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Two Tipmont REMC lineworkers, Sam Headlee and Eli Smith, alongside eleven others from around the state, graduated Saturday, Jan. 28, from Indiana Electric Cooperatives’ apprenticeship program, Rural Electric Apprentice Program (REAP).
While saving money through greater energy efficiency may be a year-round objective for many consumers, the way to achieve this goal will vary by season. There are a number of factors that impact energy efficiency, including weather, the age and condition of the home, and desired comfort levels. During fall and winter months, when the outdoor temperature is chilly, consumers desire a warm home and seek to keep the cold air out. Conversely, in the spring and summer, the focus is on keeping the hot air from infiltrating cool abodes.
According to most forecast models, our area is under a freezing rain advisory this weekend with an ice potential of anywhere from .10” to .20”. Rest assured, Tipmont REMC is prepared for anything Mother Nature throws our way.
Kaidyle Neukam has always been a go-getter. She knew there was a whole world out there to explore, she just needed a little help opening the door.
Time of use rates can help you save.
Did you know that when you use electricity often matters as much as how much electricity you consume?
Capturing Energy Savings by Sealing Air Leaks
Save energy and seal air leaks by weather stripping exterior doors.
Tipmont's utility crews work in dangerous conditions each and every day. As we move into the cold winter months, these conditions are exaggerated by poor visibility and slippery roads. Slow down, pay attention and eliminate distractions when you're driving.
What a year it’s been for Tipmont and its members.
Since January 1, 2016 Tipmont has hooked up 361 new membership service locations. That may not sound like much, but at a time when many rural electric cooperatives are experiencing flat or declining growth, we are acutely aware of how lucky we are to have a thriving local economy.
Eleven area non-profit organizations will share nearly $30,000 in grants from Tipmont REMC’s Operation Round Up and EnviroWatts programs.