We Are Kankakee Valley REMC

KV REMC is a non-profit membership cooperative delivering power to more than 18,000 residential and commercial members in Lake, LaPorte, Marshall, Porter, Pulaski, St. Joseph and Starke counties.

Member Focused

When we deliver your power, you are a member of the co-op. That means that you are also an owner, and with that ownership comes many benefits. We put you first, and you will see the difference!


We care about the communities its serves. In addition to amazing member benefits, we improve the quality of life of northern Indiana residents through scholarships, outreaches and numerous youth programs.

Service Oriented

Whether you’re moving into a new home, starting a new business or wanting to pay your utility bill using a method that fits your lifestyle, we provide you with the highest level of customer service.



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We're Here To Help

Current Outages Current Outages
Report and outage and see the up-to-date outages map.
Take control of your utility costs Take control of your utility costs
Find out how the weather is effecting your bills. Perform an analysis of your home’s utility consumption.
Save money with the Co-op Connections Card Save money with the Co-op Connections Card
Get a special discount at local and national retailers for being a KV REMC member. Call 1.800.552.2622 to get your free card.
Get the app Get the app
Put your account in the palm of your hand! Download the app for quick access to your account or to make a payment.

Recent Updates

Unloading the circuit
Overloaded outlets might trigger laughs in the classic holiday comedies airing soon, but electrical fires…
Capital credit acceleration part of rate realignment
As part of the rate realignment, your board has elected to accelerate the retirement schedule…
Rate realignment to reduce power cost volatility
An update from your CEO, Scott Sears on how KV REMC is working to keep…

We Are Local

At KV REMC, we’re committed to our communities. Learn more
about the work we do locally to enrich the region.

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