Polk-Burnett is an electric distribution cooperative. We buy electricity from Dairyland Power Cooperative and deliver it to you, our 20,000+ members.Steve Stroshane, general manager
20% Renewable and Growing
29% Renewable by 2029
Polk-Burnett's power provider,
Dairyland Power Cooperative,
is diversifying generation
to reduce carbon and be future ready.
We support sustainable growth
of alternative energy
for our local membership.
Electricity connects us to the modern world. Consider all the conveniences we enjoy because co-op power runs to your home. Count your TVs, computers, gaming systems and chargers. Next, look around your kitchen: From your coffee maker to the toaster, microwave and dishwasher, we’ve all added appliances to improve our life. And what about power tools in your garage?
All these devices run on efficient electricity from your co-op. Let's work together to save energy and money, while protecting our planet.
Local SunTuria Solar
Dedicated in 2017, SunTuria Solar in Centuria is the first utility-scale solar in our service territory. It provides clean energy at a fixed rate, replacing fossil fuel generation and provides long-term, stable energy prices for local co-op members.
Learn more about SunTuria Solar and see energy output.
Let us know if your school or community group would like a tour.
Electrification is the biggest change to come to the automotive world in 100 years! EVs have environmental advantages and can help members save money through reduced fuel and maintenance costs.
Moving from gas to electricity reduces pollution, and the gap improves as the electric grid gets greener.
Polk-Burnett supports EV owners with charger rebates and off-peak rates.
Who Powers You: Energy Supply & Renewables
Touchstone Energy represents a nationwide alliance of 700+ member-owned electric co-ops across 46 states, including Polk-Burnett Electric Cooperative in Wisconsin.
Visit for energy savers and more about the benefits of cooperative membership.
National Rural Electric Cooperative Association
NRECA is a trade association representing 900+ local electric co-ops, including Polk-Burnett. Electric co-ops serve as engines of economic development for 42 million Americans.
Learn about America's energy co-ops and our growing renewable energy supply.
About 56 cents of every dollar we collect is used to purchase wholesale power; the remaining 44 cents is used for expenses we can control, including the costs to deliver power to your home: maintaining power lines, installing meters and managing your account.Steve Stroshane, general manager