Boone REMC, located in Lebanon, Indiana, is an electric utility cooperative serving over 12,300 members in Boone, Clinton, Hamilton, Hendricks and Montgomery counties.
Boone REMC maintains over 1,186 miles of line serving rural areas, suburbs and some of the largest employers in the greater Boone County area.
When you purchase electricity from Boone REMC, you are not only a valued customer, you are a part-owner and a member of a utility cooperative. We are governed by a nine-member board of directors comprised of members.
Boone REMC will meet our members’ ever changing needs for energy related services, delivered in a safe, dependable, and reasonably priced manner.
Boone REMC is a trusted, innovative leader in providing our member-owners with superior electric service at fair and reasonable prices while making a meaningful impact in our communities and quality of life.
As Directors and Employees of Boone REMC, we will consistently demonstrate the following values:
- 1. Integrity, transparency and accountability in all we do.
- 2. Courteous and timely service to our members.
- 3. Fair and equitable treatment to all members.
- 4. Stewardship of Cooperative resources.
- 5. Performance of duties in a safe and efficient manner.
- 6. Commitment to the Seven Cooperative Principles.
> Click here for our bylaws
> Our wholesale power provider is Wabash Valley Power
24-hour customer service: (800) 897.7362
Fax: (765) 482-7869
1207 Indianapolis Avenue
P.O. Box 563
Lebanon, IN 46052
Our office is located at 1207 Indianapolis Avenue in Lebanon. Click here for a map.
Boone REMC is a Touchstone Energy® Cooperative.
A Tradition of Service and Innovation
Boone REMC was incorporated on April 10, 1936 as the Boone County Rural Electric Membership Corporation. We were formed to extend electric service into rural areas where other utilities had refused to provide affordable power.
Boone REMC received one of the first three loans from President Franklin Roosevelt’s Rural Electrification Administration (REA). We were the first REA-funded electric cooperative in Indiana, and the second REA-funded co-op in the United States, to energize power lines and provide electric service.
Learn more about Boone REMC’s history.
Although we utilized loans from the REA (now called RUS) in the past, Boone REMC now acquires all financing from private markets.