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  • Cooperative Art Calendar | SEIREMC

    Do you like art? So do we! If you’re an Indiana student in grades K-12, enter your artwork in the Cooperative Calendar of Student Art contest by March 29, 2024. Indiana’s electric cooperatives and their statewide magazine, Indiana Connection, invite Indiana K-12 students to enter the Cooperative Calendar of Student Art Contest. A first-place artist will be selected for each grade, K-12, and will receive $200. The artwork of each grade level winner will illustrate either the cover or one of the 12 months of the calendar. Additional artists will earn honorable mention awards and will receive $75. These works will appear in the calendar. Artwork will be judged on artistic merit, originality, creativity and its suitability for a wall calendar. Indiana public, private or home-schooled students in kindergarten through 12th grade during the 2023-24 school year are eligible. ​ The 2025 wall calendar will be available in autumn 2024. The entry deadline is March 29, 2024. Entry Form Contest Rules 2025 Calendar Art Contest Winners


    High Speed Internet Service for Your Home & Business High Speed Internet Service for Your Home & Business SIGN UP TODAY! Current REMC SmartHub Account Holder CLICK HERE Don't have a SmartHub Account? CLICK HERE Get the speeds you want with no contracts or data caps. Sign up in May or June for your chance to win a FREE SMART TV! SPEED TEST RESIDENTIAL PACKAGES For residences, farm operations, and churches. Next business day support. BASIC Up to 100/100 Mbps ​ Ideal for online gamers and professionals who work from home. $64.95/Month PLUS Up to 500/500 Mbps ​ Ideal for streaming multiple movies and TV shows, video conferencing and more. $79.95/Month PREMIUM Up to 1 Gig/1 Gig ​ Ideal for optimum speed across all your connected devices simultaneously $109.95/Month COMMERCIAL PACKAGES Requires 24/7 response, open more than just during the day - during the week, heavily reliant on connection to operate, uses VOICE for business phone system. BASIC Up to 100/100 Mbps $149.95/Month PREMIUM Up to 1 Gig/1 Gig $349.95/Month Connecting at the speed of light. Current REMC SmartHub Account Holder CLICK HERE Don't have a SmartHub Account? CLICK HERE Improve WiFi Signal Reach Lifeline Program Lifeline is a federal program that helps lower the monthly cost of your phone or internet service. Subscribers may be eligible to receive up to $9.25 off their phone or internet service if they qualify and live in an area where the program is offered. ​ Step 1: Qualify Check to see if your household fits into any of the eligible categories. ​ Step 2: Apply Are you already enrolled in Lifeline? You don't need to apply again - visit the Lifeline program website to learn more. ​ Step 3: Complete the Lifeline Consent Form Once you have enrolled in the program, please complete our Lifeline Consent Form. Technical Support More Information SEI Fiber Rate Schedule | Terms and Conditions | Speed Test Policies Acceptable Use Policy | Battery Backup Policy | Broadband Internet Service Disclosures | DMCA Policy and Information | Privacy Policy

  • Ask an Energy Advisor | SEIREMC

    As your trusted energy partner, we believe savings and efficiency are within reach for everyone, and we want to help you get there. That's why Southeastern Indiana REMC's Energy Advisors are here to help. Understanding how your home uses energy can help determine: ​ best ways to adjust energy consumption improve problem areas keep more money in your wallet Looking for ways to make your home more energy efficient? Are you experiencing high energy bills? Is your home uncomfortable? Educating yourself on your energy usage will benefit you in multiple ways. You can learn about your energy usage and monitor your hourly and daily usage through your SmartHub account. Understanding where and how you use energy helps you identify opportunities for savings. If you do not already have an active SmartHub account, set one up today. Filling out this form will provide important information for an Energy Advisor to assess your home's current efficiency. * You must have an active SmartHub account * What are your concerns? First Name SEIREMC Account Number Last Name Phone Number Email Address Address Line 2 City State Zip Code Additional Comments Home Information Help us learn more about your home and save time by completing as many of the following questions as you can. Number of People Living in Home Home's Square Footage Home's Age Home Heating & Cooling Do you program your thermostat? Choose an option Do you have a smart thermostat? Choose an option Home Heat Source Choose an option Home Heat Source - Other Home Cooling Source Choose an option Home Cooling Source - Other Age of HVAC system Choose an option When was the last time your HVAC system was serviced? Age of HVAC system - Other Depth of Insulation in your home (inches) Choose an option Do you feel any air leaks around your home? Choose an option Which parts of your home are insulated? Water Heating What type of water heater do you have? Choose an option Additional Usage Do you have any of the following? Check all that apply Pool Hot Tub Well Pump Additional building on same meter Other What would you like to gain from an energy assessment? Check all that apply lower usage increase energy efficiency learn how to monitor your usage with our app learn about home improvements to increase efficiency learn about rebates other Upon submission of this form, please make sure you have an active SmartHub account. Submit Thanks for submitting! An Energy Advisor will follow up with you soon.

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  • Safety Tip of the Month:

    Can you shower during a thunderstorm? Growing up you were probably told by your parents not to wash your hands or shower during a storm to keep from being struck by lightning. They might have also told you to unplug everything as soon as thunder rolled in. Being struck by lightning is a scary concept, but is it true that it can happen inside the house? In southeastern Indiana, we're familiar with the intensity of storms. However, that familiarity can lead to unsafe practices and avoidable accidents. Over time this old wives’ tail has lost its sparkle and that might need to change. The question remains: can you shower during a thunderstorm? The answer is a resounding no! Being in contact with water or electricity during a thunderstorm can be extremely dangerous. When lightning strikes, it seeks out the closest conductor, whether it's a tree, a house, or an electric pole. If you're touching running water when lightning strikes your home, the risk of electrocution is very real—not just when showering, but even when washing dishes. The electricity from the lightning could travel through your plumbing as water is a perfect conductor. Keeping this in mind, turn off the laundry, pause the dishes, and stay away from any plumbing. The next time a storm rolls in, take those extra precautions. It's always better to be safe than sorry—your shower and dishes can wait! Additional Safety Tips During Thunderstorms: ·         Stay Indoors: Seek shelter in a sturdy building or a vehicle with a hard-top roof. Avoid small sheds, picnic shelters, or isolated structures. ·         Unplug Electronics: Lightning strikes can cause power surges that damage electronics. Unplug computers, televisions, and other sensitive equipment to prevent damage. ·         Avoid Corded Phones: Use cordless or cellular phones during storms. Avoid using corded phones as they can conduct electricity if struck by lightning. ·         Stay Away from Windows and Doors: Close windows and doors to prevent strong winds and flying debris from entering. Stay inside until the storm passes. ·         Avoid Contact with Concrete Floors and Walls: Concrete can contain metal reinforcing bars that conduct electricity. Stay off concrete floors and walls during a thunderstorm. ·         Do Not Use Metal Objects: Stay away from metal objects such as pipes, fences, and equipment. Metal conducts electricity and increases the risk of lightning injury. ·         Wait Before Going Outside: After the storm has passed, wait at least 30 minutes after hearing the last thunderclap before venturing outdoors. Lightning can strike from a distance. ·         Monitor Weather Alerts: Stay informed about storm developments and warnings. Use weather apps or NOAA Weather Radio for timely updates. ·         Create a Safety Plan: Prepare an emergency kit with essential supplies such as water, non-perishable food, flashlights, and a first aid kit. Develop a family communication plan in case of power outages or emergencies. By following these safety guidelines, we can minimize the risk of injury or damage during thunderstorms and ensure that everyone stays safe and prepared in our community. Let's prioritize safety and take proactive steps to protect ourselves and our loved ones during severe weather events.

  • The Importance of Fiber Access in Rural Areas

    Most of us rely on our internet connection in some way, shape, or form. You go to your sister's house, and she has the kids watching Bluey while she cooks dinner. Your brother missed the game last night, so he is in the living room watching highlights of it on YouTube. Mom and Dad scroll endlessly on some form of social media to fill in the time gaps. All these scenarios have one thing in common: they are all connected. The newest development in any administrative position is the ability to work from home. With technology developing quickly, we reap the benefits of advancements, which allow us to get things done in the comfort of our dwellings. We have all been there; your child gets sick, or your childcare falls through. Maybe your car breaks down. Whatever the reason, working from home has given us the freedom not to risk our livelihood while living far more comfortably. Sadly, not everyone can get high-speed internet. Without Fiber, people in rural areas can’t enjoy connectivity like those in urban areas. While people in more populated areas get to see the benefits that the Internet brings to our lives, Broadband access in rural areas has been outdated since it began. Slow internet speeds, unreliable connections, and still at a higher cost than it is worth, broadband needed a makeover. And you all agreed! In 2019, Southeastern Indiana REMC surveyed to see the need for fiber optic internet in its service territory. With a resounding 90 percent yes, we began building in 2021. Fiber optic internet, with its fast and reliable connections, is a game-changer for rural areas, bringing the same level of connectivity enjoyed by much of the population. Today, infrastructure is built out to all areas in the original plans. “It is all about spreading the word now,” says B.J. Myers, VP of Communications and Creative Services. “Moving forward, we need to increase our take rates, getting as many homes connected as possible.” She also stated, “We will also look for expansion opportunities that make sense for the Co-op and the community.” Fast, Reliable, and Affordable Internet should be available for all. Southeastern Indiana REMC is about safely providing electricity AND diversified services to the members and communities we serve. Fiber is a service we are happy to provide to all who want to stay connected in today’s digital world. At Southeastern Indiana REMC, we’re committed to enhancing the quality of life for our members. Contact us today to learn more about how to get connected!

  • Energy Tip of the Month - April 2024

    Many of us have a similar thought looming on our minds as Spring begins, what am I going to do with my landscape this year? While gardening and landscaping can be a nice hobby, we can also consider how to keep energy costs low all year round with our planting. A well-designed landscape can add beauty to your home and reduce home heating and cooling costs. Plant deciduous trees with high, spreading crowns to the south of your home to block sunlight in the summer and reduce the need for air conditioning. Deciduous means the tree sheds its leaves annually meaning they also allow sunlight to warm up our homes in the winter after their leaves are gone. You can also plant evergreen trees and shrubs with low crowns to block winter winds. Dense evergreen trees and shrubs planted to the north and northwest are the most common type of windbreak and can help lower energy used for home heating. Good examples of Deciduous trees that thrive in our area include most Maple, Birch, and Willow trees. Spruce and Cedar are two good options for the Evergreen as they tend to do well in Indiana. Consider planting these trees this spring to help reduce the cost of your electricity in the future. We know peak energy times can be hard on our community, that’s why we will be keeping our members informed with monthly energy efficiency tips! Check back again next month for more knowledge on how to lower your monthly bill. Source:

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