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With Xcel Energy’s ‘Farm Rewiring Program’ you can take advantage of up to $33,000 in grants and loans to help provide the necessary financing to update your farm’s wiring.
As technology continues to change the way you run your farm, it can also change the way your farm’s electrical system operates. Today’s high-tech farm equipment may require new and improved wiring to assure that your electrical system operates safely and efficiently.
An improved farm wiring system may provide many benefits, such as:
Xcel Energy’s Farm Rewiring Program can help you to achieve these benefits for your farm.
You must be an Xcel Energy electricity agricultural customer in Wisconsin with an active livestock farm approved by an Xcel Energy Engineering Technician. A qualified electrician, who has successfully completed a certified farm rewiring course, must complete all electrical wiring work on your farm rewiring project. The qualified contractor must also provide a cost estimate of the work being done. Your Xcel Energy Engineering Technician will need to review the cost estimate and approve the project before it can qualify for the Farm Rewiring Program.
For more information and/or to see if your project qualifies for Wisconsin’s Farm Rewiring Program, please contact your local Xcel Energy Engineering Technician listed below or call the Business Solutions Center at 1-800-481-4700.
You may also find more information about Xcel Energy’s Farm Rewiring Program under the 'Overview' and ‘Additional Information’ sections on this page. There you will find more details on the guidelines of the program and links to forms and useful tools; such as links to websites containing useful information regarding agricultural wiring (MREC and DATCP).