Noble REMC is a member-owned electric cooperative headquartered in Albion, Indiana. As a cooperative, Noble 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.
Lineworker Appreciation Day is Friday, April 9, and we’d like to extend our appreciation to the Noble REMC operations crew who works around the clock to make sure members’ power stays flowing. From left are Journeyman Lineman Zane Gray, Serviceman Dave Dunn, Journeyman Lineman Ethan Dewitt, Apprentice Lineman Cody Kirkpatrick, Journeyman Lineman Jeff Houser, Journeyman… Continue reading.
As snow melts and the ground thaws, electric cooperatives start planning for their annual meetings. Did you know that as a retail member of your local energy co-op, you are also part owner? You have an ownership stake and a direct say in how things are run. As a result, your cooperative’s annual meeting directly… Continue reading.
How many of you remember dropping into Noble REMC with your parents or grandparents to pay the light bill? Whether you do that in person, by mail or online, today paying your monthly bill does a lot more than just keep the lights on. Electricity keeps us connected to our modern world. Consider all the… Continue reading.
Your phone rings. You glance at the caller ID, and it shows the call is coming from Noble REMC. When you pick up the phone, the caller identifies himself as an REMC employee and says you have an overdue bill, and if you don’t pay it immediately, your power will be cut off. Don’t be… Continue reading.
Noble REMC is looking for members who have patronage capital checks due to them. We have posted a list of names to our website for members, or former members, to view. Several names on the list are former members for whom we have no current address. Others are current members who neglected to cash their… Continue reading.
For every five years of service to the cooperative, Noble REMC honors its directors and employees for their accomplishments. The REMC thanks the following individuals for their dedicated service to the cooperative: Robert Lortie, director — 40 years William Emmert, director — 15 years Andrew Strack, director — 15 years Kay Rappel, operations member service… Continue reading.
Thanks to more than 80 percent of Noble REMC members who graciously allow their electric bills to be rounded to the nearest dollar to support our Operation Round Up program. The rounded-up money (pennies per month) is placed in a charitable trust with oversight by its own volunteer board of directors. The money is awarded… Continue reading.
At this year’s Noble REMC Annual Meeting and Picnic on Saturday, June 2, members can vote for individuals to represent them for the following districts: District 3: Wayne Township in Noble County and that part of Milford Township in LaGrange County. Currently represented by Andy Strack. District 6: Jefferson and Albion townships in Noble County…. Continue reading.
Noble REMC is offering three $1,000 scholarships to help area students further their education at an accredited college or trade school of their choice. To apply: Pick up an application at the REMC office or download at nobleremc.com. Complete the application. Submit by March 29. REQUIREMENTS Applicants must be an actively enrolled senior. Their parents’… Continue reading.
Noble REMC directors Bob Marshall and Steve Kirkpatrick have announced their intentions to remove their names from the ballot for re-election to the board. The director election will be held at the cooperative’s annual meeting/picnic on June 2. Marshall represents District 7 which encompasses Allen and Swan townships in Noble County. Marshall has served on… Continue reading.
Noble Rural Electric Membership Corporation is a cooperative owned by the people it serves. When the REMC was founded in 1936, its bylaws established a board of directors and its duties. The board is made up of nine consumer-owners (members). Three directors will be elected to three-year terms at Noble REMC’s annual meeting/picnic on June… Continue reading.
Noble REMC will be accepting applications from non-profit service organizations for environmentally friendly projects that benefit people in the Noble REMC service area. Projects that could be funded by EnviroWatts grants: Develop renewable energy sources and resources. Reduce energy use. Improve water quality of rivers, streams and underground aquifers. Improve air quality of local area…. Continue reading.