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Due to Governor Evers' recent emergency order, members and visitors will be required to wear a face covering in order to come into our office. We encourage members to utilize our other payment and contact options.

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  • Jay's Discussion Days

    Now is the chance to sit down and have a discussion with our General Manager, Jay Porter. Bring your questions and concerns, or simply stop in to say hi.

    Although these offices are generally closed to the public, on Jay’s Discussions Days, the doors will be open from 7:30 am to 4:00 pm for visits.

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  • Focus On Energy

    Whether you're looking for a rebate, or interested in one of their free kits, Focus On Energy has your back!

    Learn about the different ways Focus On Energy can help you save.

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  • AMI Meter System

    We have partnered with Allegiant Utility Services to deploy our new meter system. Crews are currently in the southern part of our service area and others are scattered throughout.

    Click here to get the scoop on your new meter and some of its features.

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  • Karner Blue Butterly Partnership

    Did you know we are a KBB Partner? Click here to learn more about conservation efforts.

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  • Unclaimed Patronage Capital

    Have you looked through our list of members/inactive members with patronage capital? If you see someone you know on this list, please have them contact us directly.

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  • Karcz Utility Services

    Karcz Utility Services crews are working off of our Calamus, Cambria and Richford substations this year for URD inspections and pole testing.

    Learn more about Karcz here:

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  • Disconnections Update

    Beginning July 16th ACEC will be notifying members who are subject for disconnection due to their past due balance. Disconnections will begin July 27th. We understand members may still be struggling to pay their bills as we all transition back to the new “normal”. If you are unable to pay your full past due balance please contact our office to discuss payment arrangement options. If you need assistance please contact your county energy assistance agency or 211.

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Adams-Columbia Electric Cooperative

What makes an electric co-op different?

A co-op is owned by the members it serves. Guided by the seven cooperative principles, co-op employees and members elected to the Board of Directors are dedicated to providing superior service to you, our member-owners.

Mission Statement: Adams-Columbia Electric Cooperative, embracing the cooperative principles, is dedicated to the safe, reliable delivery of electricity to our members.

Vision Statement: Through honesty and integrity, Adams-Columbia Electric Cooperative will be our members’ trusted source of safe, reliable electricity, superior customer service, and community support.

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Energy Usage Formula

Calculating usage can be confusing, but we're here to help.

Renewable Energy

Interested in solar and wind energy? Click here to learn more.

Electric Vehicles

The future is here! Learn more about EV's, charge stations, and myths.

Water Heaters

Need a new water heater? You're at the right place! Click to learn more.

Phantom Load

Power may be used without you even knowing it. Click here to learn more.

Focus On Energy

Your source of information on rebates, energy efficient programs, and more!

Who we are

Our service area includes approximately 2,500 square miles in the central Wisconsin counties of: Adams, Columbia, Dane, Dodge, Green Lake, Jefferson, Marquette, Portage, Sauk, Waupaca, Waushara and Wood. Adams-Columbia Electric Cooperative is a rural electric distribution cooperative serving approximately 31,560 member/owners in parts of 12 Central Wisconsin counties. As such, it is the largest rural electric cooperative in Wisconsin and the largest in Region Five of the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association.