We are committed to the well–being of our customers, our employees, and our communities. As the Coronavirus situation continues to evolve, we rely on health and safety information from experts to ensure the decisions we make are consistent with local community, state, and federal standards. We want to stress that all of our essential services will remain unaffected.
Effective immediately, we are implementing the following measures:
Please use this resource for information regarding a January 2020 billing error for members on billing cycle 3.
Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb announced Thursday, August 8 that Tipmont REMC will receive $444,558 from the Next Level Connections Broadband Grant Program. The program, in its first phase of awards, is designed to foster broadband infrastructure investment in unserved areas of the state.
Regular readers of Electric Consumer may be perplexed by a few things:
- Why haven’t you gotten your Electric Consumer this month?
- Why is Tipmont writing articles in a new magazine you got in the mail?
- Is Tipmont so popular that they are now being syndicated?
Congratulations to Tipmont right-of-way coordinator Eric Summerfield on becoming an International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) Board Certified Master Arborist.
According to WLFI-TV meteorologist Cameron Hopman, the cold snap we faced between December 26, 2017 and January 6, 2018 was the longest streak of sub-twenty degree temperatures in our area’s history. The unprecedented streak of cold weather resulted in very high energy use.
Tipmont REMC operations manager Scot Price has completed an intensive program in electric utility safety and loss control. The Loss Control Internship is a series of workshops offered by the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association in conjunction with the National Utility Training & Safety Education Association. The program is designed to instruct participants in many areas related to electric utility industry safety.
Six Tipmont REMC line workers will be part of an estimated 60 Indiana electric cooperative line workers heading to Georgia to assist in hurricane Irma recovery efforts. The line workers could be deployed for up to two weeks, depending on the damage caused by the storm.
The 2017 Farmer's Alamancs are available at our Linden office while supplies last!