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.
When thunderstorms are rolling your way, stay safe with these helpful tips from the American Red Cross: Listen to local news or NOAA Weather Radio for emergency updates. Watch for signs of a storm, like darkening skies, lightning flashes or increasing wind. Postpone outdoor activities if thunderstorms are likely to occur. Many people struck by… Continue reading.
Join us to see an operating geothermal heating and cooling system, featuring a closed loop system, in this newly constructed home.
Thousands of Indiana residents save money by asking their local electric co-op to install a simple switch that reduces energy use when energy demand —and cost — surges. The switch also helps members and everyone else in their community save even more all year long by adjusting energy consumption during specific times. When you add… Continue reading.
Every year, we take the time to thank our extraordinary line workers who dedicate their lives to keeping the lights on in our local communities. Ten lineworkers maintain more than 1,000 miles of line in Marshall County REMC’s service territory, and without them, our world would be dark. We depend on our entire staff to… Continue reading.
Official notice The annual meeting of the members of Marshall County Rural Electric Membership Corporation will be held at the Plymouth Wesleyan Church, 11203 Michigan Road, Plymouth, Indiana. The doors will open at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 4. Two directors will be elected. The candidates selected by the nominating committee are listed here. In… Continue reading.
The annual meeting is your opportunity to vote for the candidates running for the Marshall County REMC board of directors. The REMC is governed by a board of directors who are elected by the members at the annual meeting. The directors are challenged with the responsibility of representing the membership in major decisions that face… Continue reading.
On Jan. 24, the Marshall County REMC Operation Round Up board awarded grants, totaling $7,798, to the following organizations: Bread of Life Community Food Pantry received funding to purchase an air conditioner for the garage space of a new building to allow more food storage between 68 and 74 degrees. Bread of Life provides one… Continue reading.
Do you want to save money and electricity but have limited time, money and patience? According to the Department of Energy, a “typical American family” spends nearly $2,000 per year on its home energy bills. Much of that money, however, is wasted through leaky windows or ducts, old appliances or inefficient heating and cooling systems…. Continue reading.
Marshall County REMC is proud to announce Chris Ennis, journeyman lineman, graduated from the Rural Electric Apprenticeship Program (REAP). REAP is a four-year program for apprentices who wish to become electric linemen. Ennis attended more than 500 hours of classroom instruction and related study, and he completed 8,000 hours of on-the-job training. Several phases of… Continue reading.
The committee to nominate qualified candidates for a seat on the board of directors met on Friday, Jan. 13, at the Marshall County REMC building. This year’s committee was made up of the following Marshall County REMC members: Steve Martin, Craig Hawley, Betty Wade, Dean Zechiel, Eldon Amor, Sr., Lewis Leeper, Lowell Seymour, Dale Schultz… Continue reading.
Voting for local, state and national political positions is an extremely important part of your civic duty as an American, and a right we shouldn’t take lightly. As an electric cooperative member, you also have the right to vote for your co-op’s leadership each year (often done at your annual meeting). Each of Wabash Valley… Continue reading.
If you’re considering building a new home this year, you may be focused on wall color, countertops and floors. Building a home does provide the opportunity to pick what you want but that also extends further than just what a home looks like and allows you to build a home that functions well, keeps you… Continue reading.