrange County… Continue reading.
It is with heavy heart that we at LaGrange County REMC say goodbye to longtime director Mark Bontrager. He passed away on Nov. 3. Mark was a friend to all and was dedicated to the REMC and its members. Mark began his service on the LaGrange County REMC board of directors in 1968. For 49… Continue reading.
Make sure to use your Co-op Connections Card for everyday savings! Save on prescriptions and so much more. Many local and nationial businesses participate in the Co-op Connections Card program by offering great discounts or special offers to members who show their Co-op Connections Card. Members can search saving opportunities by visiting www.lagrangeremc.com or by… Continue reading.
Thanks to our members who participate in our Operation Round Up program. Since the beginning of the program in January 2002, over $462,000 has been given back to our community. The following organizations received Operation Round Up funds this quarter: Reason 4 Hope, Inc.— $2,000 to help host a motivational community event in LaGrange County…. Continue reading.
Do your plans include building a new home or, perhaps, renovating your current house? No matter the scope, home building decisions can be overwhelming. Today, building houses has become more complex. As new homeowners, we want to save more and maintain less. We prefer larger windows, higher ceilings and open concepts, yet we strive for… Continue reading.
As a young boy growing up in rural LaGrange County, I recall we rarely locked our doors — everyone looked out for each other. But times have changed. It seems every day we hear about another security breach, and today’s thieves aren’t targeting traditional goods like electronics or the family safe. Instead, these thieves want… Continue reading.