Energy & Safety Education
We have educational programs available for any group or school who would like to take advantage of free material for businesses, students or the community
All educational programs are free and can be tailored for almost any audience.
Peddling a bicycle powers lights, fans, a radio, etc. This program demonstrates how electricity is generated and the importance of conserving energy.
K-12 Energy Education Program for teachers (KEEP)
This program is offered to teachers at all grade levels. It is designed to provide information and materials about a variety of energy topics for use in the classroom. We offer a limited number of scholarships to teachers from the Lake Mills' schools each year.
The Local Circuit
The Local Circuit is delivered to residential customers four times a year and commercial and industrial customers twice a year. It includes community and industry news.
National Theatre for Children
NTC is offered to all schools each year at no cost. The traveling acting troupe presents a half-hour play on electrical safety and conservation.
This tabletop demonstration is designed to alert the audience to the dangers of high voltage electricity (outside) and how to stay/play safe. (see photo above)
Watts Up! Meter
A Watts Up! meter is available for loan to Lake Mills Light & Water customers from the L.D. Fargo Public Library. It will measure voltage, amperage and cost of appliances or other equipment operating at 110 VAC (e.g. refrigerators, televisions, etc.).
To find out how much energy your appliances are costing you, or to compare your current appliances to the new energy efficient appliances, use the Watts Up! meter today!
For more information, contact Energy Services Representative Greg Hoffmann at (920) 648-4026.