Sellersburg, Ind. – Dec. 3, 2021
Clark County REMC’s board of directors named Jason Clemmons chief executive officer of the not-for-profit electric distribution cooperative. Clemmons, whose first day is Jan. 3, will replace retiring CEO David Vince.
“I am excited to be a part of Clark County REMC and serve their membership in this capacity,” said Clemmons. “Clark County REMC has a longstanding commitment of service to its communities, and I look forward to continuing this commitment in the future.”
Clemmons has 17 years of electric cooperative industry experience, most recently as vice president of marketing and member services at RushShelby Energy in Manilla, Ind. He joined that East Central Indiana electric cooperative in 2004 as its marketing, member service, and energy efficiency manager.
He is a graduate of Ball State University and earned a Management Internship Certificate from the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association. Clemmons also completed the Rural Electric Leaders in Training Exchange program and is a recipient of the C. Tom Taylor Member Services Award, an award that recognizes outstanding contributions to electric cooperative member services.
Clark County REMC, located in Sellersburg, Ind., is an electric utility cooperative serving over 22,000 consumers in parts of Clark, Floyd, Scott, Jefferson and Washington counties. The electric cooperative maintains over 1,800 miles of energized line. For more information about the cooperative, visit clarkremc.coop.