Indiana Electric Cooperatives recognized 10 Indiana legislators for their leadership and support of issues and policies important to Indiana’s electric cooperatives. The ‘Champion of Indiana’s Electric Cooperatives’ award honors lawmakers who demonstrate leadership and steadfast support for electric cooperative legislative …Read More.
Under current state law, municipal electric utilities can take territory and consumers away from electric cooperatives and investor-owned utilities after a municipal annexation, compromising the operations of cooperatives and raising expenses for the remaining members. By law, electric cooperatives and …Read More.
A group of standout Indiana middle schoolers got gold medal attention for giving back to their communities, thanks to the statewide electric cooperative association. Indiana Electric Cooperatives honored five students recently with its Youth Power and Hope Awards during a …Read More.
Five Indiana middle school students have been named recipients of the 2014 Youth Power and Hope Award. The award recognizes fifth through eighth grade students who are active leaders in their community and whose parents live on electric cooperative lines …Read More.
Indiana Electric Cooperatives launched a radio and social media campaign in opposition of new EPA regulations for existing source coal-fired electricity generating facilities. The statewide campaign includes a seven-week social media presence and a six-week radio buy. The association is …Read More.
Indiana Electric Cooperatives today announced opposition to the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) just-released regulations for existing source coal-fired electricity generation facilities. “We are concerned about the impact these regulations will have on our member owners,” said Rick Coons, CEO of …Read More.
Indianapolis, Ind. – The Indiana Electric Cooperatives documentary television special ‘Power to the People’ was presented awards on Friday, May 2, at the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) “Best in Indiana” awards ceremony. The film’s production team of Diane Willis, …Read More.
INDIANAPOLIS – Twelve Indiana trade associations today in a letter to Administrator Gina McCarthy voiced opposition to the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) proposed standards for greenhouse gas emissions. The organizations, while representing a broad group of Indiana electricity consumers, all oppose …Read More.
Indianapolis, Ind. — In a speech today at Georgetown University, President Obama announced a broad new federal mandate to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from electric power plants. The President will instruct federal regulators to apply the Clean Air Act to …Read More.
Indianapolis, Ind. – Thursday’s defeat of the Farm Bill in the US House of Representatives was met with disappointment by Indiana’s electric cooperatives who would have greatly benefited from several provisions and reforms in the 2013 version of the bill. …Read More.