Today, Cleveland Public Power and many City of Cleveland departments joined with millions to raise awareness about heart disease and stroke among women. The annual promotion is sponsored by the American Heart Association, an organization dedicated to improving heart health and reducing deaths from cardiovascular diseases and stroke. They seek to improve heart health among all, but today's focus was women. Did you know that 1 in 3 women lose their lives to heart disease and strokes annually?
Cleveland Public Power works to improve quality of life for customers while improving infrastructure
For more than 100 years, CPP has provided residents and businesses in Cleveland with quality and affordable electric service. As a municipally-owned utility, CPP’s focus is not on profit – but rather on providing the highest level of service at the lowest possible cost, investing in quality of life issues, and supporting local priorities and initiatives.
The City of Cleveland recently announced the launch of its streetlight conversion program, a project that combines cost-saving and energy-efficient LED streetlights with smart camera technology. A total of 61,000 streetlights –owned by Cleveland Public Power (CPP) – are scheduled to be replaced over an 18-month period. The $35 million project is part of Mayor Frank G. Jackson’s Safe Smart CLE initiative.