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Whenever we have a planned outage, you will see the notice posted here.  

The planned outage ended with power being restored at 6:15 a.m. this morning, June 24, 2019.  Thank you for your patience and understanding during this time.  

This public service message is from Southeastern Indiana REMC, in association with Hoosier Energy and Duke Energy, regarding a 12-hour planned outage affecting all REMC members in the Hidden Valley Lake and surrounding areas from Salt Fork Road east to the Ohio border and Georgetown Road south to state road 50.

After a short service interruption which occurred on Wednesday, June 19th, Duke Energy isolated a section of faulty transmission line (which carries 161,000 volts)  requiring immediate attention to ensure service reliability moving forward. 

The planned outage to repair the transmission line will occur on Sunday evening, June 23rd at 6 p.m. and last approximately 12 hours to Monday morning, June 24th at 6 a.m.

All REMC members in the Hidden Valley Lake and surrounding areas are encouraged to take precautionary measures with regards to medical issues, security and internet issues, sump pumps, emergency lighting, etc.  Dearborn County EMS and the HVL POA is working closely with REMC to monitor this planned outage.

REMC members who have access to Smarthub can log into their Smarthub account and view progress reports and maps of the affected area throughout the 12- hour period.  REMC members can also view progress reports and maps through social media and the REMC website.

Southeastern Indiana REMC, Hoosier Energy, and Duke Energy appreciate and thank you for your patience and understanding. 



During a major storm, you will see restoration updates posted here.  






While we are committed to providing you with reliable service, at times you may experience a power outage due to weather, maintenance or other factors. 


Before reporting an outage:

First, check your fuses and breakers. 

Then, check to see if your neighbors are without power.

You can report a power outage in two ways.nk is external)



Download our free Smarthub mobile app to your smart-phone or tablet.  It's free and fast - no waiting on hold!  The app also allows you to view an outage map. 


Call us at 812-689-4111 or toll-free at 800-737-4111.



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Coping with Power Outages

Sudden power outages can be frustrating and troublesome, especially when they last a long time.  If a power outage is 2 hours or less, don't be concerned about losing your perishable foods.  For prolonged power outages, though, there are steps you can take to minimize food loss and to keep all members of your household as comfortable as possible.  


Download the Red Cross Ready Checklist and view the Be Red Cross Ready Module.  

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