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Kaukauna Utilities General Manager Feldt Re-Elected to Leadership Role

KAUKAUNA – Kaukauna Utilities General Manager Jeff Feldt was re-elected on Sept. 26 as chair of the WPPI Energy Board of Directors. Together through WPPI Energy, Kaukauna Utilities and 50 other local, not-for-profit electric utilities in Wisconsin, Iowa and Michigan’s Upper Peninsula purchase power, share resources, and jointly own electric generation facilities and transmission assets. […]

KU 2019 Annual report

Read about what’s new at Kaukauna Utilities in the KU 2019 Annual Report

October 2019 Bill Inserts

>Bill of Rights >Kaukauna Public Library Fall 2019 Newsletter
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Kaukauna Utilities

is a community owned and operated electric and water utility, serving 16,000 customers in the Kaukauna area.

The utility provides electric service to the City of Kaukauna and parts of the following communities: Villages of Little Chute and Combined Locks, and Towns of Buchanan, Freedom, Holland, Kaukauna, Oneida, Vandenbroek, and Wrightstown. Water service is provided for the City of Kaukauna only.

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