Member cooperatives across the Hoosier Energy power network are helping their commercial and industrial customers address cost pressures through various energy savings programs.
The latest end-use survey provides quantifiable data that can help in the selection of marketing programs and communications that provides value for member-consumers.
Electric utilities across Indiana have formed a new economic development partnership to attract jobs and capital investment to co-op communities called the Indiana Power Partners (IPP).
The Scientech Club of Indianapolis consists of retired educators and practitioners in the fields of science and technology. The Merom Generating Station welcomed 52 club members on June 24 for a tour of facilities.
Hoosier Energy presented $5,000 to the Lawrence County Economic Growth Council to help fund enhancements at the North Lawrence Career Center located in Bedford, Ind. CoBank, a national cooperative bank, matched Hoosier Energy’s investment with an additional $5,000 through its Sharing Success Matching Grant program.
Jackson County REMC hosted its first member appreciation event May 31 at the Hamilton Township Volunteer Fire Department in Seymour, Ind.
Employees from member cooperatives recently attended an energy reliability workshop at Hoosier Energy’s headquarters to learn how the generation and transmission electric cooperative works with various regulatory entities to meet compliance standards.
The National Weather Service confirmed that on June 15 nine tornadoes touched down across central and southern Indiana.
Hoosier Energy is a generation and transmission electric cooperative providing wholesale power and services to member distribution cooperatives. Founded in 1949 and based in Bloomington, Indiana, Hoosier Energy is a generation and transmission cooperative.
Wayne-White Electric Cooperative was a sponsor of the Lineman’s Rodeo on April 27 at Frontier Community College in Fairfield, Illinois.