In our electric co-op, the people have the power. If you receive electric service from the REMC you are a member. The privilege of being a member includes being an owner of the company. The fact that we are owned by our members, instead of stockholders, is what makes us a cooperative. We believe that being locally owned and controlled is a better way of doing business.
Contact our office during business hours in order to receive electric service from Clark County REMC. You'll be asked to pay a non-refundable application fee in the amount of $25. You'll be asked to sign the appropriate membership application agreeing to comply with the Cooperative bylaws, policies and procedures as then in effect or as may be adopted by the Clark County REMC Board of Directors.
A credit check will also be performed. If satisfactory, no security deposit will be required. If unsatisfactory, a security deposit equal to a two month average bill will be required. Anyone applying for electric service having an unpaid bill with Clark County REMC will be required to pay a security deposit, regardless of the results of the credit check. Deposits retained by Clark County REMC longer than twelve months will earn interest from the date of deposit.
No person, organization, business or governmental agency shall hold more than one membership.
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