Keeping your home and family safe is a crucial part of providing a clean, healthy living environment. The appliances we rely on every day are easy to overlook when conducting a home safety inspection, but they need to have a permanent spot on your safety checklist.
Co-ops Vote encourages all co-op members to participate in national, state and local elections while educating political candidates and elected officials about the important role played by electric cooperatives in their communities.
Do you have tamper-resistant receptacles (TRRs) installed in your home to protect your children and grandchildren?
You’ve heard of preventive technology devices that can keep you and your home safe. But just because you have those devices doesn’t guarantee your home will never have a fire.
Southeastern Indiana REMC is excited to announce a new community solar program called My Solar.
Outdoors is the most dangerous place to be during a lightning storm. If you hear thunder, go inside immediately.
Parents cannot always be around, so it is never too early to start teaching children about electrical safety. Share these indoor and outdoor safety tips to better their chances at making the right electrically-safe decisions.