Stories from the Front Lines

In his 27 years at Hoosier Energy, Line Foreman Mark Richardson has trekked countless hours across the hills and hollers of southern Indiana and Illinois to find downed power lines. Each winter storm comes with its own challenges complicated by cold temperatures and excessive snowfall.

Tornadoes Hit Cooperative Territory

The National Weather Service confirmed that on June 15 nine tornadoes touched down across central and southern Indiana.

Preparing for Winter

As the mercury begins to fall on the thermometer, thoughts about winter preparations begin to surface. Winter preparations began in late September and were completed in late October.

Mobile Solution

A mobile substation is a large piece of equipment, replicating the job of a stand-alone substation, that can be transported to a designated location, set up and then used for an undetermined amount of time so that service is not interrupted while work is performed on the substation.

On the Right Track

Track-based bucket vehicles provide broader access to right-of-ways for power delivery crews.

‘Peak’ Performance

Leaders of the Hoosier Energy Apprenticeship Training and Safety (HEATS) program honored the 38th graduating class on Oct. 20 at the French Lick Resort.

Cold Weather Prep

Leaders of the Hoosier Energy Apprenticeship Training and Safety (HEATS) program honored the 38th graduating class on Oct. 20 at the French Lick Resort.