Southeastern Indiana Rural Electric Membership Corporation (REMC), headquartered in Osgood, Indiana, is a member-owned corporation that has supplied electric power to member-owners since its incorporation on April 29,1939. Southeastern Indiana REMC serves portions of Dearborn, Franklin, Jefferson, Jennings, Ohio, Ripley, and Switzerland counties in southeast Indiana.
We are a distribution utility - we don't generate our own electricity. We purchase our power from Hoosier Energy, which is headquartered in Bloomington, Indiana. Hoosier Energy is a generating and transmission cooperative which is owned and controlled by rural electrics in the southern and central parts of Indiana that receive electricity from that organization.
The corporation is wholly-owned by the members it serves and is governed by a board of directors elected by member-owners in each of the 9 voting districts. There is a staff of 64 employees to serve the many residential and industrial accounts.
Southeastern Indiana REMC is one of the largest electric cooperatives in the state with 3,205 miles of line serving 21,935 member-owners.
CO-OP Statistics (as of December 2015)
Number of Members: 23,094
Number of Meters: 26,793
Miles of Line Energized: 3,209
Members Per Mile of Line: 7.2
Meters Per Mile of Line: 8.3
Power Supplier: Hoosier Energy
Newsletter: Co-op Hotline