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What to know about AES Indiana and Duke Energy, Central Indiana's electric utilities


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Having your power company's information is like a generator, flashlight or car insurance: You never need it until you really, really need it. If your entire neighborhood loses power, you're going to need to make a call to your electricity provider.

There are two main companies that provide service to the Indianapolis area: AES Indiana (Formerly Indianapolis Power & Light), which covers Indianapolis and Marion County, and Duke Energy, which covers Hamilton County and surrounding areas.

Here's what to know about Central Indiana's main electrical utilities:

AES Indiana

According to AES Indiana's website, electricity first came to Indianapolis in the 1880s.

The two companies that lit up the city in the early days of Indianapolis electricity were Indianapolis Light and Heat Company and Merchant's Light and Heat Company.

In 1927, the two companies merged into Indianapolis Power & Light Company, which was known as IPL for many years. 

The AES corporation acquired IPL in 2001. In February, IPL changed its name to AES Indiana.

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What services does AES Indiana offer?

AES Indiana provides electricity services to Indianapolis and Marion County. This coverage includes both homes and businesses, but it also powers public entities, such as streetlights. 

Do I have to sign up for service? 

To connect your service, you can complete the online connect form or call customer service at 317-261-8222.

How do I disconnect AES Indiana service or transfer service to a new address?

To disconnect service with AES Indiana or start service with a new address if you're moving, you can fill out a form on the website.

You can contact customer service at 888-261-8222 or 317-261-8222. 

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How do I pay my bill?

AES Indiana offers several different options for customers to pay their bill.

You can pay online either with a credit or debit card or with a checking or savings account. To pay online, you will need to create an online account. There is a $1.95 fee to pay with a card, because card payments are facilitated through KUBRA.

If you prefer to have your payment taken out automatically each month, you can set up autopay on AES Indiana's website.

You can also pay over the phone. To pay over the phone with a checking or savings account, you can call 317-261-8222 or 888-261-8222.

To pay with a debit or credit card, call 800-672-2407. The $1.95 fee from KUBRA applies when paying over the phone with a credit or debit card.

To pay in person, you can pay at a kiosk at the AES Indiana customer service center, which is located at 2102 N. Illinois St. in Indianapolis. The kiosk accepts cash, check, credit or debit card payments, though the $1.95 fee applies for card payments.

You can also pay in person with cash or check at an authorized pay agent, which include stores like Walmart and Kroger. There is a $2.00 fee when paying this way.

If you prefer to mail your bill, you can do so free of charge. Bills should be sent to this address:

AES Indiana

PO Box 110

Indianapolis, IN 46206

Does AES Indiana require a deposit?

In most cases, you will not have to pay a deposit to start service. AES Indiana will look at your credit history and decide whether you need to pay a deposit. 

If you do need to pay a deposit, you should be able to receive your money back after making consistent payments for a set amount of time.

For residential accounts, or homes, you must make payments on time and in full for nine months consecutively or 10 months non-consecutively in a 12-month period.

Non-residential accounts, or businesses, must make payments on time and in full for 24 months consecutively, or 30 months non-consecutively over a 36 month period. 

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What should I do in the event of a power outage?

You can report power outages on the AES Indiana website. AES Indiana also provides a map of which areas are currently experiencing power outages, which you can view here.

Report a fallen power line or a streetlight outage at 317-261-8111. You can also report a problem with a streetlight or with a security light online.

Duke Energy

Duke Energy supplies electricity and power to 850,000 homes and businesses in Indiana, according to their website.

Duke Energy was founded in the early 1900s as Catawba Power Company, according to its website.

Before Duke Energy came to Indiana, Cinergy Corporation, which was formed from the merger of Cincinnati Gas & Electric Company and PSI Energy, was the main electrical supplier to counties outside of Marion. Duke Energy merged with Cinergy in 2006. The move expanded Duke's service area into Indiana, in addition to Ohio and Kentucky.

The company covers a service area of 23,000 square miles. It is the largest electric utility supplier in Indiana, according to the Duke Energy website.

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What services does Duke Energy offer? 

Duke Energy provides electrical utilities to Hamilton County, in addition to several other counties in Indiana, including Boone, Shelby, Hendricks, Hancock, Morgan and Johnson counties.

Duke Energy does not provide service to Marion County. 

You can find the full list of counties Duke Energy supplies by looking at its coverage map here. 

How do I sign up for service?

You can start service with Duke Energy online.

To connect your service, you will need to provide your date of birth, Social Security number or federal tax ID number, your address and the date you want your service to start.

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How do I disconnect service or transfer service to a new address?

To disconnect service, you can fill out an online form on the Duke Energy website. The form will ask you to provide your address, Social Security or federal tax identification number, date of birth and the date you need your service stopped.

If you're moving, you will need to stop service at your old address, and then start service at your new address in two separate steps.

How do I pay my bill?

Duke Energy offers several different bill payment options.

To pay online with paperless billing, you can use your checking or savings account. You have the option to make manual payments or set up autopay. 

To pay online, you will also need to create an account. 

You can also pay with credit card, debit card or online check through a third party processor, Speedpay. Speedpay charges a convenience fee of $1.50.

To pay by phone, call 800-521-2232. Phone payments are processed through Speedpay and are subject to the $1.50 convenience fee.

To pay on the go, you can submit payments using the Duke Energy app. 

You can also pay in person at an approved location. To find a location where you can pay in person near you, use the map tool provided by Duke Energy and enter your address.

If you prefer to pay your bill by mail, you can send a check or money order to this address:

Duke Energy

P.O. Box 1327

Charlotte, NC 28201

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Does Duke Energy require a deposit?

Duke Energy may require new or returning customers to pay a deposit before connecting service. 

To start service with Duke Energy, you must establish credit. New customers are subject to a credit check from Duke to see if a security deposit is required.

If you have a history of service with Duke Energy and have no more than two late payments in the last 12 months and no previous unpaid accounts, you do not have to pay a deposit. 

The deposit will be automatically returned with interest after service is connected, according to the website.

What should I do if there's a power outage?

You can report a power outage on Duke Energy's website. To identify your account to report the outage, you can enter your account number, your social security number, federal tax identification number or your phone number. 

To report a fallen power line, contact the company at 800-769-3766 or call 911.

Duke Energy also aggregates a map of current outages to the areas it services in Indiana, which you can view here.

Contact IndyStar Pulliam Fellow Claire Rafford at crafford@gannett.com or on Twitter @clairerafford.

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Источник: https://www.indystar.com/story/money/2021/07/12/duke-energy-aes-central-indiana-electric-utilities-guide/7882403002/

Indiana

Provider

Customers Tracked

Customers Out

Last Updated

AES Indiana

480,000

37

11/26/2021 1:51:26 AM GMT

Anderson Light and Power

34,275

0

11/25/2021 3:41:31 AM GMT

Bartholomew County REMC

11,433

0

7/30/2021 6:24:24 PM GMT

Boone REMC

15,703

0

11/24/2021 6:51:54 PM GMT

Carroll White REMC

14,793

0

11/25/2021 5:32:00 PM GMT

CenterPoint Energy Indiana

98,025

0

11/25/2021 7:11:55 PM GMT

Clark County REMC

26,450

0

10/15/2021 11:12:07 AM GMT

Darke Rural Electric

388

0

11/26/2021 1:51:23 AM GMT

Daviess-Martin County REMC

9,912

0

11/17/2021 4:32:56 AM GMT

Decatur County REMC

11,780

0

11/26/2021 1:51:31 AM GMT

Dubois REC

14,918

0

11/26/2021 1:51:28 AM GMT

Duke Energy

865,250

175

11/26/2021 1:50:03 AM GMT

Harrison REMC

23,698

0

11/25/2021 7:01:26 PM GMT

Heartland REMC

18,258

0

8/30/2021 12:52:44 PM GMT

Hendricks Power Cooperative

35,669

0

11/26/2021 1:51:31 AM GMT

Henry County REMC

9,565

0

11/26/2021 1:51:28 AM GMT

Indiana Michigan Power

468,966

91

11/26/2021 1:51:25 AM GMT

Jackson County REMC

24,901

1

11/26/2021 1:51:31 AM GMT

Jasper County REMC

9,253

0

11/16/2021 5:33:01 AM GMT

Johnson County REMC

21,948

0

10/12/2021 3:52:10 AM GMT

Kankakee Valley REMC

21,024

0

11/25/2021 5:02:06 PM GMT

Kosciusko REMC

18,212

3

11/26/2021 1:51:30 AM GMT

LaGrange County REMC

7,256

0

11/26/2021 1:51:30 AM GMT

Miami-Cass REMC

6,086

0

11/10/2021 6:31:29 AM GMT

Midwest Energy Cooperative

7,266

0

11/26/2021 1:50:34 AM GMT

NineStar Connect

17,517

22

11/26/2021 1:51:27 AM GMT

Noble REMC

15,281

0

11/26/2021 1:51:26 AM GMT

NorthEastern REMC

30,755

0

11/25/2021 4:23:25 PM GMT

Northern Indiana Public Service Company

468,000

4

11/26/2021 1:51:26 AM GMT

Orange County REMC

7,929

83

11/26/2021 1:51:29 AM GMT

Parke County REMC

12,416

21

11/26/2021 1:51:30 AM GMT

Paulding-Putnam Electric

4,139

0

11/26/2021 1:51:21 AM GMT

RushShelby Energy

14,777

0

11/25/2021 1:21:53 PM GMT

South Central Indiana REMC

0

0

8/16/2021 11:23:52 PM GMT

Southeastern Indiana REMC

39,840

0

11/26/2021 1:51:27 AM GMT

Southern Indiana Power

9,301

0

11/26/2021 1:51:27 AM GMT

Steuben County REMC

10,048

0

11/26/2021 1:51:31 AM GMT

Tipmont REMC

32,114

0

11/24/2021 12:21:31 PM GMT

Utility District of Western Indiana

19,483

0

11/26/2021 1:51:30 AM GMT

Warren County REMC

4,881

0

11/19/2021 5:32:10 AM GMT

WhiteWater Valley REMC

37

0

11/26/2021 1:51:27 AM GMT

WIN Energy REMC

16,958

0

11/25/2021 4:11:55 PM GMT

Источник: https://poweroutage.us/area/state/indiana

Outage Information

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Surge protectors help save your electronics from power surges or increases in voltage significantly above the intended level in the flow of electricity. 

Nearby lightning strikes are most often associated with power surges in your home’s wiring that can damage electronics and appliances. But smaller power surges are far more common and can happen at any time of day, regardless of the weather. 

Point-of-use surge protection devices protect the items directly plugged into them. This surge protector can’t stop the surge, but it instead diverts the surge to the ground, away from your electronic devices.

Replacing surge protectors

After absorbing powerful surges and spikes, your surge protector eventually will turn into a typical power strip, unable to protect your electronics. 
When a voltage increases beyond the amount the appliance or device can handle, the surge protector diverts the extra voltage to the metal oxide varistor component in the surge protector. This extra voltage stays in the surge protector and gradually destroys that component. Eventually, the surge protector will no longer be able to absorb more surges.
Lifespans vary depending on how many surges your surge protector is forced to try to absorb. The longer it’s been since you last replaced your surge protector, the more voltage your surge protector has absorbed and the more likely you should replace it.

Источник: https://www.sciremc.com/outage

16,000 Indiana Duke Energy Customers Lose Power In Tuesday Storms

The line of strong storms that swept across much of Indiana Tuesday left in its wake more than 16,000 power outages, according to Duke Energy.

But Duke spokesman Lew Middleton says it wasn’t the number of customers left without power that was taxing power line crews.

“The unusual thing is that the outages are spread out as geographically as they are," Middleton says. "We’ve certainly had greater numbers of outages, but usually those are concentrated in a smaller geography.”

Customers in more than 30 Indiana counties reported electrical issues to Duke Tuesday afternoon.

The hardest-hit area was Boone County, just northwest of Indianapolis, where more than 4,500 outages were reported.

Credit courtesy Duke Energy

Kokomo saw more than 2,400 customers were in the dark, and Hamilton County had 2,200 buildings without power.

Duke is the primary electric provider for about the southern three-quarters of Indiana and saw outages as far north as Wabash County and as far south as the Ohio River city of Madison.

Middleton couldn’t say how many crews were working in the field simultaneously, but did say the company hadn’t asked for any outside help in solving the problems.

Источник: https://www.wbaa.org/general-news/2017-07-11/16-000-indiana-duke-energy-customers-lose-power-in-tuesday-storms

Emails are NOT monitored after business hours and should not be used to report outages and billing concerns.  If you need to report an outage please call (844)224 -0710.  If you have any questions or concerns regarding your bill please call the office during regular business hour Monday - Friday 7:30am to 4:00pm at (844)224-0710.

Warren County Rural Electric Membership Corporation, headquartered in Willliamsport, Indiana, is a member-owned cooperative that supplies electric power to members in portions of Benton, Tippecanoe, Vermillion, Warren and White counties in West Central Indiana. More than 4,800 households and businesses receive power from Warren County REMC.

We are a distribution utility--we don’t generate our own electricity. We purchase our power from Wabash Valley Power Association.  Warren County REMC is wholly owned by the people it serves and is governed by a board of directors elected by members in each of nine voting districts.  Warren County REMC has 17 full-time employees who work to serve its residential, commercial and industrial accounts.

Warren County REMC is open Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. you can reach us toll free at 844-224-0710 or 765-762-6114.

Warren County REMC Circuit Map

Источник: https://www.wcremc.com/

16,000 Indiana Duke Energy Customers Lose Power In Tuesday Storms

The line of strong storms that swept across much of Indiana Tuesday left in its wake more than 16,000 power outages, according to Duke Energy.

But Duke spokesman Lew Middleton says it wasn’t the number of customers left without power that was taxing power line crews.

“The unusual thing is that the outages are spread out as geographically as they are," Middleton says. "We’ve certainly had greater numbers of outages, but usually those are concentrated in a smaller geography.”

Customers in more than 30 Indiana counties reported electrical issues to Duke Tuesday afternoon.

The hardest-hit area was Boone County, just northwest of Indianapolis, where more than 4,500 outages were reported.

Credit courtesy Duke Energy

Kokomo saw more than 2,400 customers were in the dark, and Hamilton County had 2,200 buildings without power.

Duke is the primary electric provider for about the southern three-quarters of Indiana and saw outages as far north as Wabash County and as far south as the Ohio River city of Madison.

Middleton couldn’t say how many crews were working in the field simultaneously, but did say the company hadn’t asked for any outside help in solving the problems.

Источник: https://www.wbaa.org/general-news/2017-07-11/16-000-indiana-duke-energy-customers-lose-power-in-tuesday-storms

Boone REMC

About Boone REMC

With their main offices in Lebanon, IndianaBoone REMC offers electricity services 4 counties throughout Indiana and is classified as an electric cooperative. Electricity companies must regularly report the number of customers they have to government agencies. In the most recent report the supplier reported a total of 436 commercial customers and 15,053 residential customers signed up to receive electricity from the company, which makes up the whole of their customers. Boone REMC's patrons pay an average residential electricity rate of 13.81 cents per kilowatt hourwhich is more than both the state and nationwide average rates of 13.08 and 13.26 cents per kilowatt hour, respectively. There were a total of 417,840 megawatt hours sold via retail sales in 2020 by the supplier. The electricity sourced by Boone REMC is made up of primarily wholesale purchased megawatt hours, with 434,809 megawatt hours acquired by the company. Their total revenue for 2020 from electricity related activities was $52,818,000, with $52,112,000 from retail sales to end users.

The average monthly residential electric bill for a customer of Boone REMC is $185.77 per month, while the state average is $123.54. Electricity production is not handled in house at the company, as they purchase power at wholesale rates to then be resold to their end users.

Boone REMC offers net metering options to their customers. This makes it cheaper for people to install solar and other electricity options as they have the ability to sell excess wattage back into the grid.

Energy loss is always a reality when working with electricity transmission. Boone REMC currently averages a loss of about 3.79% of the aggregate electricity boone county indiana power outage produce. Boone REMC's energy loss levels leave them with a rank of 24th best out of the 112 providers that operate in Indiana and report energy loss and 574th best out of 3510 in the US.

Boone REMC Rate & Electric Bills

Boone REMC residential electric rates are highest in January and the highest average bill is in January.

Historical Electric Rates:

2261st13.81¢Boone REMC's Average residential price per kWh

2879th$185.77Average monthly electric bill for Boone REMC's residential customers

Boone REMC Overview

  • Company Type:Cooperative
  • Headquarters:1207 Indianapolis Avenue
    Lebanon, Indiana 46052
    United States of America

Boone REMC Contact

Energy Loss

Boone REMC's energy boone county indiana power outage due to business operations.

-3.79%

Total Energy Loss

16,490MWh

574 National Rank

Boone REMC Coverage Map

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Boone REMC State Coverage

StateCustomersSales ($)State Rank Based On Revenue% of Provider's Residential Sales in State
Indiana15,48952,112,00026100%

Boone REMC County Coverage

CountyPopulationProvidersAvg. County Rate (¢)Avg. Electric Bill
Boone County67,843711.99$135.36/mo
Clinton County32,399513.02$136.27/mo
Hendricks County170,311711.57$121.71/mo
Montgomery County38,3381011.70$116.71/mo

Cities Boone REMC Has Coverage

  • Advance, IN
  • Jamestown, IN
  • Kirklin, IN
  • Lebanon, IN
  • New Ross, IN
  • Thorntown, IN
  • Ulen, IN
  • Whitestown, IN
  • Zionsville, IN

* City coverage generated based on government data. Always verify you can get service from the boone county indiana power outage REMC Reviews

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Boone REMC FAQ:

How much is the average bundled bill for Boone REMC customers each month?

The average monthly bundled electric bill for customers of Boone REMC is $185.77. The Indiana average bundled bill is $123.54 and the United States average is $123.54.

How many counties does Boone REMC offer service in?

There are 4 counties that receive at least some electricity coverage by Boone REMC including, Indiana.

What is the phone number for Boone REMC?

The Boone REMC phone number is (800) 897-7362.

What cities does Boone REMC supply electricity in?

Boone REMC supplies in 9 cities.

What is the average bundled electricity rate for Boone REMC customers?

Customers of Boone REMC, on average, have an electricity bundled rate 13.81 cents per kilowatt hour (¢/kWh).

Источник: https://findenergy.com/providers/boone-remc/

CABELL/PUTNAM/WAYNE COUNTY, W.Va. (WSAZ) - Thousands of West Virginians are still in the dark after an ice storm hit our region Wednesday night into Thursday.

“Right now, we’ve got 58 outages where we still have 100 or more customers out of power,” said Phil Moye, spokesperson for Appalachian Power.

AEP workers are working around the clock, taking turns on 16-hour shifts trying to restore power to hard hit areas which include Cabell, Wayne and Putnam counties. Currently, most areas in those counties are looking at a restoration time of 6 p.m. Sunday meaning, they’d be going about three days without power.

“With this storm and any storm that we face, we have a four-step process and that is to get our critical customers back on first: that’s hospitals, fire departments, (critical places like that),” Moye said, “and then we go for the largest outages.”

Moye said the largest outages are areas with large clusters of people without power.

“If we can do a job and get one thousand customers back on, or do a job that makes the same amount of time and get five back on, we want to do that one-thousand customer job,” he said. “So it’s the large customers, next is smaller groups of customers and (then) finally, individual customers.”

Moye said the ice on tree limbs and wires is an obstacle when it comes to more obstacles and outages.

“When the ice came, it’s clinging onto the trees and that made limbs break, trees fall,” Moye told WSAZ. “That’s what causes the problems and unfortunately the ice is still on the trees, so the longer it stays there, you still have the chance for another limb to break and more outages to occur.”

Chief Meteorologist Tony Cavalier says there is potential that more winter weather is on the way, so WSAZ asked Moye if restore times could be even more delayed if more snow, ice or sleet comes into play.

“Even with those conditions persisting, we still brought those numbers down from 45,000 on Thursday morning to 26,000 (Friday), so we’re making good progress. Even if the weather continues to persist, we feel like we’re going to make good progress through the weekend as well.”

AEP brought in an additional 200 workers from Indiana and Ohio before the storm in order to prepare, he says they constantly check the forecast to monitor severe weather and if it happens they’ll come up with a plan to try and restore power as soon as possible.

“If that happens, of course that kind of changes things but we always keep an eye on the weather, we always look at what’s ahead and make beach conditions corolla nc plan to deal with it.”

Moye said customers without power receive alerts of restore times but he said just because your restore time says 6 p.m. on Sunday, doesn’t always mean your power won’t come on until then. He said it’s likely most people will have power restored before that time.

“I hope people understand, between now and then we’re going to be restoring a lot of customers so while you may be getting that outage alert that say that, that’s because that’s what we know right now, but most people will have power well before that.”

For individual outages, AEP says they will be providing updated information.

Copyright 2021 WSAZ. All rights reserved.

Источник: https://www.wsaz.com/2021/02/13/aep-talks-about-who-gets-lights-back-on-first-obstacles-restoring-outages/

Indiana

Provider

Customers Tracked

Customers Out

Last Updated

AES Indiana

480,000

37

11/26/2021 1:51:26 AM GMT

Anderson Light and Power

34,275

0

11/25/2021 3:41:31 AM GMT

Bartholomew County REMC

11,433

0

7/30/2021 6:24:24 PM GMT

Boone REMC

15,703

0

11/24/2021 6:51:54 PM GMT

Carroll White REMC

14,793

0

11/25/2021 5:32:00 PM GMT

CenterPoint Energy Indiana

98,025

0

11/25/2021 7:11:55 PM GMT

Clark County REMC

26,450

0

10/15/2021 11:12:07 AM GMT

Darke Rural Electric

388

0

11/26/2021 1:51:23 AM GMT

Daviess-Martin County REMC

9,912

0

11/17/2021 4:32:56 AM GMT

Decatur County REMC

11,780

0

11/26/2021 1:51:31 AM GMT

Dubois REC

14,918

0

11/26/2021 1:51:28 AM GMT

Duke Energy

865,250

175

11/26/2021 1:50:03 AM GMT

Harrison REMC

23,698

0

11/25/2021 7:01:26 PM GMT

Heartland REMC

18,258

0

8/30/2021 12:52:44 PM GMT

Hendricks Power Cooperative

35,669

0

11/26/2021 1:51:31 AM GMT

Henry County REMC

9,565

0

11/26/2021 1:51:28 AM GMT

Indiana Michigan Power

468,966

91

11/26/2021 1:51:25 AM GMT

Jackson County REMC

24,901

1

11/26/2021 1:51:31 AM GMT

Jasper County REMC

9,253

0

11/16/2021 5:33:01 AM GMT

Johnson County REMC

21,948

0

10/12/2021 3:52:10 AM GMT

Kankakee Valley REMC

21,024

0

11/25/2021 5:02:06 PM GMT

Kosciusko REMC

18,212

3

11/26/2021 1:51:30 AM GMT

LaGrange County REMC

7,256

0

11/26/2021 1:51:30 AM GMT

Miami-Cass REMC

6,086

0

11/10/2021 6:31:29 AM GMT

Midwest Energy Cooperative

7,266

0

11/26/2021 1:50:34 AM GMT

NineStar Connect

17,517

22

11/26/2021 1:51:27 AM GMT

Noble REMC

15,281

0

11/26/2021 1:51:26 AM GMT

NorthEastern REMC

30,755

0

11/25/2021 4:23:25 PM GMT

Northern Indiana Public Service Company

468,000

4

11/26/2021 1:51:26 AM GMT

Orange County REMC

7,929

83

11/26/2021 1:51:29 AM GMT

Parke County REMC

12,416

21

11/26/2021 1:51:30 AM GMT

Paulding-Putnam Electric

4,139

0

11/26/2021 1:51:21 AM GMT

RushShelby Energy

14,777

0

11/25/2021 1:21:53 PM GMT

South Central Indiana REMC

0

0

8/16/2021 11:23:52 PM GMT

Southeastern Indiana REMC

39,840

0

11/26/2021 1:51:27 AM GMT

Southern Indiana Power

9,301

0

11/26/2021 boone county indiana power outage AM GMT

Steuben County REMC

10,048

0

11/26/2021 1:51:31 AM GMT

Tipmont REMC

32,114

0

11/24/2021 12:21:31 PM GMT

Utility District of Western Indiana

19,483

0

11/26/2021 1:51:30 AM GMT

Warren County REMC

4,881

0

11/19/2021 5:32:10 AM GMT

WhiteWater Valley REMC

37

0

11/26/2021 1:51:27 AM GMT

WIN Energy REMC

16,958

0

11/25/2021 4:11:55 PM GMT

Источник: https://poweroutage.us/area/state/indiana
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What to know about AES Indiana and Duke Energy, Central Indiana's electric utilities


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Having your power company's information is like a generator, flashlight or car insurance: You never need it until you boone county indiana power outage, really need it. If your entire neighborhood loses power, you're going to need to make a call to your electricity provider.

There are two main companies that provide service to the Indianapolis area: AES Indiana (Formerly Indianapolis Power & Light), which covers Indianapolis and Marion County, and Duke Energy, which covers Hamilton County and surrounding areas.

Here's what to know about Central Indiana's main electrical utilities:

AES Indiana

According to AES Indiana's website, electricity first came to Indianapolis in the 1880s.

The two companies that the shed huntington ny up the city in the early days of Indianapolis electricity were Indianapolis Light and Heat Company and Merchant's Light and Heat Company.

In 1927, the two companies merged into Indianapolis Power & Light Company, which was known as IPL for many years. 

The AES corporation acquired IPL in 2001. In February, IPL changed its name to AES Indiana.

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What services does AES Indiana offer?

AES Indiana provides electricity services to Indianapolis and Marion County. This coverage includes both homes and businesses, but it also powers public entities, such as streetlights. 

Do I have to sign up for service? 

To connect your service, you can complete the online connect form or call customer service at 317-261-8222.

How do I disconnect AES Indiana service or transfer service to a new address?

To disconnect service with AES Indiana or start service with a new address if you're moving, you can fill out a form on the website.

You can contact customer service at 888-261-8222 or 317-261-8222. 

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How do I pay my bill?

AES Indiana offers several different options for customers to pay their bill.

You can pay online either with a credit or debit card or with a checking or savings account. To pay online, you will need to create an online account. There is a $1.95 fee to pay with a card, because card payments are facilitated through KUBRA.

If you prefer to have your payment taken out automatically each month, you can set up autopay on AES Indiana's website.

You can also pay over the phone. To pay over the phone with a checking or savings account, you can call 317-261-8222 or 888-261-8222.

To pay with a debit or credit card, call 800-672-2407. The $1.95 fee from KUBRA applies when paying over the phone with a credit or debit card.

To pay in person, you can pay at a kiosk at the AES Indiana customer service center, which is located at 2102 N. Illinois St. in Indianapolis. The kiosk accepts cash, check, credit or debit card payments, though the $1.95 fee applies for card payments.

You can also pay in person with cash or check at an authorized pay agent, which include stores like Walmart and Kroger. There is a $2.00 fee when paying this way.

If you prefer to mail your bill, you can do so free of charge. Bills should be sent to this address:

AES Indiana

PO Box 110

Indianapolis, IN 46206

Does AES Indiana require a deposit?

In most cases, you will not have to pay a deposit to start service. AES Indiana will look at your credit history and decide whether you need to pay a deposit. 

If you do need boone county indiana power outage pay a deposit, you should be able to receive your money back after making consistent payments for a set boone county indiana power outage of time.

For residential accounts, or homes, you must make payments on time and in full for nine months consecutively or 10 months non-consecutively in a 12-month period.

Non-residential accounts, or businesses, must make payments on time and in full for 24 months consecutively, or 30 months non-consecutively over a 36 month period. 

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What should I do in the event of a power outage?

You can report power outages on the AES Indiana website. AES Indiana also provides a map of which areas are currently experiencing power outages, which you can view here.

Report a fallen power line or a streetlight outage at 317-261-8111. You can also report a problem with a streetlight or with a security light online.

Duke Energy

Duke Energy supplies electricity and power to 850,000 homes and businesses in Indiana, according to their website.

Duke Energy was founded in the early 1900s as Catawba Power Company, according to its website.

Before Duke Energy came to Indiana, Cinergy Corporation, which was formed from the merger of Cincinnati Gas & Electric Company and PSI Energy, was the main electrical supplier to counties outside of Marion. Duke Energy merged with Cinergy in 2006. The move expanded Duke's service area into Indiana, in addition to Ohio and Kentucky.

The company covers a service area of 23,000 square miles. It is the largest electric utility supplier in Indiana, according to the Duke Energy website.

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What services does Duke Energy offer? 

Duke Energy provides electrical utilities to Hamilton County, in addition to several other counties in Indiana, including Boone, Shelby, Hendricks, Hancock, Morgan and Johnson counties.

Duke Energy boone county indiana power outage not provide service to Marion County. 

You can find the full list of counties Duke Energy supplies by looking at its coverage map here. 

How do I sign up for service?

You can start service with Duke Energy online.

To connect your service, you will need to provide your date of birth, Social Security number or federal tax ID number, your address and the date you want your service to start.

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How do I disconnect service or transfer service to a new address?

To disconnect service, you can fill out an online form on the Duke Energy website. The form will ask you to provide your address, Social Security or federal tax identification number, date boone county indiana power outage birth and the date you need your service stopped.

If you're moving, you will need to stop service at your old address, and then start service at your new address in two separate steps.

How do I pay my bill?

Duke Energy offers several different boone county indiana power outage payment options.

To pay online with paperless billing, you can use your checking or savings account. You have the option to make manual payments or set up autopay. 

To pay online, you will also need to create an account. 

You can also pay with credit card, debit card or online check through a third party processor, Speedpay. Speedpay charges a convenience fee of $1.50.

To pay by phone, call 800-521-2232. Phone payments are processed through Speedpay and are subject to the $1.50 convenience fee.

To pay on the go, you can submit payments using the Boone county indiana power outage Energy app. 

You can also pay in person at an approved location. To find a location where you can pay in person near you, use the map tool provided by Duke Energy and enter your address.

If you prefer to pay your bill by mail, you can send a check or money order to this address:

Duke Energy

P.O. Box 1327

Charlotte, NC 28201

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Does Duke Energy require a deposit?

Duke Energy may require new or returning customers to pay a deposit before connecting service. 

To start service with Duke Energy, you must establish credit. New customers are subject to a credit check from Duke to see if a security deposit is required.

If you have a history of service with Duke Energy and have no more than two late payments in the last 12 months and no previous unpaid accounts, you do not have to pay a deposit. 

The deposit will be automatically returned with interest after service is connected, according to the website.

What should I do if there's a power outage?

You can report a power outage on Duke Energy's website. To identify your account to report the outage, you can enter your account number, your social security number, federal boone county indiana power outage identification number or your phone number. 

To report the peoples bank co fallen power line, contact the company at 800-769-3766 or call 911.

Duke Energy also aggregates a map of current outages to the areas it services in Indiana, which you can view here.

Contact IndyStar Pulliam Fellow Claire Rafford at crafford@gannett.com or on Twitter @clairerafford.

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