The Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs’ new Indiana Connectivity Program is open for Hoosier residents and businesses lacking high-speed internet connectivity. The purpose of the program is to connect potential customers with providers while assisting with the expense …Read More.
Posts By: IEC Editorial Staff
Chuck Tiemann recognizes more than most how one bad day at work can change a life. As if it were a chapter and verse, he cites his by the day and time: Thursday, May 1, 1980 — May Day, appropriately …Read More.
If your white Christmas goes dark from an electrical blackout, an electric generator can be a great resource for homeowners, especially if the storm and damage is severe and the outage is prolonged. But small portable generators pose risks homeowners …Read More.
On a late wintry Saturday afternoon, Nick and Blake decided to take Nick’s car to a movie — despite falling snow and parental advice to stay home. Moments later, where the county road zigged and zagged a mile past their …Read More.
Cooperative Career Awareness, Job Shadows and Internships Ryan Stuthers pursued an electrical engineering degree when he went to Anderson University, although he wasn’t sure what type of electrical engineer he wanted to be. “There are a lot of avenues you …Read More.
Award recognizes outstanding contributions to electric cooperative member services Indiana Electric Cooperatives named Cathy Racicot the recipient of the 2021 Tom Taylor Award. Racicot, communications manager and member service supervisor at Harrison REMC, was presented the award during the Marketing, Member …Read More.
During the pandemic, most office environments either closed and sent workers home to work remotely when and where feasible or created rotating work schedules. These changes were done to help mitigate the spread of the virus and keep workers safe. …Read More.
Shooting near electrical equipment can be costly and deadly Hunting season brings outdoorsmen of all skill levels and experience into rural Indiana, often to unfamiliar areas. While most hunters follow safe hunting practices, Indiana’s electric cooperatives remind all those afield …Read More.
When Ralphie Parker’s “old man” attempts to plug his “major award” — the infamous plastic leg lamp — into an overloaded wall outlet in the classic movie “A Christmas Story,” there first came a “snap of a few sparks” and …Read More.
Do you recall all the safety rules you were taught about refueling when you first learned to drive: Shut off the engine; don’t smoke; don’t leave the pump unattended; don’t overfill? If you are among the growing number of drivers …Read More.