The Wisconsin Home Energy Assistance Program (WHEAP) is administered by the State of Wisconsin Department of Administration.  Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) and Public Benefits Energy Assistance Program  provided the following official statement on

May 26, 2022:   WHEAP Crisis Benefit Funds Update

Approximately $4 million in additional funding has been allocated for Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) Crisis benefits. In order to serve as many households as possible, the following policies are in place:
Crisis Assistance shall only be provided for customers who have received a disconnection notice, are currently disconnected, and/or owe $500 or more to their energy vendor.  Copayment agreements shall not be offered as the Division wishes to avoid having funds reserved for customers with copayment agreements.
The preapproved range for crisis benefits is $300 to $1,500. If a customer requires a higher amount, the application must be reviewed and approved by the Division.
 Please contact the Home Energy Plus Help Desk at (608) 267-3680 or heat@wisconsin.gov if you have any questions or comments. (Use subject line “WHEAP Crisis Benefit Update” or click on the email in the previous sentence.)     

RFPs for New Multifamily and Community Small Business Programs
Request for proposals (RFPs) have been issued for the implementation of two new programs for FOCUS ON ENERGY®. The new Multifamily Energy Efficiency Program is intended to provide building owners and tenants with a clearer path to access Focus resources. The new Community Small Business Program will work with community-based organizations and utilities to engage small businesses and provide services and incentives specific to their needs. Selection of program implementers is expected this fall with the program launch in early 2023. More details about the new programs will be available later this year.


Trainings:

Live Webinars:  focusonenergy.com/training

September 13 - 14: HVAC Applications for Commercial, Small Industrial, Schools, and Government Facilities
September 27: Developing an Energy Plan
October 4 - 5: Energy Management & Technology: Fundamentals and Beyond
October 11: Energy Management Systems for Small Business
October 25: Green Building Certification
November 8: Dehumidification Solutions
November 22: The Alternative to Outside Air: Air Scrubbing

If there is a change to your telephone number please notify the utility as soon as possible to update our records.

PLEASE KEEP IN MIND THE VILLAGE OF PARDEEVILLE AS WELL AS  PARDEEVILLE PUBLIC UTILITIES DOES NOT HOLD POST DATED CHECKS!

Erin Salmon, P.W.M.

Village Administrator & Director of Public Works

AND

Kelsea Dushack

Utility and Billing Clerk

​​​PARDEEVILLE PUBLIC UTILITIES

Pardeeville Public Utilities

114 Lake Street, PO Box 65
Pardeeville, WI 53954-0068

P: 608-429-3054 / F: 608-429-3714


Office Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

​After Hours; Columbia County Dispatch 

608-742-4166


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