Marshall County REMC is a member-owned electric cooperative headquartered in Plymouth, Indiana. As a cooperative, Marshall 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 brisk chilly air and color-changing leaves let you know that the holidays are just around the corner! As you plan to partake in annual holiday decorating, you can take some steps to help save money on the décor’s accompanying energy use. Some steps to consider are: Use LED lights for energy savings. If you… Continue reading.
In the spirit of William Arthur Ward’s quote shown to the right, Marshall County REMC expresses gratitude for your membership in our electric cooperative. Because of your connection to Marshall County REMC, we are able to make our community a better place. We share updates in Electric Consumer so that all of our consumer-members have… Continue reading.
Devin Edwards is the new technology manager at Marshall County REMC. Edwards will be responsible for maintaining all computer workstations and associated software within the cooperative. In addition to troubleshooting, he will also handle basic IT maintenance of servers and workstations. Edwards is married to Melissa and has one step-son, Hayden, and one daughter, Jocelyn…. Continue reading.
The annual Marshall County Ag Day was held Thursday, Sept. 13, for area third graders at Centennial Park in Plymouth. Children learned about the value of agriculture in our community. Presenter topics included bees/pollination, electric safety, sheep, goats, dairy, beef, conservation of natural resources, crop production, farm safety and draft horses. Journeyman Lineman Doug MacLain… Continue reading.
Indiana Electric Cooperative Page Day – Jan. 23 Spend a day in the Indiana Senate with students from REMCs around the state. See the Senate in action. Tour the Statehouse. Pass your own legislation during a mock bill activity. APPLY BY JAN. 11 AT IndianaEC.org/?p=287 REQUIREMENTS: You must be available Jan. 23 and have reliable… Continue reading.
Scammers are continuously coming up with new angles to trick members into giving up their personal information or credit card numbers. We would like to remind our members to always be on the lookout for scams. If you receive a call, text message or email asking you about your electric bill, demanding payment or personal… Continue reading.
It’s easy to underestimate the dangers posed by the appliances in your home because, let’s face it, they weren’t something you were taught to worry about. When you were a child, your parents handled all of the household duties. When you got your first apartment your landlord took care of the problems. Now that you… Continue reading.
Years of service: 15 Title: Journeyman lineman Eggleston and his wife, Andrea, have one daughter, Morgan; one son, Ryan; and one grandson, Jaxon. Eggleston enjoys being a volunteer firefighter, riding his Harley and working on his classic Chevy truck.
It’s important for Marshall County REMC to have the most current contact information for our members. This allows us to maintain communication about your accounts and other cooperative business. Current phone numbers are essential when we send out phone notification messages regarding planned outages or other important issues. One of the most crucial phone notifications… Continue reading.
The cooling temperatures and kids once again climbing the school bus steps to head to school mean that fall is quickly approaching! The changing season also can serve as an alarm clock to prepare for what is to come – winter. Early fall is the perfect time to prepare your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning… Continue reading.
There might’ve been a time when you came across an antique or old item in your attic or basement that you could sell for money. Yet did you know that there could very easily be some additional treasures in the form of air leaks – and finding (and sealing) them could lead to energy savings! … Continue reading.