Steuben County REMC is a member-owned electric cooperative headquartered in Angola, Indiana. As a cooperative, Steuben 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.
This tax season, embrace the audit that will help you save money! An energy audit will include a thorough review and testing of electricity use in your home — along with recommendations on steps you can take to save! An energy audit will help you in several ways. It will: Inform you about your home’s… Continue reading.
Whether you’re looking for some general information on how to be safe around electricity, or some more detailed discussions of the specific properties of how electricity works, we can cater any presentation to your topic, your length and your availability. With a brand new, high voltage safety display, this is the perfect time to schedule… Continue reading.
As April arrives, it brings with it the showers that produce spring flowers. It also heralds the beginning of a potentially stormy season that can inherently include power outages. While Steuben County REMC strives to provide reliable electricity to our members, there are times when Mother Nature has other plans. Most of us can ride… Continue reading.
As lineworkers and road crews do their jobs to help the community, Steuben County REMC asks drivers to do their part in keeping workers, themselves and their passengers safe when driving through work zones. Slow down driving through work zones — it’s the law! The Indiana Work Zone Safety Law sets steep penalties for driving… Continue reading.
Time is winding down for members to submit a petition to run for the Steuben County REMC board of directors. Completed petitions are due to the REMC office no later than May 9, which, pursuant to the bylaws, is 45 days prior to this year’s annual meeting. Steuben County REMC is governed by a nine-member… Continue reading.
What is the PowerShift program? PowerShift is a program for members who allow your electric co-op to control the demand for electricity during times of the day when electricity is the most expensive. Participating in the program is pretty easy. A representative of the co-op will set up a time to come to your home… Continue reading.
How many of us remember dropping into a Steuben County REMC office with our parents and 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…. Continue reading.
Steuben County REMC is governed by a nine-member board of directors that acts on behalf of the membership, ruling in the members’ best interest in matters of the cooperative. The REMC board of directors is the legal body that both the members and the regulatory agencies hold accountable for the actions of the cooperative. Their… Continue reading.
March 2 is Employee Appreciation Day! This day, we pause to celebrate the hard work and efforts of the men and women who dedicate themselves to bettering the lives of our membership each and every day. Thank you to our staff and employees for all of the great things you do. We appreciate you!
Steuben County REMC is excited to announce our newest addition to the REMC family, Britt Holden. Holden joins our team as a member service representative. If you’ve stopped by the office in the last few months, hers is most likely the first face you’ve seen! Britt was born and raised in Angola, where her family… Continue reading.
Good weather gives us a chance to thaw out after a chilly winter. We take advantage of longer daylight hours by doing a little spring cleaning and yard work. But the seasonal shift isn’t all good news. The rapid change from harsh, cold air to warmer temperatures can trigger severe weather. To protect our lines… Continue reading.