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Electric and Gas
Vectren Corporation is an energy holding company headquartered in Evansville, Ind. Vectren's wholly owned subsidiary. Vectren North provides energy delivery services to 570,000 natural gas customers located in central and southern Indiana. Vectren's Nonutility Group is involved in Infrastructure Services and Energy Services. Infrastructure Services provides underground construction, repair, and replacement services
Duke Energy is the largest electric power holding company in the United States, supplying and delivering energy to approximately 7.4 million U.S. customers. The company owns and operates diverse power generation assets in North America and Latin America, including a portfolio of renewable energy assets. Duke Energy is a Fortune 125 company traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol DUK. Service area covering approximately 95,000 square miles in the Southeast and Midwest
Hoosier Energy is a generation and transmission cooperative providing wholesale electric power and services to 18 members distribution cooperatives in central and southern Indiana and southeastern Illinois. Based in Bloomington, Indiana, Hoosier Energy operates coal, natural gas and renewable energy power plants and delivers power through nearly 1700 miles of transmission network.
Harrison REMC is a not-for-profit organization, locally owned and operated by the members it serves. Harrison REMC is part of a national group of over 900 electrical distribution cooperatives in 47 states that serve over 42 million people. Electric co-ops in the U.S. own and maintain 2.5 million miles of line and cover three quarters of the nation’s land mass. Harrison REMC looks forward to continuing to provide reliable, affordable and safe electricity to our members.
More than sixty-five years ago, a group of determined, rural residents united in their cause to bring electricity to their homes and farms. Neighboring investor-owned utilities could see no profit in serving rural areas, so local farmers and rural residents banned together to form Dubois REC. Dubois REC offers a variety of rebates for residential customers to save energy in new or existing homes. Rebates are offered for geothermal and air-source heat pumps, central air conditioners, electric water heaters, and electric thermal storage units (both room and whole-house units).
Daviess-Martin County REMC
Daviess-Martin County REMC, located in Loogootee, Ind., was organized and incorporated in the March of 1939. It is a provider of electric services. The company offers a wide array of products, such as metered propane, security lights, electric grills, weather radio, long distance, ETS heaters, water heaters, CFL bulbs and surge protection. Indiana was one of the states that took the lead in rural electrification. The REMC Act providing the legal framework for organizing REMC's was adopted in 1935. During that same year, President Franklin Roosevelt issued an Executive Order creating the Rural Electrification Administration as part of his emergency relief programs to fight the depression.
Utilities District of Western Indiana REMC
UDWI REMC, a Touchstone Energy Cooperative, is a member of the Hoosier Energy Power Network and the 4th-largest electric co-op in southern Indiana, serving over 19,000 meters in Clay, Daviess, Greene, Knox, Lawrence, Martin, Monroe, Owen, Putnam, Sullivan, and Vigo counties for 80 years. Based in Bloomington, Indiana, Hoosier Energy operates coal, natural gas and renewable energy power plants and delivers power through a 1,500-mile transmission network.
Orange County REMC
More than 75 years ago, a group of determined, rural residents united in their cause to bring electricity to their homes and farms. Neighboring investor-owned utilities could see no profit in serving rural areas. So local farmers and rural residents joined together to form Orange County REMC.Today, the REMC has grown into an electric cooperative with nearly 8,000 members.