How do you use your energy?
Stories from our service territory
See how our customers, employees and retirees are Powering Beyond — using their energy to make our communities better.
Ashley Biddick, a total rewards analyst at Alliant Energy’s Madison headquarters, was inspired to become a volunteer emergency medical technician in 2020 after seeing the impact first responders had on her own family during a crisis.
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When her children showed interest in 4-H, Alliant Energy joint facilities coordinator Dana Gillett and her family joined a local club. Today she’s one of its leaders.
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Brad Weber, Alliant Energy’s Manager of Customer Relations at the Clinton Operations Center in Clinton, Iowa, figured out how to use his woodworking skills to make a safe place for kids to sleep.
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Mike Connor and the Stoughton High School Fab Lab still inspire students 10 years on.
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Kelly Jo Hadfield
Alliant Energy champions volunteers who advocate for inclusivity and diversity in the communities we serve, like Kelly Jo Hadfield in Platteville, Wisconsin.
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Julie runs her own communications business while serving on various local committees and boards such as ConnectCR and the Revival Theatre Company.
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Managing Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore in Cedar Rapids can be tiring, but Bromann says what keeps her moving is knowing every day she’s helping fund the cost of someone’s new home.
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A Verona, Wisconsin man collects seeds for prairie restoration.
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A first-semester class in her chemical engineering program showed Michelle Yun what power means to each of us and set a path for her life and work.
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Veronica Stober took the Girl Scout Promise so seriously that she continues to live it as an adult, both at work and in her personal life.
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Back in 2000, Corey Birkel found his perfect job in an unlikely way: Someone suggested he become a line mechanic.
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