Kaukauna Utilities invests more than meters, poles and cable in the community. Our civic pride and commitment to excellent customer service extends to making Kaukauna a better place to live and work.
Since 1912, Kaukauna Utilities has seen the community flourish. We’re proud to have supplied the electric power that has helped to make this growth possible. We’re equally proud that the volunteer efforts of our employees and the utility have contributed to the development, growth and well being of our great community.
The cornerstone of a not-for-profit, community owned and operated utility is “local people working together to meet local needs” – that’s just where the benefits to the community start.
Residential electric costs in Kaukauna are lower than those charged by neighboring investor-owned utilities. Because community-owned utilities do not operate to make a profit, you pay only for the cost of service. This allows us to provide highly competitive electric rates.
Being part of the community we serve is a role that Kaukauna Utilities takes seriously. As a utility, we work hard to be an active participant by lending a hand in community service projects.
We have pledged a strong commitment to, not only our customers, but to our community. Through a number of civic-minded activities, Kaukauna Utilities has fostered strong relationships that help further our connection to the community.
We also support a large and varied number of community organizations through contributions that will help meet a need in the community.
Kaukauna Utilities is proud to help in the educational efforts of our community’s youth. Through this scholarship program, we have helped numerous local students with their continuing education. This year, Kaukauna Utilities awarded three continuing education scholarships to local high school seniors.
2019 Scholarship Recipients
Kaukauna Utilities recently awarded three scholarships to graduating seniors from local high schools. Students who reside in the Kaukauna Utilities service area are eligible to apply for these scholarships.
A $2,000 award was presented to Trevor Verhagen, a senior in the class of 2019 at Kaukauna High School. Trevor plans to study Mechanical Engineering at UW-Platteville in the fall.
A $1,000 scholarship was awarded to Tony Tessen, a 2019 graduate of Kaukauna High School. Tony plans to study electricity at Fox Valley Technical College in the fall.
Lucas Franck, a 2019 graduate of Little Chute Career Pathways Academy, also received a $1,000 scholarship and will be majoring in Electrical Engineering at the University of Stout.
CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL THREE SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS
High school seniors, whose parents or legal guardians are customers of Kaukauna Utilities, are eligible for these scholarships. Kaukauna Utilities believes in supporting local students in their pursuit of continuing education.
Energy & Safety Education
At Kaukauna Utilities, we believe that nothing is as important to the future of the community as our young citizens. We pride ourselves on our commitment to energy and safety education in Kaukauna.
Whether it’s through the classroom or the community, we strive to provide a strong network of information to further educate community members about electric and water subjects and how it relates to customers both young and old.
As part of our ongoing educational efforts, Kaukauna Utilities provides educational materials and presentations to schools, service groups and seniors. We also provide teaching units, videos, publications and workshops to interested groups all year long. Be sure to also check out our Energy Tips for Kids!
For more information about any of our energy and safety education programs, contact Steve Engebos, Energy Services Representative at (920) 462-0251.