Rental Vacancy Policy
The policy of Minnesota Power for premises with landlords is to revert the service to the landlord when the rental property is vacant.
Minnesota Power Rental Property Electric Service Form
Rental Vacancy Tips:
- Landlords may request combined billing for managing several properties and accounts. Instead of receiving individual bills for each property, landlords can receive them all at one time in the same envelope.
- For times when there is a possibility of service interruption, we offer a Tenant-Landlord Release of Information Form. This form allows Minnesota Power to release only pertinent information to help avoid service interruptions. The tenant and landlord must both sign and return the form to Minnesota Power for each information request.