Great Lakes Utilities (GLU) is a municipal electric company created to obtain low cost and reliable electric power for its members. GLU was formed in 2000 under Wisconsin Statutes Section 66.0825 and, as such, is a public body and a political subdivision of the State of Wisconsin, with separate legal status from that of its members.

GLU currently has a diverse portfolio of power supply resources which it utilizes to provide full requirements service to nine of its member communities - Bangor, Clintonville, Cornell, Kiel, Medford, Shawano, Stratford, Trempealeau, and Wisconsin Rapids, - and partial requirements service to Manitowoc.

GLU also performs Midcontinent ISO energy market services on behalf of its members.



GLU Meeting
WI Rapids 
10:00 a.m.


GLU Meeting
No Meeting


GLU Meeting
WI Rapids - Tentative
10:00 a.m.



2018 Annual Report

The Annual Report for the year ending 2018 can now be found under Annual Reports.

It includes key accomplishments and financial information from this past year.

Attached for your review and approval is the Annual Report for the year ending 2012.
The report highlights the key accomplishments for 2012 and includes the audit report