American Public Power Association


American Public Power Association
American Public Power Association is listed in the Associations category in Washington, District of Columbia. Displayed below are the social networks for American Public Power Association which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account, a Linkedin company page, a Pinterest page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of American Public Power Association on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 99.

Contact information for American Public Power Association is:
2301 M St NW
Washington, DC 20037
(202) 467-2900
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Check out @CEOPublicPower's latest blogpost: Teeing Up for the Legislative Rally, #PublicPower Priorities…

Next week hundreds of #PublicPower advocates will gather in Washington, D.C.
The preservation of tax-exempt financing is the Association’s top legislative priority in 2017. We will actively engage on tax reform legislation, working...

Fighting for Community: #PublicPower's 2017 Policy Priorities

#Ohio utility @firstenergycorp seeks support for nuclear plants #Energy #NuclearPlant…

#California regulator cites importance of #EnergyStorage targets ⚡️🔋 @californ…

#PublicPower's Delia Patterson - General Counsel and VP of Regulatory Affairs weighs in on this Forbes story
President Trump's plans for the power industry are a bit of a mystery. Here are what four industry executives think his Administration should focus on over the next four years.

Build a strong customer service culture at your utility with the latest publication from the Product Store #PublicPower
This publication details the results of a 2016 survey of customer service practices at public power utilities. Nearly 300 utilities, ranging in size from 209 to 620,000 customers, participated in the survey. While customer service programs vary from

This video from ElectriCities of NC is a testament to the strength and resilience of these communities, as well as the value of #PublicPower 💪⚡️
This video highlights the impact of Hurricane Matthew on public power communities in the state of North Carolina. As you’ll see, these communities were teste...

What #PublicPower Can Learn from Down Under 🐨💡
In November 2016, we had the great opportunity to represent the American Public Power Association in a fact-finding mission to Australia.