Cleveland Public Power's three-hundred-megawatt system ranks as the largest municipally owned electric utility in the State of Ohio and one of the largest in the United States.
CPP’s electrical footprint extends throughout the City of Cleveland, providing service to nearly 74,000 residential, commercial and industrial customers.
This system is comprised of three 138 kV interconnections, allowing for access to electrical power available on the market. The 138 kV circuit feeds the 36 substations located throughout the City, which in turn, steps down the voltage to a distribution system of 69 kV, 13.8 kV, 11.5 kV, or 2300 volts, depending on the substation.
Most of its power and energy requirements are obtained through short and long-term contracts with various regional utilities and other power suppliers through three 138 kV interconnections to the regional grid. The balance is made up of three combustion turbine generating units and ten diesel generators located throughout the network.
Note: Map shows the general outline of CPP service areas and is not scaled or detailed.