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Highlights of the May 31 board meeting

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Posted on Jun 23, 2017 in Southern Indiana Power

In an effort to keep you informed of your cooperative’s operations and activities, the following are highlights of the May 31 board meeting. 1. All directors were present along with CEO Steve Seibert, Administrative Assistant Lisa Hinton and Manager of Member Services Rachael Goldsberry. 2. The April 26 board meeting minutes were reviewed and approved…. Continue reading.

Rate schedule

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Posted on Jun 23, 2017 in Southern Indiana Power

Use this information to figure your bill for electric use in June. Wholesale power cost tracker $0.00766 Indiana sales tax $0.07 General service rate Facility charge $24.50 per month All kWh $0.0975 Off-peak heating systems Facility charge $28.50 per month All kWh $0.0975 All kWh for energy used for off-peak heating systems from 11 p.m…. Continue reading.

Southern Indiana Power news briefs

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Posted on Jun 23, 2017 in Southern Indiana Power

Office closed July 4 The Southern Indiana Power office will be closed in observation of Independence Day. We wish all our employees and members a safe and happy holiday! Spray crews continue In order to maintain clear rights-of-way, our summer spray crews will be moving from the Evanston area to the area served by the… Continue reading.

Making a splash!

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Posted on Jun 23, 2017 in General, Southern Indiana Power

Southern Indiana Power recently donated several cases of bottled water to local schools to be sold at events as fundraisers. Pictured above are students from South Spencer Jr./Sr. School. Other schools receiving donated water through the program include Perry Central Jr./Sr. High School, Heritage Hills High School and Tell City Jr./Sr. High School.

The path to energy independence

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Posted on Jun 23, 2017 in Southern Indiana Power

While fireworks and Independence Day parades are synonymous with the Fourth of July, no such fanfare comes to mind when discussing energy efficiency. Perhaps it should. If you think about it, energy efficiency not only benefits individuals and families, but the country as a whole. Energy efficiency, combined with energy conservation and advances in technology… Continue reading.

Going the extra mile

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Posted on Jun 21, 2017 in A Co-op Perspective, Clark County REMC, Harrison REMC, Local Co-op News, Orange County REMC, Southern Indiana Power

Electric cooperatives are the foundation of the rural electric network. Miles of distribution lines link member-consumers to low-cost, cooperative power. Unlike traditional utilities that serve dense population centers, rural electric cooperatives serve fewer members per mile of line, which could potentially increase the cost of service per member consumer. Despite that disparity, your REMC provides… Continue reading.

Annual meeting review

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Posted on May 25, 2017 in Southern Indiana Power

The 78th annual meeting was held at the Spencer County Youth and Community Center on April 18. More than 550 members registered, and we issued 989 meal tickets for members and their families. Over 160 children attended and entered their names for the kids’ prize drawing. For those of you who missed the meeting, I’ll… Continue reading.

Highlights of April 26 board meeting

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Posted on May 25, 2017 in Southern Indiana Power

In an effort to keep you informed of your cooperative’s operations and activities, the following are highlights of the April 26 board meeting. All directors were present along with CEO Steve Seibert and Administrative Assistant Lisa Hinton. The March 22 board meeting minutes were reviewed and approved. The membership certificates and vouchers were reviewed and approved…. Continue reading.

When the water rises…

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Posted on May 24, 2017 in A Co-op Perspective, Clark County REMC, Harrison REMC, Orange County REMC, Southern Indiana Power

You might have heard the saying, “If you don’t like the weather in Indiana, just wait five minutes!” Unfortunately, during that five minutes, severe weather can strike leading to flooding. According to weather.gov, in September 2003, a record-setting 7.2 inches of rain fell during a 24-hour period. With an average of 42 inches of precipitation… Continue reading.

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