Reliability: It's a full-time job
Much like taking a car in for an oil change, Noble REMC’s electric grid system goes through routine maintenance to ensure its reliability in providing power to our members.
It’s not the most visible work that we do, but it’s some of the most important.
“It’s about being proactive, rather than reactive,” said Operations and Engineering Manager Doug Dickmeyer. “One of my priorities is focusing on scheduling preventative maintenance.”
All 'Mach'-ed up
Noble REMC talks the talk, and now we walk the walk…well, drive is more like it.
The co-op recently invested in the purchase of the completely electric 2021 Mustang Mach-E to showcase the dependability and reliability of the technology and encourage our members to learn about the benefits of EVs.
If Energy Advisor Brian Hawk’s smile isn’t enough to convince you to go electric, wait until you see it in person.
Local student earns art contest honors
Noble REMC congratulates Cameryn Proxmire, a local eighth grader, who was awarded honorable mention in the annual statewide Cooperative Calendar of Student Art Contest.
Proxmire attends St. John Lutheran School in Kendallville and will receive a $75 cash prize, as well as be featured in 2022’s calendar. Members can pick up a calendar later this year at the office.