LPPC News & Announcements

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LPPC Discusses Electrification at USEA's 2024 State of the Energy Industry Forum

February 6, 2024

Across America, the energy transition is in full swing as utilities increasingly adopt new technologies to expand the ways clean energy powers modern life. This shift to clean energy...

PUF Covers LPPC Grid Reliability Event with Sen. Kevin Cramer

January 10, 2024

The Large Public Power Council, LPPC, hosted an event in early December on grid reliability, “Power Shift: Meeting America’s Power Needs.” It examined the latest energy policy developments...

Where Community Matters Most

December 6, 2023

Public power utilities are not-for-profit, community-owned, and focused on serving their customers and community. That’s why public power offers the most reliable electric service...

LPPC Hosts a Discussion on Reliability with Sen. Kevin Cramer (R-ND)

December 5, 2023

As the electric sector continues to expand the ways clean energy powers America, utilities must also address the rising power demand and ensure the reliability of the electric grid...

LPPC Announces Tom Falcone, CEO of LIPA, and Jackie Flowers, Director of Utilities at Tacoma Public Utilities, as New Chair and Vice Chair

November 28, 2023

Today, the Large Public Power Council (LPPC) announced Tom Falcone, CEO of the Long Island Power Authority (LIPA), and Jackie Flowers, Director of Utilities...

Navigating the Path to a Sustainable and Reliable Power Supply

October 6, 2023

The electrification of America’s economy is a massive task. But LPPC members, who represent every region of the country, are embracing the challenge to...

Commentary: Look no further than Long Island for a case for public power

October 5, 2023

Tangible improvements show a correlation between an improved ability to invest and reliability of service. As the people of Maine consider the Pine Tree Power proposal...

Clearing the Path for Permitting Reform

October 2, 2023

Americans rightly expect the lights to turn on at the flip of a switch, but the electric utilities responsible for powering our homes and businesses must wait years for...

Leading on Clean Energy Expansion

September 26, 2023

From pioneering the nation's first offshore wind farm off the coast of Long Island to breaking ground on Los Angeles’s first-of-its-kind hydrogen hub...

Fitch Says Deleveraging Era Over For Public Power Utilities

June 29, 2023

Fitch Ratings said that a decade of deleveraging has officially come to an end for public power utilities in the United States. Leverage metrics for U.S. public...