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CRC: How a Wisconsin-born idea kept electric co-ops running when the world shut down

Ask anyone what is at the heart of electric cooperative’s success, and they will tell you—it’s the people. From the staff in the office to the linemen in the field,

Cranberry Cruise

One thing Wisconsinites can count on is that life is going to look a little brighter in the fall. The colorful foliage that dresses up the landscape at this time

Tale of Survival

On occasion, the stories we feature truly strike a chord and sometimes even connect with the past. A reader from Vernon Electric recognized two of the survivors of the Peshtigo

Reliable. Affordable. Accessible. VI

As I wrap up my series of columns on one potential path our electric cooperatives might follow to reach President Biden’s proposal for carbon pollution-free electricity by 2035—utilizing the Princeton

BUZZING…About our new pollinator meadow

In 2020, PPCS took ownership of a one-acre lot from Dairyland Power Cooperative in the Ellsworth Business Park. The lot was too small for uses like constructing a building, so

The Pros and Cons of App-Enabled Lighting Options

Out of all the smart home technologies available on the market, smart lighting is one of the easiest technologies to integrate into your home. Smart lighting can be controlled by

Gov. Evers at Strobus Solar Ribbon Cutting | PSC Set to Award $100M in Broadband Grants | Legislation Proposed Banning Impersonating Utility Workers | DPC Seeks to Acquire RockGen Energy Center | Nemadji Trail Clears Another Legal Hurdle | Badger State Solar Up, Running by 2024

Evers Joins Jackson Electric at Strobus Solar Ribbon-Cutting Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers attended the ribbon cutting of Strobus Solar, a 1.5-megawatt solar electric project located near Black River Falls in