We are saddened by the news received concerning the passing of William “Willie” Gesse father of Larry Gesse, local attorney at Johnson County REMC. The funeral service will be held tomorrow. Expressions of sympathy may be sent to Johnson County REMC, …Read More.
Monthly Archives: August 2015
We are saddened to have received news concerning the recent passing of Robert Spurling. Robert was a lineman at Bartholomew County REMC. A Memorial Tribute to the life of Robert Spurling will be held at the Bartholomew County REMC office …Read More.
Tom VanParis named CEO of Indiana Electric Cooperatives
Indiana Electric Cooperatives’ (IEC) board of directors today announced Tom VanParis as the association’s next chief executive officer. Currently vice president of member services and communications at Hoosier Energy, VanParis will become CEO of the 80-year-old organization Oct. 19. “I …Read More.
Greg Ternet named CEO of Hendricks Power
Hendricks Power Cooperative announced Aug. 20 that its board of directors had appointed Greg Ternet as chief executive officer effective Sept. 20, 2015. Ternet is currently serving as CEO of Parke County REMC. Read more.
We are saddened to have received news concerning the recent passing of Doug Deese. Doug was the Senior Engineer at Wabash Valley Power Association and had recently retired. Doug was a valued member of the WVPA team since 1992. Doug’s …Read More.
Jay Bartlett named next CEO of Wabash Valley Power
Wabash Valley Power Association’s (WVPA) Board of Directors announced Aug. 11 that Jay Bartlett will become the generation and transmission cooperative’s next chief executive officer. Bartlett is the President and CEO of Prairie Power Inc., an electric generation and transmission cooperative in …Read More.
Noble REMC brings innovative demand response to co-op members
Irrigation packs a big payback for farmers in rural Indiana. Yield more than doubles when you turn on the spigot, jumping from 80 or 90 bushels per acre to more than 200. And, water isn’t the only thing that flows. …Read More.
Indiana Electric Cooperatives expresses concern about Clean Power Plan
Indiana Electric Cooperatives, the association representing the state’s 38 electric distribution cooperatives, remains concerned about the impact the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Clean Power Plan and the impact new regulations will have on its members. “As not-for-profit, member-owned electric cooperatives, …Read More.