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The promotion of Noble REMC’s recent broadband internet survey was hard to miss.
We sent a letter with each member’s bill, wrote about it here in this magazine and linked to it directly on our website, our mobile SmartHub app and social media. Continue reading.
Transportation goes electric
Electric vehicles are no longer a vision and hope for our future. They’re our present.
Noble REMC is ready to help those who are hoping to join the EV revolution. More than 5 million EVs are estimated to be on the road by 2024.
Recently, the co-op worked with Country Heritage Winery in LaOtto... Continue reading.
Hawk earns certification
Congratulations to Brian Hawk for earning his certification from the Building Performance Institute! Being a BPI-certified Professional means Hawk is at the top of his field with a wide breadth of knowledge in energy efficiency and comfort for homes and businesses, meaning he can solve members’ trickiest problems. He’ll maintain this certification for three years… Continue reading.
Dreibelbis named 2020 Tom Taylor Award recipient
After nearly 30 years in the electric cooperative industry, Kevin Dreibelbis is not easily surprised. That changed in September when he earned the 2020 Tom Taylor Award from Indiana Electric Cooperatives – a shock he didn’t at all see coming but was thankful to receive. “Receiving an award such as this from Indiana Electric Cooperatives,… Continue reading.
Ask the energy advisor
What did I miss?
As we wrap up the second year of this column, I found myself looking over past articles to see what “game changer” I may have missed when it comes to lowering your electric bill without breaking the bank.
Then it hit me! I completely forgot to write about heat pump water heaters. Continue reading.
Interested in 4-H? Let us cover the cost
The first 200 youth who enroll in area county 4-H programs for 2021, and whose families are Noble REMC members, will have their 4-H program fee reimbursed by us. When you enroll your child and pay the $15 program fee, contact the Purdue Extension office to ask for a credit voucher, which you can then… Continue reading.
People updating their homes and replacing outdated HVAC systems are more frequently considering mini split heat pumps. This newer technology provides more flexibility and energy efficiency compared to many other options. Our Power Moves team has received four times as many mini and multi split system rebates this year compared to this time in 2019…. Continue reading.