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Who We Are

As an electric cooperative, Hendricks Power is part of the nation's largest energy network which includes 1,000 electric cooperatives, public power districts, power supply generation and transmission cooperatives, statewide associations, regional trade and service associations, supply and manufacturing cooperatives, data processing cooperatives and employee credit unions. Electric cooperatives alone serve 32 million customers in 46 states, and cover more land mass than any of the nation's single electric utilities.

OUR HISTORY

Hendricks Power Cooperative celebrated its 65th anniversary in 2001. Formed in 1936, following the creation of Franklin D. Roosevelt's Rural Electrification Administration (REA), Hendricks Power Cooperative started with a small meeting of 12 people, farmers and rural residents, unable to convince the local utility, which was owned by investors, to build lines to serve them. They claimed it simply wasn't profitable to provide service to such sparsely-populated areas. 

The formal construction of these rural electric lines began the summer of 1937. On January 1, 1938, the first 122 miles of line was energized. Approximately 400 members received power to their homes and farms for the first time. The name Hendricks County Rural Electric Membership Corporation (REMC) was adopted, as the cooperative slowly grew. 

Today, Hendricks Power Cooperative serves over 30,000 members in Hendricks, Putnam, Morgan and Montgomery counties.

Board of Directors

  • Area 1
    Don Stinson
  • Area 2
    W. Andrew Lynch
  • Area 3
    Matt Hession
  • Area 4
    Hal Truax
  • Area 5
    Marshall Hurst
  • Area 6
    Keith Cooper
  • Area 7
    Fred Palmer
  • Area 8
    E. Stanley Ryland
  • Area 9
    Jeff Fleece
  • Area 10
    Larry Salsman

2015 Board Officers

  • President

    Matt Hession
  • Vice President

    Don Stinson
  • Secretary

    Larry Salsman
  • Treasurer

    W. Andrew Lynch

Districts

  1. Area one includes all territory in Morgan County, and all territory south of U.S. 40 in Hendricks County's Liberty Guilford townships.
  2. Area one includes all territory in Morgan County, and all territory south of U.S. 40 in Hendricks County's Liberty Guilford townships.
  3. Area one includes all territory in Morgan County, and all territory south of U.S. 40 in Hendricks County's Liberty Guilford townships.
  4. Area one includes all territory in Morgan County, and all territory south of U.S. 40 in Hendricks County's Liberty Guilford townships.
  5. Area one includes all territory in Morgan County, and all territory south of U.S. 40 in Hendricks County's Liberty Guilford townships.
  6. Area one includes all territory in Morgan County, and all territory south of U.S. 40 in Hendricks County's Liberty Guilford townships.
  7. Area one includes all territory in Morgan County, and all territory south of U.S. 40 in Hendricks County's Liberty Guilford townships.
  8. Area one includes all territory in Morgan County, and all territory south of U.S. 40 in Hendricks County's Liberty Guilford townships.
  9. Area one includes all territory in Morgan County, and all territory south of U.S. 40 in Hendricks County's Liberty Guilford townships.
  10. Area one includes all territory in Morgan County, and all territory south of U.S. 40 in Hendricks County's Liberty Guilford townships.

Partners of Hendricks

Hendricks Power Cooperative aligns itself with a number of partners in providing quality service for its customers. 
  1. Touchstone Energy
  2. NRECA
  3. Indiana Electric Cooperatives
  4. Wabash Valley Power Association 

Annual Meeting

Each year, Hendricks Power Cooperative invites its members, as owners of the cooperative, to meet with our board of directors, management and employees. At this annual meeting, members have the opportunity to elect fellow members to serve on the board of directors; hear reports on the progress of the cooperative and its financial position; and ask questions and voice comments to the cooperative’s board and management.

04/11/15

Seven Cooperative Principles

  1. Voluntary and Open Membership
  2. Democratic Member Control
  3. Members' Economic Participation
  4. Autonomy and Independence
  5. Education, Training and Information
  6. Cooperation Among Cooperatives
  7. Concern for Community

Contact Us Today

Phone 317-745-5473 | 800-876-5473
Mailing Address:
PO Box 309
Danville, IN
Street Address
86 N County Road 500 E
Avon, IN 46123
Touchstone Energy Partner