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Impact Grant

Crow Wing Power Community Trust (Operation Round-Up) is offering an Impact Grant of up to $12,000.  The purpose of the Impact Grant will be to give a boost to a unique project/program, organization or community and insure its success.

Federal Tax Reform

Talking Points from the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association

January 18, 2018

Metering Upgrade Will Improve Service





Member-Owned Distributed Generation

For those members interested in member-owned electric power generation, we appreciate the opportunity to work with you. To assist our members, we have developed a streamlined process for safe, reliable, efficient, and cost-effective interconnection of small renewable energy systems.

Three Directors’ Positions Open for Filing

Three districts are open for Director elections this year.

Interested in Another Solar Project?

The Board of Directors is currently gauging interest in a second Community Solar Project.  Details of the Phase II solar project have not been finalized and the final price has not been determined.  The second phase would be designed similarly to the first Community Solar Array we built in the spring of 2017.  See the details of that project and proposed project

Submit Your Recipe

We are now accepting recipes for our Co-op Cookin' Club on-line! 

Please send us your favorite PASTA recipe by February 15. If your entry is drawn and printed in the March Current Connection, you'll receive a $25 credit on your electric bill!

Please submit your recipe using this form. Click Here


Applications for Crow Wing Power Scholarships

Crow Wing Power Scholarships

Coop Connections Card

The Crow Wing Power member benefit program has given our members discounts at local participating businesses since 2001 and has since expanded nationally when Touchstone Energy adopted it for cooperatives throughout the country.  The program is now offered to Touchstone Energy Cooperatives, a nationwide alliance of more than 740 electric cooperatives, like Crow Wing Power.  

Planting Pollinator Gardens

Crow Wing Power has prepared four substations in Crow Wing County for planting pollinator seeds to create habitat for butterflies and bees.  We’ve historically had grass growing around all of our substations, but decided the substations would provide excellent locations for pollinator perennial plants.  In the past few years, we’ve all read about the nearly extinct Minnesota native Rusty Patch bumble bee.  And, that help is needed to provide food for Monarchs and other butterflies. 


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