Public Power is celebrated every October to remind our customers and community about the many advantages that comes with having a locally owned, not-for-profit utility. To learn about all the ways public power benefits our community visit whypublicpower.org.
We’re proud to be your locally owned, not-for-profit utility since 1915.
We’re one of just 2,000 public power communities nationwide. We offer reliable electric service with friendly hometown service, stable rates, local ownership and control, and a focus on helping local businesses stay competitive.
Households with income at or below 60% of the Wisconsin state median income (SMI) may be eligible for WHEAP and weatherization services. Many households with income from farms, offices, factories and other work places receive WHEAP assistance and weatherization services.
How to Apply
Call 608-267-8601, your local agency will determine your household’s eligibility for the WHEAP and Weatherization programs during the application process. Households eligible for weatherization will have their application information forwarded to the local weatherization agency.