Legislative Issues Reference Guide Indiana Electric Cooperatives (IEC) publishes this document as a reference to many of the issues we continue to face in state government. While these statements reflect our current summary positions on the referenced issues, this document …Read More.
South Central Indiana REMC linemen recall the winter storm of Jan. 2014, one of Indiana’s worst winter storms in this video: http://youtu.be/87IUDjgI0WI.
David Sheets, senior vice president at Rush Shelby Energy, was recognized as the top co-op communicator in the nation by the Cooperative Communicators Association (CCA). Sheets was presented the prestigious H.E. Klinefelter Award during a banquet at the organization’s 2014 …Read More.
Henry County REMC was the first cooperative in the state to use billboards to rally its members to visit the action. coop website to urge the EPA to stick to an “all-of-the-above” energy policy. To read the full story visit …Read More.
Kosciusko REMC was recently presented with its second consecutive No Lost Time safety award from Federated Rural Electric Insurance Exchange. The award recognizes cooperatives that have exceeded industry safety standards and achieved 5,000 working hours per employee with no lost …Read More.
You have likely heard in the news that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released another round of proposed regulations. We would like to explain what these regulations could mean to you. What are these new regulations? The latest round of …Read More.
The U.S. Senate today passed S. 1302 by unanimous consent. The legislation eliminates the Deficit Reduction Contribution for electric cooperatives’ Retirement Security Plan and makes the Pension Protection Act (PPA) exemption permanent. PPA’s “single-employer” plan rules are designed specifically to …Read More.
Indiana Electric Cooperatives today announced opposition to the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) just-released regulations for existing source coal-fired electricity generation facilities. “We are concerned about the impact these regulations will have on our member owners,” said Rick Coons, CEO of …Read More.
Priority: Provide safe, reliable and affordable electricity while supporting a cleaner environment. Issue: Support a responsible energy policy that balances Hoosiers’ energy needs with environmental concerns through an all-of-the-above approach. Call for action: Indiana Electric Cooperatives urges the EPA to …Read More.
Priority: Protect the service territories of member cooperatives Issue: Maintain fair and equitable electric service territories that are in the best interest of all ratepayers. Call for action: Indiana Electric Cooperatives urges the Indiana legislature to enact legislation that protects …Read More.
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