MiEnergy Cooperative was formed in 2017 after members of Hawkeye REC and Tri-County Electric Cooperative overwhelmingly voted to merge the two cooperatives.
MiEnergy provides electric energy to about 22,800 services in southeastern Minnesota and northern Iowa. The cooperative also provides electric service to ten municipal communities in Minnesota that distribute the energy to their community residents. The ten municipals are Caledonia, Eitzen, Harmony, Lanesboro, Lawler, Mabel, Peterson, Rushford, Spring Grove and Whalan.
MiEnergy distributes its electric energy through nearly 5,700 miles of power lines covering Winona, Fillmore, Houston, Mower and Olmsted counties in Minnesota, and Allamakee, Howard, Chickasaw and Winneshiek counties in Iowa.
The cooperative has locations in Rushford, Minnesota and Cresco, Iowa. Outpost facilities in Minnesota are located in Caledonia, Harmony and Spring Valley. MiEnergy maintains 24 hour, around-the-clock electric service. Crews are available to ensure quality service at all times. The cooperative is staffed by 80 local employees dedicated to delivering quality services to its member consumers.