Hoosier Energy is taking rights-of-way vegetation management to a whole new level. Trees and brush in Hoosier Energy rights-of-way are being trimmed by 10 saw blades connected to a helicopter.
Acquiring a high-speed internet connection can be hard in rural communities, but in today’s world, it has a huge impact on quality of life.
Power outages, employee injuries, rate increases – three topics that might lead to crisis for electric cooperatives.
The 2018 Hoosier Energy Annual Meeting, while welcoming new members, was also set for good-byes. The meeting was more than just a summary of the previous year. Several officers and members had announced their retirements, making this their last annual meeting.
This robotic ‘gecko’ is scanning the tubes within the boiler at the Merom Generating Station during scheduled maintenance taking place this spring.
The environmental services team works with Hoosier Energy staff to provide the framework to manage environmental aspects for the G&T.
Lineworker Appreciation Day is April 9. So during the month of April, if you see a lineworker, please pause to say thank you to the power behind your power. Let them know you appreciate the hard work they do to keep the lights on, regardless of the conditions.
Every three years, Hoosier Energy undergoes a safety audit performed by the Rural Electric Safety Achievement Program (RESAP). The program is a service of the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA). It strives to promote the highest standards of safety among electric cooperatives.