James and Patty just moved into their new home. While it’s new to them, it’s an older home with a limited supply of electrical outlets. James wants to plug several electronics into an outlet in the house’s living room. He …Read More.
Malfunction of electric appliances, equipment and wiring is a leading cause of home fires annually. Many electrical fires, however, can be prevented simply by understanding basic electrical principles and following safe practices. “The statistics are staggering and disturbing,” explained Rick …Read More.
Winter weather in Indiana brings more than just snow. With those white flakes come an onslaught of sleet, ice and freezing rain, often leaving Hoosier roadways slick and dangerous. High winds and heavy ice can also take their toll, blowing …Read More.
Shopping for dorm décor, searching for extra-long sheets, and stocking up on Easy Mac are musts for students going off to college for the first time. Another must, which is often overlooked, is being mindful of electrical safety concerns associated …Read More.
When you hold a tiny baby in your arms, it’s difficult to imagine the energy and curiosity that so quickly develop as that baby turns into a toddler. Pushing, pulling, moving, bending … they’re all important activities for a typical …Read More.
A South Central Indiana REMC lineman, James Hugart, rescued an injured person in a tree in Martinsville May 19. The victim, a freelance tree trimmer, was working alone and was severely injured. Pinned by a limb with blood flow cut …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.
Legislation introduced by Indiana Congresswoman Susan W. Brooks freeing charitable and cooperative associations from burdensome federal pension requirements was passed by the U.S. House of Representatives today. House Resolution 4275 – the Cooperative and Small Employer Charity Pension Flexibility Act …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.
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