EnergyLines sat down with Rob Horton to learn about his career at Hoosier Energy, what challenges the utility might face in the next few years and his love for the great American pastime – baseball.
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The year 2018 was a time of transition for our cooperative and our industry. We experienced leadership changes at member cooperatives and at Hoosier Energy.
Hoosier Energy has interconnect points with other utilities on the grid. As power is transmitted – either being purchased or sold from one utility to another – equipment known as tie lines are used to provide an economical path for the energy to be supplied to the load.
The Hoosier Energy Apprentice Training and Safety (HEATS) program honored the 39th graduating class on Nov. 2 at the French Lick Resort.
As the mercury begins to fall on the thermometer, thoughts about winter preparations begin to surface. Winter preparations began in late September and were completed in late October.
Member cooperatives got the Co-op Month message out to member-consumers on social media platforms.