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Rate Case Update
The state agency review process for Dakota Electric’s general rate case continues. At the time of publication, we expect the report and recommendations from the Administrative Law Judge will be provided to the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission.
Dakota Electric crews provided mutual aid to a neighboring Minnesota cooperative, East Central Energy, at the end of March.
East Central had significant power outages due to a winter storm that moved through and left over 80 utility poles broken.
Our crews helped to restore power safely, while also practicing social distancing. We are proud to help out during these times.
Energy Assistance Available
Currently, we are not disconnecting service. Please contact us to make payment arrangements if you are facing a financial hardship. You can also call customer service at 651-463-6212 or email [email protected].
For more information on our COVID-19 response, click the button below. Thank you for your patience and understanding during this time.
Today’s battery-powered yard tools can handle most yard work, are reliable and easy to operate and maintain. Price is just one of the many factors to consider when comparing battery-powered yard tools. In the end, that $119 tool might not be a better deal than the one that’s $199. As of May 1, 2020, Dakota Electric offers a rebate on some battery-powered yard tools. Restrictions apply and funds are limited, so visit our website for details before making your purchase.
Dakota Electric sends out Circuits monthly newsletter to our members each month. Inside, members can find valuable money- and energy-saving tips, special event details, news about Dakota Electric and electric utility industry information that may impact electric bills.
Dakota Electric Association
4300 220th Street West
Farmington, Minnesota 55024