Electric safety is probably the last thing that crosses anyone’s mind on a leisurely summertime boat ride. But because water and electricity are a deadly combination, before taking off, brush up on some boating safety rules.
If there’s been a theme to Tipmont’s past 12 months, it’s that we’re fighting for you. First, it was to accelerate our fiber internet deployment, which we accomplished. Now, it’s to stabilize the rate we pay for your power supply and offer flexibility that meets your current and future energy needs.
Soak up the sun and the water but avoid the shock
You’ve waited to open your pool, bring out the boats and soak up the sun! But before you dive into all the summer fun, remind yourself and your family of the dangers lurking inside pools and lakes. Remember: water and electricity don’t mix!
Tipmont REMC Member Meetings
Summer's here, and Tipmont REMC is serving up Kilowatts & Brats for our members!
We’re saddened to share the passing of former Tipmont employee Charlie White on April 26.
DISTRICTS 2, 5 AND 7 ARE UP FOR ELECTION
Tipmont’s 2021 Annual Meeting is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 18, at the newly remodeled Tippecanoe County Fairgrounds.
Thanks to the generosity of members like you, Tipmont grant programs are improving lives and communities.
10 ways to save energy in the laundry room
Your clothes washer and dryer account for a significant portion of energy consumption from major appliances, and let’s face it––laundry is no one’s favorite chore. Make the most of your laundry energy use! There are several easy ways you can save energy (and money) in the laundry room. The Department of Energy recommends the following tips for saving on suds:
Most office environments are considered low-risk in terms of electrical hazards. But that doesn’t mean you should take safety for granted. Just because you’re not working on a factory floor with high-voltage equipment or are operating large machinery outdoors near power lines, don’t assume electrical hazards can’t be present.
What a difference a year makes. My column in May of last year was filled with uncertainty, but also hope. Just like so many other organizations — hospitals, schools, churches, government, businesses — Tipmont was rethinking how to operate in a fundamentally altered environment.