Efficiency Equation
LED lighting technology can help co-op members better manage their energy bill. Combine lighting advancements with an incentive program and the results are beneficial to both cooperatives and their commercial and industrial members.
A Year of Transitions
At Hoosier Energy’s annual meeting in early April at French Lick, Hoosier Energy CEO Donna Walker highlighted the successes of the generation and transmission (G&T) electric cooperative.

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Hoosier Energy 2018 Annual Report
There were many transitions in 2018, which are highlighted in the Annual Report.  As Hoosier Energy enters its 70th year, we continue to work with our 18 member electric distribution systems to prosper in this new era of opportunities, with a constant focus on doing what’s best for our members and their consumers.
Demand Side Management 2018 Annual Report
The Hoosier Energy Demand Side Management (DSM) program entered its 10th year of helping member-consumers manage their energy use. With a portfolio of seven incentives, the program is reducing summer peak energy demand by 4.3 percent.
A Decade of Demand Side Management
The Hoosier Energy Demand Side Management (DSM) program entered its 10th year of helping member-consumers manage their energy use. With a portfolio of seven incentives, the program is reducing summer peak energy demand by 4.3 percent.
Strategic Priorities
Member Focus: It’s one of the eight strategic priorities approved in October by Hoosier Energy’s Board of Directors. Since that time, CEO Donna Walker has met with the boards of all 18 member co-ops.
Elevating Reliability
NRECA designates the second Monday of each April as National Lineman Appreciation Day. Hoosier Energy pays tribute to all Power Delivery Professionals who work at the G&T and among our member cooperatives.
The life of a line specialist
Sometimes it’s dusty. Sometimes it’s muddy. It might be so hot your shirt is soaked with sweat in just minutes. It could be so cold you can’t feel your hands – and your hands are your tools. You might get a call in the dead of night to head out to fix an outage in a blizzard.It’s crucial, it’s critical, and it’s the job of a line specialist.
Hoosier Energy Welcomes Michelle Lynch for Key Accounts
Michelle Lynch joined the Hoosier Energy Economic Development staff in Key Accounts. Lynch started her new position on March 1, 2019.
Distribution Lines vs Transmission Lines
Transmission and distribution power lines are a vital part of “the grid.” These lines incorporate separate voltages as power is transmitted from generating stations to member-consumers.
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