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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 to find your local energy assistance agency.

Contact Us
You can contact Waunakee Utilities at any time.
Phone: 849-8111
Fax: 849-4109

After hours emergency or outage reporting phone number: 849-4111

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 bright and more electricity used means higher energy costs for you. You can save money by switching to energy-efficient lighting. Generally, the most energy-efficient types of home lighting are CFLs and LEDs. Both provide high quality light, use less energy, and last longer than standard bulbs. Right now, you can save even more through Focus on Energy! Instant discounts are available at participating retailers for select lighting products, while supplies last. Call 800.762.7077 or visit to learn more.

Think Renewable Energy Is Expensive?

Itís 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 footprint for you, and a greener world for your kids. All for an extra $3. 

Households with income at or below 60% of the Wisconsin state median income (SMI) may be eligible for WHEAP and weatherization services. Many households with income from farms, offices, factories and other work places receive WHEAP assistance and weatherization services. 

How to Apply

Call 608-267-8601, your local agency will determine your householdís eligibility for the WHEAP and Weatherization programs during the application process. Households eligible for weatherization will have their application information forwarded to the local weatherization agency.