The Alabama Municipal Electric Authority (AMEA) is a public corporation of the State of Alabama. AMEA provides power to 11 Alabama electric cities that in turn bring electricity to approximately 350,000 citizens.
Bardstown Municipal Utilities
220 N. 5th Street
Bardstown, KY 40004-
Phone: (502) 348-5947 Fax: (502) 348-2433
Contact: Jeff Mills, City Electrical Engineer
The City of Bardstown has owned and operated an electric distribution system for its citizens since 1895. In the early days of electricity, the City Council decided that it was better for the town to own and control its utilities, rather then depend on outside corporations. The current Electric Department is comprised of a City Electrical Engineer, an Electric Superintendent, and four Electric Linemen.
Big Sandy Rural Electric Cooperative Corporation
504 11th Street
Paintsville, KY 41240-1422
Phone: (606) 358-9831 Fax: (606) 789-5454
Contact: Jeff Prater, Operations Manager
Rural electric distribution cooperative serving 56,000 members in central Kentucky.
The City of Alexander City Light & Power covers 26 square miles of power lines and provides electric service to 7,000 customers.
Dothan's Utilities Department is municipally owned and operated, offering services in southeastern Alabama. Our goal is to provide efficient, effective, and economical electrical redistribution, potable water, wastewater, and fire protection assistance for the citizens of Dothan. Our vision is to be the best electric, water, and wastewater utility in the Wiregrass area with regard to rates, customer service, reliability, and community involvement.
City of Fairhope Electric Department is a municipality with a little over 6,500 electric customers. Fairhope is a member of AMEA, by whom we purchase our electricity through. Fairhope also has water/sewer and gas.
The City of LaFayette is a member city of the Alabama Municipal Electric Authority and provides city-owned power to its residents, serving approximately 1,400 customers. The city purchases power for its distribution system from AMEA at two LaFayette owned substations. The 115 KV transmission line is owned by Alabama Power Company. All equipment located at both substations is owned and operated by the City of LaFayette.
City of Lanett
401 N. Lanier Ave
Lanett, AL 36863
Phone: (334) 644-5211 Fax: (334) 644-5240
Contact: David DeLee, Utilities Superintendent
Electric and gas distribution utility.
City of Luverne Electric Board
PO Box 249
Luverne, AL 36049
Phone: (334) 335-3888 Fax: (334) 335-5159
Contact: Morris Tate, Chairman, Electric Board
Municipal owner of electric distribution system in the City of Luverne, Alabama.
The City of Madisonville, KY, Electric is an electric distribution municipality supplying power to residential, commercial and industrial customers. They have five substations serving approximately 10,000 to 11,000 customers.
City of Opelika
PO Box 390
Opelika, AL 36803
Phone: (334) 705-5170 Fax: (334) 705-5148
Contact: Gary Fuller, Mayor
Opelika Power Services is a community owned utility company, providing reliable and economical electric services to our citizens since 1911. In 2013, OPS launched 100% fiber services, Video, Voice and Data, making these services available to every resident and every business in Opelika. OPS powers the area’s only 100% fiber optic network, making Opelika Alabama’s First GIG City.
The City of Piedmont is a small municipality that owns all of their utilities and purchase wholesale power through the Alabama Municipal Electric Authority. They serve approximately 2,300 electric, 2,700 water and 1,800 gas customers.
The City of Troy, AL, owns and operates the electric power, drinking water, and sanitary sewer systems within the city limits of Troy and serves over 8,000 customers. The City performs most of the repair, design and modification work with internal employees and operates the systems on a daily basis.
Farmers Rural Electric Cooperative Corporation
PO Box 1298
Glasgow, KY 42142-1298
Phone: (270) 651-2191 Fax: (270) 651-7332
Contact: Scott Lester, Vice President of Operations
Farmers RECC was formed in 1938 by a group of South Central Kentucky farmers who had a mission in mind; bring electric power to rural residents of their counties and improve the quality of life for their families and communities. More than 75 years later, Farmers RECC serves more than 25,000 meters with electric service using the cooperative business model. Farmers RECC is a non profit electric utility owned by the members they serve.
Frankfort Electric & Water Plant Board
PO Box 308
Frankfort, KY 40602
Phone: (502) 352-4372 Fax: (502) 223-3887
Contact: David Denton, Interim General Manager
Greenwood Utilities is a water and electric municipal utility which has been owned by and located in the city of Greenwood, Mississippi since 1904. We are governed by a board of three commissioners, whom are appointed by the Greenwood Mayor and approved by the City Council. The commissioners are a policy making board that serves 3-year staggered terms. All operating decisions are made by our CEO. Greenwood Utilities has approximately 70 employees, operating our main office and one generating station as well as maintaining our water and electric distribution systems.
A not-for-profit wholesale power provider to 61 cities and towns across Indiana and Ohio.
Meade County Rural Electric Cooperative Corporation
P O Box 489
Brandenburg, KY 40108-
Phone: (270) 422-2162 Fax: (270) 422-4705
Contact: David Poe, VP, Operations & Engineering
Mitchell Electric Membership Cooperative (Mitchell EMC) was formed over 75 years ago by members who needed electric services. Today, Mitchell EMC safely delivers reliable electricity to more than 24,630 residential and commercial members in Mitchell, Worth and Dougherty counties. Mitchell EMC’s distribution system consists of over 5,570 miles of line over 400 square miles.
Owen Electric Cooperative
P.O. Box 400
Owenton, KY 40359-
Phone: (502) 484-3471 Fax: (502) 484-2661
Contact: Mark Stallons, CEO
The Princeton Electric Plant Board is a community-owned enterprise providing electric services to the Princeton area. We are committed to improving the economic and environmental quality of the community in partnership with our customers, providing reliable electric power at the lowest rates achievable through innovation, efficiency, and professional operations.
Public Service Commission was established in 1903.Our mission is to provide outstanding service to our customer supplying electric,water,and wastewater treatment. PSC is totally committed to our loyal and dedicated customers. Our goal is to provide the community with the best possible service at the lowest rates. Our aim is to make doing business with PSC an enjoyable and rewarding experience.
A Public Utility provider of electricity, natural gas, water, wastewater and cable television services to customers in Baldwin County, Alabama.
Salt River Electric
111 West Brashear Avenue
Bardstown, KY 40004
Phone: (502) 348-3931 Fax: (502) 348-1993
Contact: Tim Sharp, President & CEO
Salt River Electric is a member-owned cooperative that presently serves more than 49,000 customers in parts of 10 counties. Our primary counties are Bullitt, Nelson, Spencer and Washington. Our average Kilowatt-hour use (residential) is 1,342. We operate more than 4,120 miles of line and our consumer per mile is 11.92. Almost 67 percent of our revenue source is residential, followed by 18 percent commercial and 13 percent industrial. The co-op currently employs about 70 men and women.
Shelby Energy Cooperative
620 Old Finchville Rd.
Shelbyville, KY 40065-1714
Phone: (502) 633-4420 Fax: (502) 633-2387
Contact: Jason Ginn, Vice President of Operations and Engineering
Municipal utilities board serving approximately 6,400 electric meters and also serving water, sewer, gas and internet to approximately 12,000 customers.
Tennessee Valley Authority
400 West Summit Hill Drive
Knoxville, TN 37902-
Phone: 865-632-2418 Fax:
Contact: Van Wardlaw, Executive Vice President And Chief External Relations Officer
The Utilities Board of Tuskegee provides electric, water and wastewater services to the City of Tuskegee, the towns of Shorter and Franklin, and surrounding areas in Macon County, Alabama.