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Welcome to Explore Carroll White REMC

Welcome to the Carroll White REMC Virtual Lobby! Carroll White REMC is your local innovative and creative electric cooperative serving north Central Indiana.

Learn more about Carroll White in the community by clicking on each interactive component on the next screen.

Wabash Valley Power Alliance

Wabash Valley Power Alliance is an electric generation and transmission cooperative. Wabash Valley provides wholesale power to 23 locally-owned cooperatives in Illinois, Indiana, and Missouri that reach over 321,000 businesses and residences. Carroll White REMC is one of those co-ops! Together, WVPA and CWREMC power up your home.

About Us

320,000+ members served

23 member co-ops

3 states

Spotlight Program

Power Moves®

Since 2010, our POWER MOVES energy-efficiency program has awarded more than $32 million in incentives to over 50,000 co-op members—and helped them save another fortune with energy-saving news and tips.

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Our Energy Mix

Diversified energy generation systems ensures a reliable and dynamic system. Take a look at how we’re diversifying our power supply.

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Coal
Fixed-Price Contracts
Nuclear
Renewables*
Natural Gas
Other

*We invest in the development of renewable projects in a variety of ways. We have constructed several smaller solar arrays near the communities we serve and we contract with energy producers for the electricity output from wind farms and large-scale solar arrays. We also purchase electricity from biogas created by large dairy farms in our service territory and finally, we capture the methane gas that escapes from landfills and turn that gas into electricity. However, because we sell the majority of the renewable attributes associated with the electricity produced by these renewable power sources to third parties, we cannot "claim" those kilowatts that are generated as renewal within our supply portfolio. By selling these attributes, commonly referred to as "RECS", we not only enable other organizations to meet their renewable energy goals, but also the revenue generated from these sales helps us to lower wholesale power costs to our 23-member distribution cooperative.

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Carroll White REMC

Carroll White REMC is an innovative and creative electric cooperative serving nearly 16,000 meters in over nine counties. Carroll White has just over 2,250 miles of electric distribution line in north central Indiana.

About Us

16,000+ meters

9 counties

2,250+ miles of distribution lines

Spotlight Programs

Operation Roundup

Operation Round Up® is a voluntary fundraising program that lets you donate the spare change on your energy bill to help those in need throughout your community.

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Revolving Loan Fund

Eligible projects can apply for the Revolving Loan Fund, which assists in the retention and creation of jobs that significantly benefit rural areas, including community projects or infrastructure improvements that enhance the ability of rural communities to attract business and industry.

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Powered by Solar

Recently, Carroll White REMC contracted to have two different solar arrays built and put in use at our Delphi facility. We did this as a way to educate members on the different types of arrays, the output each produces and the costs associated with the project.

Read More About Our Solar Arrays

Current Production

View the real-time energy production rates for the Delphi West solar array.

Understanding Capital Credits

Industries We Serve

CWREMC provides electricity to 204 commercial & industrial members ranging from large industrial facilities, schools, agriculture and small commercial facilities. CWREMC offers Economic Development Rates to any current member than expands their business, or to any new member if they meet certain load criteria in the rate. We work with local economic development organizations over our service territory to promote retention and expansion.

Spotlight Programs

Revolving Loan Fund

Eligible projects can apply for the Revolving Loan Fund, which assists in the retention and creation of jobs that significantly benefit rural areas, including community projects or infrastructure improvements that enhance the ability of rural communities to attract business and industry.

Apply Today!

Electricity at Home

Electrify your home energy usage knowledge! Click on these commonly used household appliances to learn how much energy they use per hour and their estimated energy cost. You’ll be surprised by how little changes, like turning off lights when not in the room, can make big changes to your energy bill.

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Incandescent Bulb

Usage/hour

0.075 kW

Cost/hour

$0.0082

TV

Usage/hour

0.2 kW

Cost/hour

$0.02

Coffee Maker

Usage/hour

0.8 kW

Cost/hour

$0.08

Space Heater

Usage/hour

1.5 kW

Cost/hour

$0.16

Computer

Usage/hour

0.2 kW

Cost/hour

$0.02

Oven

Usage/hour

3.5 kW

Cost/hour

$0.38

Stove

Usage/hour

1.5 kW

Cost/hour

$0.16

Geo Thermal

Usage/hour

2.34 kW

Cost/hour

$0.25

Learn More About Geothermal Heat Pumps

Washer

Usage/hour

0.5 kW

Cost/hour

$0.05

Dryer

Usage/hour

6 kW

Cost/hour

$0.66

Water Heater

Appliance Usage/hour Cost/hour
Standard Electric Water Heater 4.5 kW $0.49
Heat Pump Water Heater 0.4 kW $0.05
Apply for a Rebate!

Heating/Cooling

Appliance Usage/hour Cost/hour
Avg. 3-ton A.C. 3.27 kW $0.35
51,195 BTU Electric Furnace 15 kW $1.65

Electricity on the Road

If you live in a household with more than one car, an Electric Vehicle likely represents a big opportunity for your family to save a lot of money, while improving the quality of our environment. Use an EV for commuting and use the other vehicle for long distance drives... it's just that easy! Click on the icons below to learn more about Electric Vehicles.

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Youth Programs

Carroll White REMC is proud of the youth in our community. We are pleased to be able to provide the opportunities below for local students.

Touchstone Energy Camp

Indiana 6th graders energize their summer with education and fun at Touchstone Energy® Camp!

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Youth Tour

The Rural Youth Electric Tour grants young adults the ability to travel to our nation’s capital to experience how government works, learn about cooperative businesses and the electric utility industry, and network with peers.

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Junior Board of Directors

High School Juniors and Seniors who serve on the CW REMC’s Junior Board have the distinguished opportunity to contribute to their community, build leadership skills, and network with local businesses and organizations.

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Senior Scholarships

All Carroll White Electrical served families are eligible to apply for a $1,000 scholarship for a student to attend an accredited college or technical school.

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Page Day

Page Day with the Indiana Senate gives high school students an opportunity to learn about their state government and how bills become law. Highlights include a Statehouse tour, mock bill activity, speakers and other educational activities.

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4H

Carroll White REMC provides leadership to the 4-H electric projects in White, Carroll, and Pulaski Counties each year. Each year two electric workshops are held in each of the three counties to assist the youth on their projects to turn in at the county fair to be judged.

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School Safety

Each year Carroll White REMC gives elementary schools within our territory an electric safety demonstration. The program is designed for 4th graders but can be presented to kids of all ages and to any adult organization upon request.

For inquiries, contact Casey Crabb, Comunications & PR Manager
ccrabb@cwremc.coop
(574-583-0224)

Demonstration