March 10, 2022, CLEVELAND-- Cleveland Public Power encourages members of the electrical construction industry to join them at the 2022 Electro Expo March 30-31st. The Expo, hosted by The Electrical League of Ohio will be held in the Huntington Convention Center, 300 Lakeside Ave., and is free to attend.
If you are an architect, electrical contractor, utility, electrical engineer, or energy engineer this Expo is an opportunity for you to attend educational seminars and “hands-on” exhibits featuring the latest technology in the electrical industry.
Fall is officially here, temperatures are falling like the beautiful tree leaves. With colder temperatures, homes are chilly prompting the use of space heaters and furnaces to keep warm. Utilizing these appliances may result in increased consumption of electricity.
Beginning Monday, November 1, 2021, and running through March 31, 2022 assistance is available for income-eligible residents. The federally funded, Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP), is available to help offset the cost with a one-time benefit of up to $750 applied directly to your utility bill.
As days get shorter, streetlights become an essential tool in neighborhoods. These lights not only illuminate neighborhoods, but they provide safe, efficient lighting for pedestrians, and drivers.
This outdoor lighting source was upgraded in 2019 as part of Mayor Frank G. Jackson’s Safe Smart CLE program.
These new lights provide residents and visitors with clear images and well-lit pathways.
If you see streetlights out, call 621-LITE (5483) to report the outage to our 24-hour automated system.
Cleveland Public Power (CPP) will host its 14th Annual Public Power Week celebration virtually October 3-9. Along with 2,000 other community-powered, not-for-profit electric utilities that collectively provide electricity to 49 million Americans we will demonstrate the vital role we play in our communities.
CPP has chosen the virtual world for its celebration due to the continued rise in coronavirus cases, and because those most impacted are young people who play a big role in our annual celebrations.
As summer comes to a close, many are still dealing with high electric bills from the hot, humid days of summer. Help is available throughout September.
For income-eligible residents there’s a federally funded program, Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP), to help offset the cost with a one-time benefit applied directly to your utility bill. This program runs until the end of September.
CLEVELAND – High winds, mechanical failures, and traffic accidents as a result of severe storms can lead to downed power lines and power outages. In an effort to keep residents and customers informed, Cleveland Public Power offers the following tips for storm safety as we prepare for forecasted high winds:
Downed power lines – Never touch, move or go near any downed or hanging lines. The first action should be to call 9-1-1 or your local utility. CPP’s Trouble Line can be reached by calling 216-664-3156.