We all hear the public service announcements warning drivers to be aware of road construction, and the possible consequences of not being mindful of these sometimes hazardous work zones. But how many of us are actually listening to these warnings? …Read More.
Johnson County REMC announced John W. Sturm as chief executive officer. Sturm will replace retiring CEO L. Chester Aubin. Read More.
Life isn’t about waiting for the storm to pass. It’s about about learning the safety precautions to take once it’s gone. After a storm, many think the dangers have left with the high winds, heavy rain and lightning strikes; but …Read More.
With the hustle and bustle of the holidays just ending, we’ll do just about anything to make things easier on ourselves. The convenience of electric space heaters are great, but don’t forget about all of the safety precautions you may …Read More.
The Utilities District of Western Indiana REMC named Douglas Childs as its new chief executive officer. The UDWI REMC Board of Directors released Child’s name after a robust national search to fill the CEO position. Childs brings to UDWI REMC …Read More.
Southeastern Indiana REMC is pleased to announce that B.J. Myers, administrative assistant/communications specialist, has earned recognition as a professional communicator in a national certification program offered by the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA). B.J. met the requirements to become …Read More.
Indiana weather can be unpredictable, especially during the winter months. That’s why you should prepare for dangerous situations before a storm hits. It is especially important to develop a plan for prolonged power outages during these harsh months. Heavy snows, …Read More.
Winter is full of holiday festivities, and, unfortunately, home fires. Avoid the hazards that are all too common during this time of year with some helpful holiday and winter electrical safety tips! During these winter holiday months, everyone breaks out …Read More.
The South Central Indiana REMC board of directors named James Tanneberger to succeed CEO Greg McKelfresh, who retires in January 2018 after 42 years at the cooperative. Read More.
Indiana’s electric cooperatives are sending crews and equipment to assist in the Hurricane Irma recovery efforts. The storm has created widespread property damage with more than 6 million without power in the southeastern part of the country. An estimated 60 …Read More.
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