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Lead is not common among drinking water contaminants since it... More

Juneau Utilities feels that it is our responsibility to give something back to the community and contribute to educational efforts. Because of this, each year we sponsor two $1,000 scholarships... More

Juneau Utilities is one of 2,000 not-for-profit, locally owned utilities nationwide.  To better serve Juneau, the utility is a member of the joint action agency WPPI Energy.  WPPI Energy was... More

Lighting accounts for about 20% of annual household electricity bills, or approximately $200 per year.  The higher the bulb wattage you use, the more electricity that's needed, which means higher... More

Back-to-school shopping is expensive enough as it is.  That is why we have partnered with FOCUS ON... More

April 18th marks National Lineworker Appreciation Day. On this special day, we want to say "Thank You" to our local lineworkers for all they do to keep the lights on and our community safe. And to... More

Juneau Utilities is now accepting applications for our Public Power Scholarship and our Lineworker Scholarship.  If you have a dependent that is a high school senior, they are eligible to apply,... More

There are easy and low cost ways to reduce energy use on the things you use every day.  Make sure all computers are set to go into sleep mode when not in use.  Or, better yet, plug your computers... More

Beat the heat this summer and keep your cool with these tips:

  • Use your dishwasher's no heat drying cycle.
  • Keep shades closed on sunny days.
  • Replace your air... More

As your locally owned, not-for-profit utility, our focus is on service and people, not profits.  Together through WPPI Energy, we work with 50 other locally owned utilities to help us hold the... More

It's just $3 more to power up a portion of your home with a block of renewable energy.  And, it only takes two or three blocks to run the average home every month.  It adds up to a smaller carbon... More

Your old refrigerator or freezer may be costing you more than you realize on your utility bill.  The good news is that Focus on Energy can make it easy to dispose of those old or extra working... More

Winter moratorium ends on April 15th.  Fill out a Deferred Payment Agreement if you have... More

Juneau Utilities recently awarded scholarships to two area high school seniors.  Receiving the Public Power Scholarship is Hailey Rayome.  Receiving the Lineworker Scholarship is Drake Felder. ... More

Lighting accounts for about 20% of annual household electricity bills, or approximately $200 per year. The higher the bulb wattage you use the more electricity that is needed to make it burn... More

Need some extra help with winter energy costs? The Wisconsin Home Energy Assistance Program provides aid for heating costs, electrical costs, and energy crisis situations, for income-qualified... More

What does it mean to have a locally owned utility? To Juneau Utilities it means giving back to the community. It means providing clean energy options because we care about the local environment (... More

Before the cold of winter sets in maintain your heating system and schedule an annual maintenance check-up with a qualified contractor. Be sure to replace furnace filters regularly according to... More