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All 15 Solar Projects Now Online

The year 2017 ended with bitter cold temperatures... but hot news about Dairylandís solar energy resources. All 15 of our solar projects were operational by year-end at sites within Dairylandís member cooperative service territory! >more

Stay warm AND save energy

Did you know that one-third of Americansí energy bills go towards heating their homes?

As we move into the heating season, consider the following smart tips for a better way to stay warm while saving money and lessening your impact on the environment. >more

Be safe around power lines--even if they're down

Downed power lines can look relatively harmless, but donít be fooled. They likely carry an electric current strong enough to cause serious injury or possibly death. >more

DPC featured on new Rural Solar Stories website

Dairyland is pleased to be the first featured co-op on a new website, ruralsolarstories.org. Rural Solar Stories highlights cooperative leaders in solar energy development. Check it out! >more

Dairyland and EDP Renewables Dedicate 98 MW Wind Farm

Dairyland and EDP Renewables (EDPR) celebrated the completion of the 98 MW Quilt Block Wind Farm at a joint dedication event in Darlington, Wis., on Friday, Nov. 10. A number of the wind farmís stakeholders including landowners and government officials attended the event that featured several speeches, a ribbon cutting and a bus tour of the wind farm.

EDPR owns and operates the 98 MW Quilt Block Wind Farm, which is located in Lafayette County. Dairyland has a power purchase agreement in place with EDPR for the entire energy output of the wind farm that will produce enough clean electricity to power more than 25,000 households in Dairylandís rural four-state service area.

ďThe Quilt Block Wind Farm is a key component of Dairylandís strategic imperative of Resource Diversification,Ē said Barbara Nick, Dairyland President and CEO. ďThousands of homes in our cooperative system will be powered with safe and sustainable wind energy from Quilt Block for years to come.Ē >more