Executive Order 7037 signed by FDR

Executive Order 7037

As late as the mid-1930s, only one in 10 rural homes had electric service. Thanks to an initiative spurred by President Franklin Roosevelt's New Deal, that number transformed to nine out of 10 by 1953. The movement included the incorporation of Tipmont in 1939 to bring electric service to rural areas around Lafayette and Crawfordsville. Today, there are more than 900 electric co-ops in the US bringing electricity to some 42 million Americans.

Today, our people continue their dedication to safely providing you with reliable and affordable electricity. Our mission is to empower our communities by providing state-of-the-art essential services.

As an electric cooperative, Tipmont is non-profit and focused on long-term stability and value delivered to you. Our success is measured by your overall satisfaction with the products and services we offer. Your satisfaction is our profit.

2020 Annual Report

Amid a year of unprecedented disruption, Tipmontā€™s delivery of critical infrastructure services became more important than ever.


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