2024 Annual Meeting of the Members

THE UDWI REMC ANNUAL MEETING OF MEMBERS WAS HELD APRIL 24 AT UDWI HEADQUARTERS.                                VIEW THE PRESENTATION NOW.

PROVIDING SAFE, RELIABLE, AND AFFORDABLE ELECTRICITY TO ITS MEMBERS


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For our members East of Bloomfield near Sharkey Rd. There will be an extended outage due to a car hitting a pole. Crews are on site with additional crews on the way to replace the pole. We apologize for the inconvenience and appreciate your patience. ... See MoreSee Less

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What about 257 south in Daviess Co?

Be safe!!

Be safe!!!

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School is out (or almost there) throughout our service territory - which means pools are opening! Read this pool safety tip from Indiana Electric Cooperatives below.Look up and around for pool safety.

Before getting your pool ready for the season, be sure to look up and around for overhead powerlines. Carry pool cleaning tools horizontally whenever possible. Avoid using pool poles for skimmers/nets if power lines are overhead. #ElectricalSafetyMonth
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School is out (or almost there) throughout our service territory - which means pools are opening! Read this pool safety tip from Indiana Electric Cooperatives below.

SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE @ 10:00 P.M.

All payment portals and IVR system will be down for system maintenance today, Saturday, May 18th, 2024. The event will begin at 10:00 p.m. and should take no longer than a couple of hours. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Thank you for your patience and understanding!
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"There are steps you can take to investigate and resolve a tripped circuit breaker. Sometimes, the situation can be resolved quickly. However, if the issue cannot be found or the breaker continues to trip, contact a qualified electrician to investigate and fix the problem."

Read the article below to learn more!An unexpected power outage likely makes you fly to a far-flung region in your home — your circuit breaker box. This month's Indiana Connection helps you get acquainted with this important piece of your home's infrastructure. buff.ly/4bDByge
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There are steps you can take to investigate and resolve a tripped circuit breaker. Sometimes, the situation can be resolved quickly. However, if the issue cannot be found or the breaker continues to trip, contact a qualified electrician to investigate and fix the problem.

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