Connection Conversations is an initiative to gather data on member interest and current provider speeds in areas with existing broadband providers.
As a not-for-profit cooperative, Tipmont answers only to members like you.
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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.
As I wrote last month, Tipmont is not immune to inflationary pressure. Costs have increased to deliver the reliable electricity you expect. As specific examples, the cost of poles has gone up by 33% since 2020, the cost of wires used most often has risen by 16%, and transformers now cost 200% to 300% more […]
news Tipmont Wintek has scheduled a series of Kilowatts & Brats member meetings this coming February. You can read the wrap up from the 2022 meetings. Enjoy a tasty brat on us and hear from President/CEO Ron Holcomb and other key Tipmont Wintek staff about the latest in our fiber-optic broadband rollout, our fight for […]
As Tipmont REMC Board Chairman Brent Bible wrote in October’s Indiana Connection: Inflation makes everything cost more. More specifically, per the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, general prices in our nation over the last decade have increased by nearly 30%. As Bible also noted, American energy costs have thankfully held that tide a bit. […]
Bringing fiber internet to rural Tippecanoe.