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Hoosier Energy Powers Business Success

From automotive companies to the nation’s largest food redistributor, the Hoosier Energy service territory is home to many thriving Indiana and Illinois companies. Visit our case studies below to learn more about business success in our service territory.


Three REMCs using REDLG funds to improve communities

A bright white water tower emerges from the landscape near the small towns of Scotland and Crane served by Utilities District of Western Indiana (UDWI) REMC. The simplicity of the tower belies the significance of the structure to the viability of the area. The water supply has driven an economic boon for business development and it has paved the way for a training academy in a thriving technology park. A 10-year loan with a zero interest rate fro... Read More

Merkley Meats Upgrades

Meat-Packer Uses REC Rebates for Efficiency Upgrades As energy usage enters the 21st century, the trend in technology is towards blending higher efficiency equipment with "green" Earth-conscious energy-savings. This trend, paired with increasing government regulations that require businesses to practice energy responsibility, means companies have more to think about when carrying out routine replacement of aging equipment. In some cases... Read More

Co-op Energy Savings Help Factory Regain Production

For decades, the Delta Faucet Plant was a major manufacturing asset to the Greensburg community, located in Decatur County, Indiana. Company founder Alex Manoogian opened the plant in 1959., and the facility at 1425 W. Main Street peaked at 1,300 employees while producing an array of upgraded faucet and bath components within bustling 380,000 sq. ft. facility. 
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Whitewater Valley Gives Boost to Warehouse Power Quality

Whitewater Valley REMC Offers Expert Examination of Facility to Find and Correct Wiring Problems


Terry Ferrell, Maintenance Supervisor of the Dot Foods Cambridge City Distribution Center, had a power problem affecting almost all aspects of the plant and its nearly 200 employees. Dot Foods is one of the largest food re-distributors in the United States, and power issues in Cambridge City could potentially affect food d... Read More

Martinsville Elementary Benefits from REMC Grant

The Martinsville Metropolitan School District (MSD) is spread across twelve locations in a suburban Indianapolis county. Many of those are "Energy Star Certified" by the EPA, a federal program which recognizes facilities that take the proper steps to ensure their power is used in the most efficient manner possible. The school district administration was puzzled by the fact that South Elementary, though the newest school in the district, consisten... Read More