Light emitting diodes, or LEDs, offer better light quality than incandescent bulbs, last 25 times as long, and use even less energy than CFLs. Look for ENERGY STAR qualified LED products at home improvement centers and lighting showrooms.
Dennis Dixon has been hired and is now Superintendent of Tell City Electric Department.
Dennis has 34 years of experience with electric utilities. Previously, Dennis served as Superintendent of the Marshall, Michigan municipal electric department. Dennis has also been employed by Peabody, Massachusetts Municipal Light & Power and Richmond, Indiana Power and Light. Dennis served with Richmond for 29 years, where his last position was Manager of Power Delivery.
The City of Tell City is in the process of a proposed
annexation. Should this annexation be passed, the service boundary
of Tell City Electric Department will change.
Currently Southern Indiana Power (SIP) is serving a majority of the homes and businesses in the proposed annexation area. Tell City Electric Department has reached an agreement with SIP whereby Tell City Electric Department will provide service to 38 customers in the proposed annexation area.
By State Statute, Tell City Electric Department has three years to provide service to these 38 customers. We are planning to have electric service to these customers within two years.
Dirty filters make your heating system work harder to heat your home, and can cause your furnace to malfunction. Inspect your furnace filter today!
Also, when was the last time your drained your water heater tank? If it's been more than 3 months, hire a professional or follow the manufacturer's instructions to drain about a quart of the water from the tank. This can flush sediment buildup and improve energy efficiency.
The Tell City Electric Department Board of Directors meets monthly on the third Tuesday at 6:00pm (unless the meeting date is changed). The meeting is held at the Commercial Office at 601 Main Street. The Public is welcome to attend. A meeting "Agenda" is available by calling the office at 812-547-3411