Wright Hennepin's office

Wright-Hennepin

Wright Hennepin Electric Headquarters

About WH

Wright-Hennepin Cooperative Electric Association is a member-owned, not-for-profit electric utility that provides power to rural Wright County and western Hennepin County. The cooperative has been a corporate citizen to the area since 1937.

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News & Events

Get the latest information about your cooperative! Find out about the latest news and events from Wright-Hennepin, browse through our newsletter archive and reach our media contacts.

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Career Opportunities

It takes teamwork to provide our member-owners and customers with outstanding service and support. WH's team includes linemen, engineers, accountants, administrators, customer service representatives, and marketing and sales professionals.

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Save Money With Co-op Connections

Save on purchases at local and national businesses by simply showing your Co-op Connections Card! It's free and just one more advantage of being a member of WH!

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Capital Credit Refunds

In a cooperative like Wright-Hennepin, you are a member-owner of the business. One major difference between a cooperative and an investor-owned utility is that you see an ownership in the business through capital credits, which are paid out in December each year.

Wright-Hennepin's Board of Directors

Wright-Hennepin's Board of Directors

Wright-Hennepin’s electric service territory is divided into nine districts, each of which is represented by a board member. The members from each district elect their own director to serve on Wright-Hennepin's board.

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Wright-Hennepin’s Subsidiary Businesses

WH Holding exists as an independent business structure that offers innovative and competitive products and services; it was created to manage risk, increase strategic energy sales, deliver benefits and generate profits to offset the retail price of electricity.

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Public Policy – Make your voice heard

Government regulation and public policy have a tremendous impact on the affordability and reliability of electricity. This page will be used to update members on any current or proposed legislation that may impact their bill.