Press Releases

E.J. Stoneman Station time capsule reveal

The Village of Cassville, Wis., will be hosting a public revealing of the contents of a time capsule recently discovered during the dismantling of the E.J. Stoneman Generating Station, formerly owned by Dairyland Power Cooperative. The ceremony will be held at the Riverside Park shelter near the site of the plant on Tuesday, Nov. 12, at 3:30 p.m.

(Photo, courtesy of the Village of Cassville: Setting of the time capsule, 1950.)

Palmberg appointed to Governor's Task Force on Climate Change

Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers has appointed Dairyland Vice President, External and Member Relations, Rob Palmberg to the Governor’s Task Force on Climate Change.

The task force will advise and assist the governor in developing a strategy to mitigate and adapt to the effects of climate change for the benefit of all Wisconsin communities. Members of the task force will work closely with the Office of Sustainability and Clean Energy. The task force will report their findings and policy recommendations to Gov. Evers by August 2020.

President & CEO Barb Nick appointed to Governor's Council on Workforce Investment

Gov. Tony Evers has appointed Dairyland President and CEO Barb Nick to the Governor’s Council on Workforce Investment.

Nick will serve as a business representative on the council. "Your experience, knowledge and dedication will be a true asset to my administration and a great benefit to the people of Wisconsin," said Gov. Evers in his confirmation letter to Nick.

Solar Site Dedicated in DPC Service Territory

A utility-scale solar generation site is online and producing renewable energy in the service territory of Jo-Carroll Energy, a Dairyland member cooperative. The York Solar Site, located near Thomson, Ill., is a 1.5 megawatt solar energy array owned and operated by ENGIE North America. Dairyland Power Cooperative, Jo-Carroll Energy’s wholesale power provider, has a power purchase agreement with ENGIE for the full output of the facility. ENGIE installed, owns, operates and maintains the facility.

Cardinal-Hickory Creek transmission line receives WI regulatory approval

The Public Service Commission of Wisconsin has approved the issuance for a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity for the Cardinal-Hickory Creek Transmission Line Project. This order finalizes approval for the Wisconsin portion of the project and outlines the requirements that must be met in the construction of the 345,000-volt transmission line and substation in Wisconsin. The approximately 100-mile line, which will electrically connect the Dane County, Wis.

Dairyland Power’s 78th Annual Meeting

Approximately 600 electric cooperative leaders and guests attended Dairyland’s 78th annual meeting at the La Crosse Center on June 5. Roger Tjarks, Chair of the Board and Director representing Heartland Power Cooperative, presided over the meeting.

The theme of the meeting was Energy for the Long Run, emphasizing Dairyland’s commitment to safe, sustainable and strategic business decisions that will benefit and serve its member cooperatives and local communities for years to come.

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