The Cooperative Love for Community

Guided by its Seven Cooperative Principles, Hendricks Power shows its love and support to its local community in various ways. With Valentine’s Day approaching, there's no better time to express how much HPC loves its community and serving the members of the co-op. Here are a few ways HPC supports its community throughout the year.

Capital Credit Payments Made to Members

Hendricks Power Cooperative has announced that on March 23, our board of directors completed an annual review of capital credits and approved a general retirement distribution/refund for all of the year 2001 and approximately half of the year 2002.  Members who received service from Hendricks Power during those years should receive a capital credit check from the cooperative.  Checks will mail April 30, 2022, and are valid for 90-days.

Interested in Becoming an HPC Board Member?

As a cooperative, Hendricks Power is guided by its Board of Directors, which is made up of member-owners like you! Board members are elected by other members in a democratic vote. This year, geographic areas 1, 2, and 3 are up for election.
Due to recent growth, our geographic areas have been updated to better represent and serve our members. The current areas up for election include Guilford, Center, and Lincoln townships in Hendricks County. If you are a Hendricks Power member and reside in these areas, you're eligible to run!

October is National Cooperative Month

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As an electric cooperative, our top priority is always to provide reliable, affordable energy to you, the consumer-members we serve. Our mission is to enrich our members’ lives and serve our local community’s long-term interests––and this mission has never been more critical than in recent months. One of the seven principles that guides all co-ops is “concern for community.” At Hendricks Power, this principle is the essential DNA, and it sets us apart from other electric utilities.

2020 Scholarship Spotlight: Aubree Whicker

Each year, Hendricks Power awards scholarships to local high school seniors. Winners are chosen based on academics, community involvement, and an essay submission. This year's essay prompt was, "Which cooperative principle do you this is most important and why?"

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🎓 Scholarship Winner Spotlight: Aubree Whicker

2020 Scholarship Spotlight: Sophia Trinkle

Each year, Hendricks Power awards scholarships to local high school seniors. Winners are chosen based on academics, community involvement, and an essay submission. This year's essay prompt was, "Which cooperative principle do you this is most important and why?"

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🎓 Scholarship Winner Spotlight: Sophia Trinkle