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Caution urged on Dairyland Reservoir (Ladysmith, Wis.)

Ice fishermen and snowmobilers in Ladysmith should use caution on the Dairyland Reservoir. The ice becomes unstable and dangerous for recreational activities as spring approaches.

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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

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 Announces Three More Solar Energy Sites

Dairyland Power Cooperative has finalized agreements for three additional utility-scale solar generation projects, bringing Dairylandís total number of solar installations under contract to 18.

The three new projects will increase the total solar generation from 20.5 MW to 25 MW in the Dairyland cooperative system. Once the three new solar energy facilities are online, the 18 sites will together be able to produce enough renewable energy to power nearly 4,000 homes.

The power purchase agreements for the new projects are with SoCore Energy (Chicago, Ill.). Of the previously announced solar sites, 14 of 15 are with SoCore Energy and one agreement is with EDF Renewables (White River Junction, Vt.). The developers install, own, operate and maintain the facilities.

Dairylandís existing 15 solar energy sites are located in Wisconsin and Iowa. The new sites will be located in Illinois, Iowa and Minnesota, within Dairylandís service territory. Construction will begin later this year.
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