Entries by LL&P Staff

Lowell Light & Power Recognized as a Reliable Public Power Provider

Lowell, MI, March 23, 2021— Lowell Light and Power has earned a Reliable Public Power Provider (RP3)® designation from the American Public Power Association for providing reliable and safe electric service. The RP3 designation, which lasts for three years, recognizes public power utilities that demonstrate proficiency in four key disciplines: reliability, safety, workforce development, and […]

Keeping the Community’s Lights On – Check Out the Newest Edition of the MMEA Currents Magazine Featuring The Showboat City!

The City of Lowell/Lowell Light and Power is featured in the April 2020 edition of the Michigan Municipal Electric Association Currents Magazine. The feature discusses the power of teamwork and community our great city has as a whole. It also touches on the ever-changing industry and what LL&P is doing to stay current to provide […]

Harvest Celebration 2019

Lowell Light & Power would like to thank everyone that came to the fairgrounds and stopped by our table and watched our linemen in action at the Harvest Celebration this year. Check out the photos below to view the fun festivities.

LL&P Celebrates Public Power Week October 6th-12th

Lowell Light & Power is celebrating Public Power week from October 6th until October 12th. Be sure to stop in our office for giveaway, treats and more! Check out our Facebook page, and enter our daily trivia contest. Click the image below to view more details on our in office activities. We look forward to […]

LL&P Employee Receives Recognition from the APPA

Tom Russo, who retired from Lowell Light & Power in 2016, now works part time in our generation facility. During his time here, he served on the Reliable Public Power (RP3) Provider Program’s Review Panel from 2013 to 2019. Tom was recognized by the American Public Power Association for his service. His plaque reads: RESOLUTION […]

Executive Director of the Michigan Municipal Electric Association Visits LL&P

On Wednesday, April 24th, Katie Abraham, the newly appointed executive director of the Michigan Municipal Electric Association (MMEA), stopped by the LL&P office to visit with staff members. The MMEA is Michigan’s trade group for electric municipalities and offers different services including legal assistance, semi-annual conferences, education seminars with training, and communication services. LL&P is […]

Regulator Station Update

The new regulator station for long term natural gas supply was successfully installed in December of 2018, now allowing LL&P to run the combustion turbines with no restrictions. With the new station in place, and a portion of the building removed, LL&P will also be installing a chain-lined privacy fence around the structure on the […]