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The Farm Bill is critical legislation for rural America. In addition to provisions important to farming, trade, research, nutrition and conversation, it contains tools that help electric cooperatives perform some of our most basic functions.
America’s Electric Cooperatives support legislative efforts to increase access to affordable and reliable broadband in areas where we serve.
Protecting the nation’s electric power grid and ensuring an affordable, reliable and secure supply of energy are top priorities for electric cooperatives, and the electric power industry as a whole.
NRECA supports EPA’s proposal to rescind the Clean Power Plan (CPP), and strongly encourages EPA to move purposefully to propose and finalize a replacement 111(d) rule consistent with the section’s regulatory history.
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Indiana’s electric cooperatives applaud Gov. Holcomb’s commitment to expanding rural broadband

Sep. 4, 2018

Indiana’s electric cooperatives applaud today’s announcement at South Central Indiana REMC by Gov. Eric Holcomb that he has allocated $100 million toward rural broadband expansion as part of his Next Level Connections infrastructure plan.

$12 billion in benefit if Indiana closes rural digital divide

Aug. 28, 2018

A study released Monday by the Purdue Center for Regional Development estimates Indiana could gain nearly $12 billion in economic benefits if broadband were deployed in the rural areas of the state. The report, commissioned by Indiana Electric Cooperatives and Tipmont REMC and funded by CoBank, further estimates a return of nearly $4 to the local economy for every dollar spent on the necessary infrastructure.

Utility poles weigh somewhere around 700 lbs. each. Our electric lineworkers generally use heavy equipment to dig the holes for and move the poles to an upright position that allows for wire to be strung over crossarms and deliver electricity to power our homes.

Our team of Project Indiana lineworkers is traveling to Guatemala today to start the process of stringing that wire and make all of the important connections that will ultimately power about 110 homes in San Jacinto. But, the residents of this village have been working incredibly hard to prepare for their arrival.

Follow the journey: www.projectindiana.org/san-jacinto-updates/
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Utility poles weigh somewhere around 700 lbs. each. Our electric lineworkers generally use heavy equipment to dig the holes for and move the poles to an upright position that allows for wire to be strung over crossarms and deliver electricity to power our homes. 

Our team of Project Indiana lineworkers is traveling to Guatemala today to start the process of stringing that wire and make all of the important connections that will ultimately power about 110 homes in San Jacinto. But, the residents of this village have been working incredibly hard to prepare for their arrival.

Follow the journey: http://www.projectindiana.org/san-jacinto-updates/

6 days ago

Indiana Electric Cooperatives

Have you made the switch to programmable thermostats yet?
via Team Up To SaveA programmable thermostat can help you save on heating/cooling costs. You can pre-set temperatures for when you’re away or asleep. Pair it with a high-efficiency heat pump, AND an up to $1,500 REBATE on your purchase for even MORE savings: https://teamuptosave.com/hvac-rebates.
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Have you made the switch to programmable thermostats yet? 
via Team Up To Save

Scammers posing as utility workers may appear unannounced at your front door offering a free energy audit, efficiency inspection, water quality or pressure testing, or some other service. These unsolicited intruders may be pitching unnecessary expensive products or attempting to steal items from you. Unless your utility company has notified you in advance, or you initiated a request for such a service, do not let them into your home or business.
#KnowTheSigns
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Scammers posing as utility workers may appear unannounced at your front door offering a free energy audit, efficiency inspection, water quality or pressure testing, or some other service. These unsolicited intruders may be pitching unnecessary expensive products or attempting to steal items from you. Unless your utility company has notified you in advance, or you initiated a request for such a service, do not let them into your home or business.
#KnowTheSigns
#StopScammers