Since 1945, the Town of Estes Park Light & Power Division has provided the area with quality electrical service. Today the utility serves about 12,000 customers covering an area of 350 square miles - south on Highway 7 through Meeker Park, Allenspark, Ferncliff and Pine Valley to mile marker 18.75, County Road 43 through Glen Haven and the Retreat to mile marker 11, east on Highway 34 to mile marker 72, and east on Highway 36 to mile marker 7. The area is bordered on the west by Rocky Mountain National Park.
Provides safe, reliable, and affordable electric service to over 70,500 homes and businesses over 55+ square miles. Fort Collins Utilities operates and maintains one of the most reliable electric distribution systems in the country, which is over 99% underground.
Longmont Power & Communications (LPC) is the City’s not-for-profit electric and broadband services utility. Our goal is to deliver outstanding electric and broadband service experiences to our customer-owners while providing exceptional value and benefit to our community. For more than 100 years, we have provided innovative service that has kept electric rates low while improving reliability and convenience for Longmont businesses and citizens.
Loveland Water and Power is a municipally owned utility providing Loveland customers power, water and wastewater utility needs.
Loveland Water and Power's mission is to add value serving the community's utility needs for today and tomorrow by:
- Providing quality customer service
- Providing reliable service
- Planning for the future
- Being environmentally sensitive
- Offering safe and secure utilities at competitive rates
- Being fiscally responsible
Platte River Power Authority is not-for-profit utility that generates and delivers safe, reliable, environmentally responsible and competitively priced energy and services to its owner communities of Estes Park, Fort Collins, Longmont and Loveland. Platte River's generation portfolio includes thermal, hydro, wind and solar resources.