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. Employees of the cooperative serve the many residential and industrial accounts.
Southeastern Indiana REMC is one of the largest electric cooperatives in the state.
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