• 2018 WECA Annual Meeting

    Save the date for the 2018 WECA Annual Meeting, November 15–15, 2018. 
  • COOPS Vote

    The Wisconsin General Election is November 6, 2018.
     Are you registered to vote?

  • D.C. Youth Tour

    Catch up on the latest from the 2018 NRECA Youth Tour in Washington D.C.

  • Safe | Reliable | Affordable

    WECA’s members provide power to nearly 600,000 member-owners in Wisconsin.

Impostor Scam: Fake Utility Calls

August 23, 2018— Impostor scammers are posing as a local utility company in order to demand money for supposed late payments or required upgrades. Wisconsin residents should be on the lookout for threatening calls about their gas or electric accounts and hang up on anyone who demands an immediate payment on behalf of the local utility provider. Read more about scams here  


Wisconsin Youth Tour Wraps Up D.C. Experience 

June 15, 2018— A delegation of youth members from Wisconsin's electric cooperatives have just completed exciting and educational week in Washington D.C. Delegates participated in workshops with peers from cooperatives all across the country, met federal legislators, and got to visit the White House, as a part of the NRECA Washington D.C. Youth Tour program.



 

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WECA Promotes Electric Cooperative Careers

June 13, 2018— Wisconsin Electric Cooperative Association staff attended the 2018 FFA Convention and engaged with FFA students on the many career opportunities available in the electric cooperative world. 





 

Co-op Difference | Coop Country Clout

With phase one of the 2018 midterm elections behind us following the August 14 primary, phase two, the general election, is officially underway. And almost needless to say, the speculation about what will happen both nationally and in Wisconsin has been running at full throttle practically since the polls closed in November 2016. Is there a blue wave coming? If so, will it be a tidal wave or a ripple? No matter what the answer, we’re all figuratively sitting on the beach where we’ll feel the full effect of whatever happens.

Wisconsin Energy Cooperative News

The Wisconsin Energy Cooperative News serves as the voice of the state’s rural electric cooperatives. Founded in 1940, the publication focuses on statewide issues that affect electric cooperatives, promoting the general welfare of Wisconsin’s electric cooperatives, their member-owners, and the areas they serve.
 

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