Trees growing too close to electrical lines are the primary cause of momentary short circuits and flickering lights.
Now through August 31, 2022 we're offering a one-time, $5 bill credit for every membership that goes paperless.
Several hundred Tipmont REMC members joined us for Kilowatts & Brats events in May – at which we served up tasty food and the latest on our fiber-internet build and pursuit of a new power supplier.
Effective June 22, Tipmont REMC’s new residential electric rate (which most members pay) is $0.1137/kWh — an increase of 3.5%.
As temperatures rise, Tipmont realizes its members may have questions about the reliability of regional electric grids to meet summer-season demands.
Would you know what to do if you came across a downed power line? Tipmont REMC offers the following tips to help keep you safe.
Tipmont and Indiana’s other 37 rural electric cooperatives united to successfully defeat a proposed Indiana legislative amendment that threatened reliability and safety.
It is important to understand how to safely operate your home’s electrical system.
Four Tipmont REMC lineworkers are part of a 30-person delegation of crews and equipment to assist with the power restoration effort in Virginia after winter storms moved through the state.