Communications (Annual Report, Newsletters & Bill Stuffer)
Iowa Lakes works to build the cooperative's relationship with our member-owners. We communicate through a variety of print material such as newsletters, bill stuffers, the annual report and more.
Heartland Security is owned by Iowa Lakes Electric Cooperative and 13 other cooperatives. Heartland Security is here to protect you and your family.
RECare provides local community action agencies with funds to help low-income families pay for winter heating bills and to weatherize their homes.
Energy-Savings Tips for Autumn
If you haven’t already, make time to prep your home now to save energy this winter.
2022-2023 Iowa Home Energy Assistance Program
The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program is available to assist qualifying low-income homeowners and renters with their home heating expenses.
Test Your GFCI Outlets
This essential outlet feature needs to be checked once a month. That’s because your life could depend on this safety precaution.
Copper Theft: Still a Threat
This commonly used metal is a valuable part of getting electricity to our members. Copper theft threatens lives and our electric supply.
Don’t Electrify Your Hunting Experience
Along with traditional hunter safety rules, follow these electrical safety tips for safer hunting this fall.
Rebates and Incentives
Iowa Lakes Electric Cooperative offers member-owners a variety of rebates for new equipment purchases and energy-efficiency upgrades.
Save money with your Co-op Connections Card.
The Co-op Connections Card offers discounts from participating local and national businesses as well as 10 to 60 percent savings on prescriptions at participating pharmacies.
Battery Storage Pilot Project
Implementing battery storage to reduce purchased power during peak demand times is an innovative concept that has been studied by the energy industry for years. Learn more about Iowa Lakes Electric Cooperative's energy efficiency programs.
Operation Round Up® is a community support program where participating members "round up" their monthly power bill to the next dollar, with the difference going to support a variety of charitable, educational, community and youth related programs and events.
Dependents of member-owners of Iowa Lakes Electric Cooperative are eligible to apply for a $1,000 scholarship to be provided by Basin Electric Power Cooperative and Corn Belt Power Cooperative, wholesale power suppliers of Iowa Lakes Electric Cooperative.
Iowa Lakes Electric Cooperative invites area high school juniors to apply for the annual Youth to Washington Tour. It's an exciting, week-long, all expense paid trip to our nation's Capitol in June.
RECare provides local community action agencies with funds to help low-income families pay for winter heating bills and weatherize their homes. This program allows you to help other less fortunate electric cooperative member-owners.