Who We Serve
Putting Customers First
Heartland Energy provides wholesale electric energy to 29 cities and municipal electric systems in South Dakota, Minnesota, Iowa and Nebraska. We also provide energy solutions to six public institutions in South Dakota and have a unit contingent contract with North Iowa Municipal Electric Cooperative Association.
We are capable of providing supplemental, partial or full-requirements energy, depending on the needs of each of our customers.
What We Offer
Heartland’s comprehensive energy productivity program, Power Forward, provides customers with valuable tools, including a comprehensive incentive program to offer their residential and commercial customers, as well as grants to help with projects that optimize electric energy use at city facilities.Learn More
Heartland’s progressive economic development program includes grants, a revolving loan fund, growth incentives and the Energy ONE incentive — all of which help our customers create economic stability while maintaining a superior quality of life.Learn More
Cybersecurity for Utilities
Cybercrime is on the rise, and no one is immune. Utilities need to ensure the appropriate security controls are in place to adequately protect their systems and all the valuable information they possess. Heartland offers a cybersecurity program to establish the correct processes, tools and technologies to protect your municipality.Learn More
Customer Connections Committee
In an effort to build a direct communication channel between Heartland and our customers, we have established the Customer Connections Committee. This committee provides customers with a formal channel to offer their perspective and feedback on Heartland services and operations to our staff and board of directors.
Current committee members include:
|Jerry Jongeling, Sioux Falls, SD (Chair)||Kris Manderfeld, New Ulm, MN||Matt Jaquet, Volga, SD||Paul Kosel, Groton, SD||Angela Grafstrom, Lake Crystal, MN|
|Tammy Nuckolls, Auburn, IA||Sean Kramer, Langford, SD||Nathan Zimmerman, Madison, SD||Adam Jans, Parker, SD|