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If It's Not Insulated, Neither Are You. We Keep Them Up Here For A Reason Even Three Is A Crowd.


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Our commitment is to provide safe, reliable electricity and quality services to the communities we serve, enhancing their quality of life through innovation and sustainable economic development.


You are an owner.

We are a not-for-profit electric cooperative governed by a board of directors made up of our members.  You are more than a customer - you are a member and an owner.

Stay connected.

As a member, you receive the Electric Consumer magazine and a bill insert to help you stay up-to-date on news from your co-op.  We invite you to stay connected with us on all of our social media channels.  You can also download the SmartHub mobile app to connect with us and manage your account.  Our Bylaws and Service Rules & Regulations are also available to view and download.

Join the fun.

You are invited and encouraged to attend our annual membership meeting, at which we conduct cooperative business and elect directors.  Members enjoy prizes, food, and entertainment and learn more about the cooperative's programs and services.

Find out more about our SOLAR and WIND projects!  See real-world data for these small-scale installations.  



Community solar offered to you by your local electric cooperative.  

Affordable, sustainable and safe supply of solar electricity is being offered in partnership with our wholesale provider, Hoosier Energy.  This program will be extended on a first-come, first-served basis to all members who want to invest in, and be a part of, a cooperative solar program without having to own and maintain a rooftop solar system.  

For more information:  Visit the My Solar Page


Looking for ways to save energy and money?

Try the new Home Energy Adventure game!  

Test your energy efficiency skills and learn how to improve your home's energy efficiency, and ultimately save money.  


Broadband SURVEY     

Southeastern Indiana Regional Planning Commission (SIRPC) and the Purdue University Center for Regional Development (PCRD) are completing a "State of Broadband" report for the SIRPC region.  

This report will analyze the broadband footprint in the region, the number of providers available, and other broadband-related information.  It also will gauge the digital readiness level of households in the region.  

Your input is vitally important in order to capture a true picture of the State of Broadband in our region.  We ask you to please complete this Online Survey.  

Your participation is voluntary and results will only be released in aggregated form, removing personal identifiers.  The survey should take 7-9 minutes to complete.  If you or somebody from your household already completed this survey, please disregard this request.  


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