Pay Your Bill

Waunakee Utilities will be closed Monday May 25th in observance of Memorial Day.

Require an Electric Permit or need instructions? Please visit the Village of Waunakee website to obtain all the information you will need. You can fax the permits to the Village Hall at 608.849.5628.

Learn more about how to save energy and money at home by visiting Focus on Energy!

Wisconsin Home Energy Assistance Program (WHEAP)
For more information on the Wisconsin Home Energy Assistance Program (WHEAP) and how to apply, please call 1-866-HEATWIS (432-8947), or visit the "Where to Apply" tab on www.homeenergyplus.wi.gov to find your local energy assistance agency.

Contact Us
You can contact Waunakee Utilities at any time.
Phone: 849-8111
Fax: 849-4109
waunakeeutilities@wppienergy.org
After hours emergency or outage reporting phone number: 849-4111

Shade trees on the south and west sides of your home can help reduce air conditioning costs in the summer and allow warm sunlight into the home during the winter. That’s why we are offering up to a $50 cash rebate toward the purchase of a new shade tree. So while you enjoy a new favorite spot to read, you’ll also be enjoying extra green above your head and in your wallet. Plus, that well-placed shade tree can increase the efficiency of your air conditioner, and act as a windbreak. So pick a tree, grab a shovel and save some money today. 

How to Receive Your Rebate: 

 1. Complete the application form.

2. Attach original sales receipt or paid invoice.

3. Drop off the application at Waunakee Utilities offices, or mail it to the address on the form.

Note:

• Applications are accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis, until allocated funds are spent.

• Applicant MUST call Diggers Hotline (800-242- 8511) prior to planting tree(s). The hotline ID number must be reported on the application.

• Qualifying shade trees must be purchased and planted no later than September 1, 2015.


Electrical problems contribute to 51,000 home fires in the U.S. each year. Consider installing ground fault circuit interrupters in kitchens, bathrooms, basements, workshops and other areas where water and electricity may come in contact. For more tips, see www.esfi.org.

Public Power Keeps Money in the Community

As your not-for-profit, locally owned utility, we exist to serve our local customers. Our revenues are reinvested in the economic well-being of our community through our contributions to the municipal budget each year, efforts to help employers expand and add jobs, and money returned to customers through incentives. We work with the business community to achieve our common economic goals, offering efficiency programs to lower costs and boost competitiveness.