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Capital Credit Retirements: A letter was inadvertently sent to all members in their bills stating they will receive a check for your capital credit retirement. This letter was meant for ONLY inactive members. All others who are eligible will receive a credit on their electric bill. Sorry for the confusion. 

Energy Assistance

Beginning in October of 2000, all electric providers in Wisconsin were required under Reliability 2000 legislation to collect monthly fees aimed at improving energy conservation and efficiency and fostering low-income programs for Wisconsin residents.
For Riverland Energy Cooperative the fee is $1.50 per month from each account, designated as "non-taxable facility charge" line item on your bill.  Half of the money collected is to be used for energy conservation programs and the other half to fund low-income energy assistance and weatherization programs.
Riverland Energy's Commitment to Community Program is designed to help households with their energy costs, including electric bills. Members may be eligible for assistance if they meet the WHEAP guidelines listed below. Members should contact their local Human Services Department to determine eligibility:
Trempealeau County:
  • Trempealeau County Social Services     715-538-2311
  • Western Dairyland E.O.C     715-985-2391
La Crosse County:
  • La Crosse County Human Services     608-784-4357
  • Salvation Army     608-782-6126
  • Coulee C.A.P.      608-634-4575
Buffalo County:
  • Buffalo County Human Services     608-685-4412
Jackson County:     715-284-4301
Wisconsin Home Energy Assistance Program (WHEAP)
WHEAP is a federal program designed to help households with their energy costs. Households may be eligible if their gross income for the last three months is less than the amount shown below.
Size of Family
One Month
Three Month
Annual Income




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