Shared Strength through WPPI Energy

COVID-19 Update

 LOBBY CLOSED-Due to concerns caused by the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus, the utility is restricting public access to the utility office to only essential utility matters in order to try to help protect the critical employees that operate the electrci and water systems. Customer service staff remain available to answer question during normal busiiness hours at (920) 623-5912 or cwl@columbuswaterandlight.com The utility provides a number of payment options to customers that can be found at www.columbuswaterandlight.com/bill-payment-options      

Value of Public Power

Store owners posing in storeThe City of Columbus owns and operates its own local utility and has long been committed to helping make our community a great place to live and work. As a public power community, we are in the business of meeting customers’ needs and providing a higher level of service.

Columbus Water & Light contributes to the economic well-being of the community by providing local, hometown service and innovative energy services to meet the needs of businesses large and small. Together with our nonprofit power supplier, WPPI Energy, we’ve built a strong team of energy experts and account management professionals to serve your business by providing the following and more:

  • Operating cost estimates and energy rate comparisons
  • New construction technical assistance
  • Energy efficiency incentives
  • Green power for business promotion
  • Partnerships with local economic development organizations

The staff at Columbus Water & Light is committed to keeping our community and its businesses strong.