For more than 110 years, Cleveland Public Power has been committed to providing reliable and affordable energy and energy services to residents and businesses of the City of Cleveland.
Three key outcomes to reach this standard are accountability and responsiveness to customer concerns and priorities; being open to innovation and Mayor Frank G. Jackson’s commitment to a “green city on a blue lake,” and ensuring affordability that supports your bottom line.
Local forecasters indicate that the warmest days on average in Cleveland are July 9-16th. This week they are predicting temperatures in the 90s through Sunday, so well above the normal average of 83 degrees.
It was only fitting that Cleveland Public Power Leader Lineman Bob Kinstler was awarded the AMP Hard Hat Safety Award on October 11, 2018, as the public power utility was celebrating Public Power Week. Public Power Week is a national celebration, which…