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Wisconsin’s Wake Up Call

Clark Electric Cooperative General Manager and CEO Tim Stewart has worked in the industry for more than 36 years, and he has never experienced an emergency load reduction, or a “rolling blackout,” before. But that could all change this summer, and July is the month when Wisconsin is most at risk of needing more electricity

Tradition Meets Technology in Clark County

With its neat red barn and towering silos set against 800 acres of rolling fields and cropland, Roehl Acres farm near Loyal in Clark County is the very image of Wisconsin’s Dairyland at its idyllic, pastoral best. This serene setting, owned and operated by a three-generation farm family and home to more than 500 registered

Happy Birthday, America!

Happy birthday, America! In just a few short days, we will celebrate the 246th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776. This significant milestone commemorates when we forged the birth of a new nation and no longer wanted to be ruled by a colonial empire from across a vast

Battery Storage or Generator?

Power outages can be more than a minor nuisance. Extreme weather can knock out the electric grid for days to weeks at a time. Even for shorter outage durations, those with electricity-dependent medical equipment or who have home-based businesses are deeply impacted by loss of power. Recent intense, severe weather events are prompting many to

News Briefs

Dairyland Power Hosts Annual Meeting Dairyland Power Cooperative (DPC) celebrated its 81st year of service at the co-op’s 2022 annual meeting in La Crosse on June 8. Despite challenges related to COVID-19 and subsequent supply-chain issues, DPC Chief Financial Officer Phillip Moilien reported strong financial performance at the cooperative, including total margins of $19.5 million,