Hoosier Energy Promotes Industry Veteran to Manager
Hoosier Energy has promoted Mark Thompson to Manager of Market-Based Rates and Special Contracts. Thompson previously served as a Key Accounts Manager at Hoosier and was responsible for implementation and assistance in developing programs focused on supporting large commercial and industrial (C&I) consumers for Member Systems.
Hoosier Energy hires Manager of Project Management Office
Hoosier Energy has named Chad Cornelius Manager of the Project Management Office. Cornelius and his team are responsible for ensuring standards, practices and procedures are consistently applied across the company’s project work plan. His primary focus is to build, standardize and continuously improve departmental and interdepartmental project management processes.

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Hoosier Energy names Manager of Power Supply Portfolio
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Hoosier Energy names Manager of Public Policy & Community Relations
Hoosier Energy has named Matt Randall as Manager of Public Policy & Community Relations. Matt’s responsibilities include developing, coordinating and executing Hoosier Energy's public policy and government affairs activity, primarily at the state and federal levels.
Whitewater Valley REMC, Hoosier Energy present Cope Environmental Center with $50,000 donation
In celebration of the Cope Environmental Center achieving the Living Building Certification, Whitewater Valley REMC, along with Hoosier Energy, presented a $50,000 check at the center’s open house earlier this week. The contribution will assist the organization in its mission and vision of educating children and securing a sustainable future.
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