The Voice OF
Large Public Power

LPPC members are 28 of the largest public power systems in the nation. Together, they serve 30.5 million American consumers across 22 states and Puerto Rico.

Our Members

Powering America
From Coast To Coast

As not-for-profit utilities owned by and accountable to the communities they serve, our members offer some of the cleanest, most reliable, most affordable energy in the U.S.

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Get To Know Our Member Utilities

Of The Largest U.S. Public Power Systems
Thousand+ Megawatts of Generation Capacity
Thousand+ Circuit Miles of High-Voltage Transmission Lines
Million American Customers
States And Puerto Rico


Our Leadership

Jackie Flowers, Chair

Jackie Flowers was appointed Director of Utilities of Tacoma Public Utilities in 2018. She has 30 years of professional experience, with 15 of those managing public utilities, including hydropower generation, power supply, power transmission and distribution, energy efficiency, engineering, operations technology, fiber optic networks, and traffic signalization. She serves on the Board of Directors for the Tacoma-Pierce County Chamber of Commerce, the Economic Development Board for Tacoma-Pierce County, the Large Public Power Council, and Grid Forward. She is also a member of the American Public Power Association CEO Climate Change Task Force.

John Di Stasio, President

John Di Stasio is President of the Large Public Power Council (LPPC), where he advocates for America’s largest public power systems in Washington, DC. Mr. Di Stasio spent 35 years working for Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD), the nation’s sixth-largest public power utility. During his tenure as CEO from 2008–2014, SMUD launched one of the largest smart grid projects in the country and maintained some of the lowest electric rates in California. Mr. Di Stasio is a member of the North American Electric Reliability Corporation’s Member Representatives Committee and GridWise Alliance’s Grid Infrastructure Advisory Council. He has also served as past president of both the Northwest Public Power Association and the California Municipal Utilities Association, as well as on the boards of the Business Council For Sustainable Energy and the American Public Power Association.

John Di Stasio