Carroll White REMC and Fulton County REMC For the Good of the Order Electric cooperatives have a long history of developing the “next generation” of consumers and educating them about electric cooperatives, the cooperative business model, and community service. Indiana’s …Read More.
Monthly Archives: August 2020
Bartholomew County REMC On a ‘Journey to Great’ In late 2013, the Balanced Performance Scorecard, a tool for organizations to measure, manage and improve functions, was introduced to the leadership team at Bartholomew County REMC. BCREMC soon began using the …Read More.
The moratorium on utility disconnects ended Aug. 14 as expected. Since March, Indiana utilities have been prohibited from disconnecting consumers for past due accounts. During this time, Indiana’s electric cooperatives have worked with their consumers to establish payment plans and …Read More.
The 21st Century Energy Task Force is expected to resume meeting Sept. 17. Hoosier Energy CEO Donna Walker represents the state’s cooperatives on this task force as a governor’s appointee. In early August, the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission (IRUC) issued …Read More.
When Ralphie Parker’s dad attempts to plug his glorious but tragically fra-gee-lee “Italian” leg lamp into an overloaded wall outlet in the holiday movie classic “A Christmas Story,” there first came a “snap of a few sparks” and the “whiff …Read More.
Indiana Electric Cooperatives (IEC) named Alexandra Jones to its government relations team. She will serve as the association’s political action and grassroots coordinator. Jones, who was previously the association’s government relations intern, is responsible for leading IEC’s political action committees …Read More.
First of Many COVID-19-Related Bills Earlier this Spring, the Families First Coronavirus Response Act was signed into law. The bill has assisted American workers and families dealing with the effects of COVID-19. This legislation provided many workers with up to two weeks …Read More.
The IEC will be setting up strategic regional in-district meetings with legislators and cooperative CEOs. The purpose of these meetings is to develop relationships between cooperative leadership and local state elected officials. If you have a specific legislator in mind …Read More.
Thank you for your continued support of Indiana ACRE and Indiana FORE. Political participation has been and remains a crucial requirement to the future success of electric cooperatives in Indiana. As such, IEC welcomes the opportunity to visit your cooperative …Read More.
The second round of the Next Level Connections Broadband Grant Program, Indiana’s broadband grant program, kicked off in January. Nearly 40% of all applications were filed by an Indiana electric cooperative. More than $100 million in requests were made by …Read More.