Public Power in action
Follow the change
Nonprofit public power utilities stand as a testament to the strength and effectiveness of community-driven initiatives. Unlike their private counterparts, public power entities are owned and operated by the people they serve – the local residents and businesses. This allows nonprofit public power utilities to align their objectives with the needs and aspirations of their community.
APPA’s case studies offer a firsthand look at how public power utilities harness their independence to implement innovative solutions, tackle challenges, and create opportunities that are tailor-made for their regions. From reducing carbon footprints and promoting renewable energy adoption to enhancing energy efficiency and supporting economic development, these case studies exemplify the endless possibilities that arise when decisions are made locally, with the community’s best interests at heart.
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Waverly Utilities: Waverly, Iowa
Seattle Public Utilities
Delaware Municipal Electric Corporation
Shrewsbury Electric & Cable Operations, Shrewsbury, MD
100 of the Largest Public Power Utilities
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