ElectriCities is a not-for-profit government services organization that consolidates many of the administrative, technical, legal and legislative services needed by municipally-owned electric utilities.
ElectriCities' Programs and Services department helps member cities capture the economies of scale and scope by working together in groups and/or regions. Our staff provides centralized contract services to the member cities to increase the life and operating efficiencies of their electric distribution systems.
The Emergency Assistance Program was established in 1986 as a way to help the state's 74 municipal electric systems restore power quickly. The program works by dispatching crews from cities that have not been impacted by the storm or have already restored most of their outages to cities that need extra help.
Our economic developers along with our municipal personnel will provide a range of services designed to facilitate new and expanding industry development.
Our members participate in federal and state legislative programs that ensure advocacy for issues important to public power.
The ElectriCities Library maintains a vast array of resources that are available for use by its members either on-site or on loan for a two-week period.
Marketing Support offers a broad array of services and assistance to member cities, their residential customers, and their current and potential industrial customers.
The Safety and Training Department offers many quality opportunities for Public Power employees to obtain career development and proficiency training for power line workers, meter technicians, substation technicians,and one for underground technicians.
ElectriCities Strategic Communications staff is available to assist members with a variety of communications services, including advertising,graphic design services, general communications, bill inserts and other customer communications and media relations counsel. Redirects to Currents.