Indiana Electric Cooperatives (IEC) named Ryan J. Heater to lead its government relations team. Heater will serve as the association’s vice president of government relations beginning Sept. 25. Heater will lead the association’s state and federal governmental relations efforts, which …Read More.
The project cleared two hurdles with the City of Carmel. The project received plan approval through the City of Carmel Technical Advisory Committee on June 21 and the Commercial Committee on June 27. Additional work has continued on details for …Read More.
At the June 16 Indiana Electric Cooperatives board meeting, Brian Stavish presented IEC two checks on behalf of National Rural Utilities Cooperative Finance Corporation (CFC) and National Cooperative Services Corporation (NCSC). The contribution of $35,750 from CFC is used to …Read More.
Behind-the-scenes work has progressed over the last two months at the new IEC office building. The application for the expansion was submitted May 17 to the City of Carmel’s Technical Advisory Committee. With this filing, we are on track for …Read More.
For most people, their electricity provider is just the company that keeps the lights on. But an electric cooperative’s relationship with its consumers is different. Indiana’s electric cooperatives advocate for Hoosiers like you on the state and federal levels so …Read More.
Second Class of Program Scheduled for Fall The next Advanced Lineman Training Program (ALTP) class is Oct. 30-Nov. 1, at the Franklin Training Center. DOWNLOAD THE PROGRAM FLYER The ALTP is designed for line crew leaders from across the state …Read More.
The USDA last week published in the Federal Register a notice for a new program designed to help cooperatives with clean energy initiatives. The Empowering Rural America Program makes $9.7 billion available for electric cooperatives to create renewable energy, zero-emission …Read More.
In 2018, Indiana Electric Cooperatives left its longtime High School Road home and moved into its current sub-leased space on the north side of Indianapolis. The move afforded the IEC board time to adequately plan for what the organization needed …Read More.
With many of Indiana’s 94,000 farmers beginning to plant their crops, Indiana Electric Cooperatives offers electrical safety tips on the farm. Farming is one of the top 10 most dangerous jobs in the United States with 62 farmers electrocuted every …Read More.
Cassady to lead statewide electric cooperative trade association Indiana Electric Cooperatives’ (IEC) board of directors announced John Cassady as the association’s next chief executive officer. Currently executive vice president of member and stakeholder relations of Wabash Valley Power Alliance (WVPA), …Read More.