The deadline to receive financial assistance through the Summer Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) is September 29, 2023. If you are in need of help with your electric bill, schedule an appointment today.
Summer HEAP is available for income-eligible residents. The federally funded Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) helps offset the cost with a one-time benefit applied directly to your utility bill. This program runs until the end of September.
As we head into the holiday weekend, we encourage drivers to be safe on the roadways. Today is the 244th day of 2023, and Cleveland Public Power has responded to more than 350 hit pole crashes. That is more than one a day on average.
Cars careening into utility poles is a problem in our city, and the resulting damage has far-reaching consequences.
Are you struggling to manage your household budget due to high electric bills? If so, help is available through September 30, 2023.
For income-eligible residents, the federally funded Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) helps offset the cost with a one-time benefit applied directly to your utility bill. This program runs until the end of September.
Up to $800, in benefits are available to apply directly to your electric bill. Applicants can receive $500 for central air conditioning repair, $350 for air-conditioner units, or $100 per fan (maximum of two fans).
Annually, the Electrical Safety Foundation International (ESFI) promotes electrical safety at home and in the workplace during the month of May. This year, the non-profit is focusing its campaign on “Electrification: E-Mobility,” a timely subject as the world embraces new technology. One of the most notable emerging technologies is electric vehicles, as well as electric bikes and scooters.
CLEVELAND, March 23, 2003 - Last month the Cleveland Department of Public Utilities (DPU) Safety Division and the American Municipal Power (AMP) Safety Program collaborated to host safety training for CPP meter staff. The training focused on identifying and preventing physical and electrical hazards associated with meter related work.
CLEVELAND, OH -- March 21, 2023 Cleveland Public Power (CPP) is pleased to announce its plans to collaborate with the Cleveland-Cuyahoga Port Authority on the Port’s Electrification & Warehouse Modernization project.
With the release last week of A Request for Statements of Qualifications (SOQs), this project will positively affect the economic growth of Cleveland and the region.
January 25, 2023, CLEVELAND – Utility Scammers strike again, and this scam is more dangerous than others we have experienced. The latest scam could potentially put you and your family in harm’s way.
We received a report of a man impersonating a Cleveland Public Power employee seeking to perform an energy efficiency check up on the home HVAC systems. If you receive a similar call, take note of the name, and telephone number of this caller and report it to Public Utilities Security at (216) 443-2426.
Three hundred and seven years ago on this date, Ben Franklin was born. In recognition of his birth, today is Ben Franklin Day!
What you ask, does that have to do with Cleveland Public Power? Not much, but it's an often unheard of holiday, and there is a correlation between Franklin and electricity. Many of you know that he was an author, printer, political theorist, politician, freemason, postmaster, scientist, inventor, civic activist, statesman, and diplomat, to name a few. However, let's focus on the scientist/inventor portion of his life.