• Electrical Safety Poster Contest

    WECA is sponsoring its first Electrical Safety Poster Contest, open to all third-grade students of electric cooperative-member households.


APRIL 12, 2021—CALL BEFORE YOU DIG—it could save your life. That’s the message behind a new video released by Wisconsin's electric cooperatives, in partnership with Federated Rural Electric Insurance Exchange. The educational video is intended for both residential homeowners and contractors.


APRIL 2, 2021—Do you have a young artist in your household? We’ve got an opportunity for them to put their skills to work and learn about electrical safety at the same time! WECA is sponsoring its first Electrical Safety Poster Contest, open to all third-grade students of electric cooperative-member households.
Participating students should create a poster supporting electric safety and submit it to their local electric cooperative by May 17, 2021.

Each co-op will select an individual winner, who will receive a $25 gift card courtesy of WECA, and select the top three posters to advance to the state-level round.

The top three posters selected in the state-level round will receive the following prizes:

  • First Place ~ Chromebook
  • Second Place ~ $100 gift card
  • Third Place ~ $75 gift card


February 25, 2021—Governor Evers signed Senate Bill 25 into law today that allows for us to hold our annual meetings virtually.  At left is a photo of the Governor signing it into law.  It was a great effort by everyone involved. Click below to read the release.


January 19, 2021—The Federated Youth Foundation is pleased to once again offer the Charles Van Sickle Endowment Scholarship in 2021. This $2,000 scholarship will be awarded to a pre-law or law student who has an interest in cooperative law. The scholarship is made possible by an endowment established in 2013 to honor Wisconsin’s renowned electric cooperative lobbyist and attorney, the late Charles Van Sickle. The scholarship will be awarded during the Spring 2021 semester.


Electric co-ops care for community

January 6, 2020Thanks to all Wisconsin electric co-ops who stepped up to help members they serve during the pandemic. Thanks to NRECA for telling this story!


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This month we continue our discussion, taking a realistic look at how to move forward to meet the goals of carbon-pollution-free and/or fossil-fuel-free electricity production in the future.

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