Allamakee-Clayton Electric Cooperative is investing in digital meters or Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) to improve the efficiency and reliability of our electric system. These meters communicate with the utility without the need of someone coming to your home to log the electricity usage. Many members have asked questions about these meters and how they work. Click here for the most common questions we have received – and the answers.
Low-level electrical current, commonly known to farmers as 'stray voltage', can impact Iowa's dairy cows and other livestock, reducing milk production and affecting animal behavior.
Any three-phase service larger than 800 AMP requires engineering approval, and
Any single-phase service larger than 600 AMP requires engineering approval.
When storms damage equipment or when you are planning new construction, it's good to know who is responsible for maintenance and repairs of your electric service.