When it comes to your satisfaction and our success, I'll paraphrase Frank Sinatra: “You can't have one without the other.”
Visit with us at the Fountain, Montgomery, and Tippecanoe County fairs this summer.
Trees that grow too close to electrical lines are the primary cause of momentary short circuits and flickering lights.
On average in 2022, Tipmont REMC electric service was active 99.98% of the time.
Extreme cold greatly influences what Tipmont pays for the wholesale energy we distribute to your homes, farms and businesses.
Starting with Tipmont bills mailed Jan. 22, the monthly service charge will increase by $3.50 to $38.
In early 2023, your monthly Tipmont electric bill will increase between 3% and 5% because of inflation's effect on the materials required to deliver electricity to your home.
Tipmont REMC barely resembles the cooperative I knew as a kid … and that’s incredibly fortunate for all 28,000 Tipmont members (and counting).