Fulton County REMC and Tipmont REMC will participate in Purdue Extension’s “Solar Energy Applications for Agriculture” workshop on Wednesday, Nov. 12, 8:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. The workshop will be held at the Fulton County Fairgrounds. The workshop is an …Read More.
Decatur County REMC has been awarded a $5 million federal loan for infrastructure improvements. The U.S. Department of Agriculture funds are part of a more than $1.4 billion rural electric power program. Read more: Inside Indiana Business and Indianapolis Business Journal.
Bryan Keith Mathews was recently selected by the Southeastern Indiana REMC board of directors to fill the position of general manager upon the end-of-the-year retirement of Robert Mackey, who currently holds that position. Full Story.
Boone REMC’s Board of Directors named Bill Conley as President & CEO of the electric cooperative during its Oct. 1 board meeting. Conley, Boone REMC’s former Manager of Finance and Member Services and a co-op employee since 1996, had been serving as …Read More.
Representatives of Tipmont REMC will unveil a new solar array installed at Tipmont REMC and announce Tipmont’s Community Solar Program. This is Indiana’s first Community Solar Array, allowing members (those served by) Tipmont REMC to purchase energy from the solar …Read More.
Paulding Putnam Electric Cooperative named Erika Willitzer its marketing and economic manager. It’s a move CEO George Carter hopes will ensure a more competitive business environment and position for economic growth in the PPEC territory. The electric company serves more than …Read More.
RushShelby Energy encourages its members to construct new homes using energy efficient building products, including insulating concrete form (ICF). ICF is a system of formwork for reinforced concrete usually made with a rigid thermal insulation that stays in place as a …Read More.
Steve Seibert, CEO of Southern Indiana Power, traveled to Washington, D.C., on a mission: tell key members of Congress what the Environmental Protection Agency’s greenhouse gas proposal will do to consumers who rely on affordable and reliable electricity. The result? …Read More.
Washington, D.C. – Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014 Southern Indiana Power CEO Steve Seibert Wednesday participated in a roundtable on the Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed greenhouse gas regulations for existing power plants. Seibert and other roundtable participants advised the Republican members …Read More.
I recently moved to Perry County and as a Southern Indiana Power Co-op member received a request from Steve Seibert, the cooperative’s chief executive officer, to comment on the Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed rule to regulate carbon-dioxide emissions from existing …Read More.
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