Damage from June 2024 storms

Alliant Energy makes great progress following storms in Wisconsin

Crews working rapidly to restore power to customers

Keshena, Wis. (Update #2 - 9 a.m. June 26, 2024) – A confirmed EF-1 tornado impacted Menominee County on June 25 resulting in widespread damage and power outages for approximately 5,700 Alliant Energy customers in the region. Significant progress has been made to clear downed trees and restore service. As of 9 a.m. on June 26, approximately 1,200 customers in Menominee County and surrounding areas remain without power. Alliant Energy expects to restore service for a significant number of customers today and anticipates restoring all service Friday, June 28. 

Alliant Energy crews identified at least 52 broken poles as well as some overhead distribution lines that have been significantly damaged or destroyed. Crews continue to work as quickly and safely as possible to restore power. Some customers with damage to their property may need an electrician to make repairs before service can be safely restored. Information on responsibilities related to storm damage repairs can be found on our Alliant Energy Storm Safety Guide.

Janesville, Wis. (Update #1 - 5 p.m. June 23, 2024) – Following the severe storms on June 22, Alliant Energy crews have been diligently assessing damage and working rapidly to restore power to customers. As of 4 p.m. on June 23, approximately 4,800 customers remain without power, a significant reduction from the initial 23,000 outages. The majority of these outages are concentrated in Rock and Walworth counties. 

To expedite the restoration efforts, Alliant Energy has enlisted support from Madison Gas & Electric, local contractors, and employees from Iowa. Crews are working tirelessly and safely to restore power, and efforts will continue through the night. Alliant Energy estimates service will be restored to the majority of customers by 10 p.m. on Monday, June 24. 
Safety is a top priority. Alliant Energy urges everyone to stay clear of downed power lines and to provide crews the necessary space to safely assess and repair damage. For clarification on responsibilities related to storm damage repairs, customers are encouraged to refer to the Alliant Energy Storm Safety Guide

For updated restoration times or to report an outage, please visit alliantenergy.com/outage

Alliant Energy Corporation (NASDAQ: LNT) provides regulated energy service to 1 million electric and 425,000 natural gas customers across Iowa and Wisconsin. Alliant Energy's mission is to deliver energy solutions and exceptional service customers and communities count on – safely, efficiently and responsibly. Interstate Power and Light Company (IPL) and Wisconsin Power and Light Company (WPL) are Alliant Energy's two public energy companies. Alliant Energy is a component of Bloomberg’s Gender-Equality Index and the S&P 500. For more information, visit alliantenergy.com and follow Alliant Energy on LinkedIn, FacebookInstagram and X.

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