Concord families are invited to enjoy:
• Donuts, cider, and barbeque
• Bucket trucks and excavators
• Demos of pole climbing, electricity generation, broadband splicing and speeds, and more
• Information about solar energy, energy audits, and electric vehicles
• Life-size lineman cutouts (grown up and child sizes too) for fun photos
• Face painting
• And much more free family fun!
CMLP joins more than 2,000 other community-owned, not-for-profit electric utilities nationally celebrating Public Power Week during the week of October 2-8 that collectively provide electricity to 48 million Americans.
CMLP is proud to have served Concord for 118 years. “Public Power Week celebrates the reliable, affordable electricity CMLP provides to the Concord community, and we take pride in serving our friends and neighbors,” said Dave Wood, CMLP Director. “Public power puts the people of Concord first, and Public Power Week gives us the chance to emphasize the advantages of locally grown, locally owned power that supports strong communities,” said Mr. Wood.
Today CMLP offers Concord residents electric and broadband Internet services. CMLP has 41 employees at their Operations Center at 1175 Elm St. It serves 6,900 residential customers, 1,231 commercial, and 69 municipal customers.