Members

Collectively, the 26 LPPC utilities own more than 71,000 megawatts of generation capacity powered by natural gas, nuclear, coal, hydroelectric, wind, solar and other renewable energy sources.

Some LPPC members are fully integrated utilities that own generation, transmission and distribution facilities and sell directly to consumers. Others are primarily wholesale suppliers to municipal and cooperative utilities within their state or region. LPPC members provide good paying jobs to about 52,000 people across the U.S.

All states in the continental U.S., Alaska and Puerto Rico have public power systems. See our History for more information.

Click any name below to visit a member’s website.

New York Power Authority Long Island Power Authority ElectriCities of NC, Inc. Santee Cooper MEAG Power JEA Orlando Utilities Commission Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority Lower Colorado River Authority Austin Energy Grand River Dam Authority Omaha Public Power District Nebraska Public Power District Platte River Power Authority CPS Energy Los Angeles Department of Water & Power target= Salt River Project CPS Energy Imperial Irrigation District SMUD Grant County PUD Snohomish County PUD No. 1 Chelan County PUD No. 1 Seattle City Light Clark Public Utilities Tacoma Public Utilities
Austin Energy

Chelan County PUD No. 1

Clark Public Utilities
Colorado Springs Utilities

CPS Energy

ElectriCities of NC, Inc.

Grand River Dam Authority
Grant County PUD
Imperial Irrigation District
JEA 
Long Island Power Authority

Los Angeles Department of Water & Power

Lower Colorado River Authority

MEAG Power

Nebraska Public Power District

New York Power Authority

Omaha Public Power District

Orlando Utilities Commission

Platte River Power Authority
Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority

SMUD

Salt River Project

Santee Cooper

Seattle City Light

Snohomish County PUD No. 1

Tacoma Public Utilities