Most electric cooperative employees are busy and always on the go. That can make it difficult to set aside time for travel and a full day of training. The new e-learning opportunities from IEC allow you cooperative employees to grow …Read More.
Twenty-two students represented 11 of Indiana’s electric cooperatives at the Indiana Statehouse Wednesday, March 22, for the cooperatives’ annual Page Day. “Serving as a page gives young people a unique opportunity to participate in state government,” explained Rachel McFadden, youth …Read More.
Fourteen lineworkers to empower a global community for a better tomorrow Fourteen Indiana electric cooperative lineworkers will travel to Guatemala in late April as part of an international initiative to bring electricity to a developing area in Guatemala. “Project Indiana: …Read More.
Cooperative is more than a word to Clark County REMC. The member-owned electric cooperative in southern Indiana believes in collaboration and wants to empower its employees, partners and consumers, CEO Jason Clemmons said. In 2022, Clark County REMC and its …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.
It’s a common problem for most of us: relying on a handy dandy extension cord since we have so many devices and not enough outlets to plug them all into. Indiana Electric Cooperatives warns extension cords should only be used
Twenty-four lineworkers graduated Saturday, Jan. 7, from Indiana Electric Cooperatives’ apprenticeship program, Rural Electric Apprenticeship Program (REAP). REAP is a four-year program that professionally trains apprentice lineworkers from across Indiana. Graduates complete 612 hours of classroom-related study and 8,000 hours of on-the-job
When winter arrives, Hoosiers are never sure of what to expect. Heavy snows, freezing rain, ice storms can create electrical hazards warns Indiana Electric Cooperatives. “Being safe around electricity is something you should focus on year-round,” said Jon Elkins, vice
Electric space heaters and blankets are great ways to stay toasty warm when the temperature drops. Indiana Electric Cooperatives reminds you during these winter months, when space heaters and electric blankets come out of hibernation, home fires increase. “Heating equipment
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