Heating is a large expense for most consumers. Being aware of potential hazards and using what will be the most efficient for your needs, can make a big difference in safety and comfort. Safe Electricity offers tips for heating your home in safe and smart ways.
Museum Explores History of Renowned Ski Race Temperatures might be a little chilly in northern Wisconsin this time of year, but around the Hayward area things are heating up as “Birkie Fever” sets in. The American Birkebeiner, North America’s largest cross-country ski race, transforms this small Sawyer County community into a world-class ski gathering each
Reliability watchdog eyes plant retirements In its modern form—the one with regulatory teeth belatedly installed—the North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) is the product of an Act of Congress adopted in response to the August 2003 grid failure that darkened seven eastern states and part of Canada; inconveniently, the part where most of our northern
Co-ops Cultivate Sense of Community As much as we like to believe we can do something good and make it permanent, the world doesn’t work that way. Every day, fewer people remember when the only way to get electricity in rural America was to band together with neighbors—maybe a half-mile away in any direction—and organize