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.
When officials from several electric cooperatives and other utility interests wanted a look at how distributed generation projects are changing power supply, a road trip through Indiana fit the bill. The tour was sponsored by the 25×25 Alliance, an organization …Read More.
Carroll White REMC became the first company to purchase a lot in the Hoosier Heartland Industrial Park in Carroll County Tuesday, Dec. 2. The electric cooperative plans to build a new operations center in the park. The facility is expected to be complete …Read More.
Indiana Electric Cooperatives named Gayvin Strantz the recipient of the 2014 Ernest G. Shearer Memorial Service Award. Strantz, vice president of job training, safety and loss control at Indiana Electric Cooperatives, was presented the award during the superintendents and engineers …Read More.
Tipmont REMC member and Youth Tour 2013 alumnus Wesley Boone has been profiled by the Indianapolis PBS station, WFYI. Boone started Gear Going Global, an organization devoted to sending new and gently used sporting gear to children in developing countries. As …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.
Israel is eyeing a national project that would take fiber optic broadband to virtually the entire country, and representatives visited NineStar Connect to see how the cooperative does it. Two representatives from state-owned Israel Electric Corp., and one from Israel …Read More.
Think about the key accounts at your electric cooperative and what comes to mind — probably factories, warehouses and schools. How about prisons? They’re on Hoosier Energy’s list. And the G&T helped save one state facility hundreds of thousands of …Read More.
Regulations already imposed, soon to be imposed and in the planning stages by EPA could shut down nearly 100,000 megawatts of electrical energy production, forcing electric rates to skyrocket. That’s the message from Andy Whitesitt, vice president of natural gas …Read More.
Indiana Electric Cooperatives named Carolyn Kilby the recipient of the 2014 C. Tom Taylor Award. Kilby, manager of marketing, communications and office services at Parke County REMC, was presented the award during the Marketing, Member Services and Communicators (MMSC) professional …Read More.
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