State and Federal Electrical Utility Agents and Electric power Guide - Energy and environment Review

Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority
Produces, transmits and distributes nearly al. A public corporation and government agency founded in 1941 to provide electric energy services to clients in the most efficient, cost-effective and reliable manner, without affecting the environment.
Grand River Dam Authority
Oklahoma public agency responsible for construction and operation of dams along the Grand River for the purposes of hydroelectricity production and flood control.
Hometown Connections
A subsidiary launched by the American Public Power Association, provides a competitive advantage to public power systems by delivering lower priced, value-added products and services to members.
Platte River Power Authority
A joint-action, public power utility which owns and operates facilities in northern Colorado and provides wholesale electricity and support services to its owner cities there, as well as other utilities and businesses in the western United State.
New York Independent System Operator
A not-for-profit organization formed as part of the restructuring of New York State's electric power industry to ensure the reliable, safe and efficient operation of the State's major transmission system and to administer an open, competitive an.
Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT)
State enterprise solely responsible for all electric power production and transmission in Thailand
Municipal Electric Systems of Oklahoma
marketing affiliate of Hometown Connections, the subsidiary of the American Public Power Association that provides competitive advantage to public power by delivering lower priced, value-added products and services to APPA members.
Federal Electric
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Southwestern Power Administration
Department of Energy which market power generated at federal multipurpose water projects to public bodies and cooperatives. SWPA covers Arkansas, Kansas, Louisiana, Missouri, Okl. One of five federal power marketing administrations under the U.S.
Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)
Covers Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, and Vir. Unique federal corporation, and steward of the Tennessee River, established to market power to public bodies and cooperatives in efficient and inexpensive manner.
Oklahoma Municipal Power Authority
Established in 1981 to provide adequate, reliable and economic sources of electric power and energy to Oklahoma municipalities and public trusts operating municipal electric systems.
Missouri River Energy Services
Formed in the early 1960's to help municipalities in Iowa, North Dakota and South Dakota plan for future power supply needs and supply electric energy, Minnesota and a wide range of energy services.
Nor-Cal Electric Authority
A California Joint Powers Authority. A non-profit public utility formed to operate an electric utility for the northern-most counties of California.
Southern California Public Power Authority
A joint powers authority formed in 1980 to finance the acquisition of generation and transmission resources for its 10 municipal utilities.
Massachusetts Municipal Wholesale Electric Company
Created by the Commonwealth in 1975 to assist the 40 municipal utilities more competitive with the state's investor-owned utilities.
Michigan Public Power Agency
Customer-owned agency established in 1978 and provides economic benefits to its 13 municipal members and is involved in joint ownership of electrical generating plants and transmission facilities, as well as the pooling of utility resources.
Energy Northwest
Made up of 13 member public utilities from Washington state to provide public power to the Northwest.
Centrais Electricas de Santa Catarina S.A. (CELESC)
Power company involved in the generation, transmission and distribution of electricity.
Electricite de France
Power company involved in the generation, transmission and distribution of electricity.
Piedmont Municipal Power Agency
A joint action agency formed by ten municipal electric utilities in the northwest section of South Carolina.
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