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The energy industry is undergoing rapid change, and technology is paving the way for innovation in the way energy is used, produced, stored and shared.
While the changing energy market has created more options for consumers, it has also resulted in more utility scams and misleading information surrounding solar installations in particular. That’s because of two factors. Continue reading.
Yoder earns place in 2021 calendar
Art runs in his family. As soon as he was able to hold a pencil, 14-year-old Bryan Yoder was sketching.
“My dad is a pretty good artist,” said Bryan of his father, Ben. “Ever since I was a little kid, I’ve drawn all the time.”
He’s also well-known by his fellow students at Westview Junior High School as an artist. Continue reading.
COVID relief assistance
To help those affected by COVID-19, Community Harvest Food Bank of Northeast Indiana used its $1,500 Operation Round Up grant, awarded in January, to provide 7,900 pounds of food to LaGrange County residents from January through June this year. This represented 10% of its total distribution. Pictured at right is one such distribution through its… Continue reading.
Lessons from the storm
In the midst of trying to help, sometimes our actions can do more harm than good.
June brought one of the worst storms our service territory has ever experienced. Downed trees and power lines left some members without power for up to three days. Continue reading.
The Silent Charge
Technology advances in electric vehicle development have shifted heads to considering possibilities for the energy industry. EVs are still a small portion of the total U.S. automobile sales but it’s growing rapidly. CNBC reported in May that an industry research firm predicts that the global market for EVs, which are automobiles powered by a rechargeable… Continue reading.