Rice Lake Utilities
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Rice Lake Utilities maintains an electric distribution system that services over 5,900 customers in the City of Rice Lake and the Town of Rice Lake. Electric utility staff are responsible for maintaining a substation with current capacity of a 75 megawatt and more than 295 miles of overhead and underground lines. Over 1,300 transformers regulate voltage measured by 6,141 customer meters. Total capital assets of the electric utility are valued at over $17 million dollars.
Electric service and meter socket requirements that were adopted by the Rice Lake Utilities Commission on March 8, 2018.
The City of Rice Lake's policy on outdoor street lighting that was adopted in 1992 and amended in 1993, 1996, and 2005.
The Rice Lake solar array is a 4.5 MW-DC photovoltaic solar generation array located in Rice Lake, Wisconsin that features over 11,000 tracking solar panels.
AEP OnSite Partners built, owns, and operates this solar array.