Whether you’re about to welcome your first baby home or already have toddlers in your home, you’ve probably thought a lot about safety. Beyond safety gates and rubber corner guards, Indiana Electric Cooperatives recommends parents also think about other potential …Read More.
Aug. 11 is just one day a year, but Indiana Electric Cooperatives hopes the 8/11 date on the calendar will serve as a natural reminder for residents to call 811 any day of the year before a digging project. Every …Read More.
Indiana’s farmers will be shifting into high gear soon as they move into their fields to bring in crops. All that increased activity puts farmers and farm workers at greater risk. “Combines and grain augers are large pieces of equipment,” …Read More.
Tens of thousands of accidents occur each year when power poles are struck by vehicles or large equipment. Each of these accidents has the potential to bring down power lines. Surviving the accident itself might not be enough to stay …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.
Electric safety is probably the last thing that crosses anyone’s mind on a leisurely summertime boat ride. But because water and electricity are a deadly combination, before taking off, brush up on some boating safety rules. “It’s critical that you …Read More.
Camping gets us into the great outdoors and lets us leave civilization behind. Yet, for personal preferences or medical reasons, many of us still want or need the modern conveniences or necessities electricity provides. Fortunately, most popular campgrounds have electricity …Read More.
When planning home improvement projects — especially those that involve electrical work — do you know when to DIY and when to hire a professional? Homeowners wanting to do it themselves can tackle many types of projects, but when safety …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.
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