6 November 2017 Power Pledge Challenge winners! November 6, 2017 By Public Relations General 0 ML&P collaborated with other utilities and energy organizations in Alaska to present the annual Power Pledge Challenge. More than 3,600 students from 131 classrooms in 27 middle and elementary schools around the state participated in the challenge, in which middle school science students complete a hands-on activity that teaches them how to calculate their energy usage and reduce their usage at home. This year’s campaign covered the largest geographic area of the initiative to date with students competing for regional and statewide prizes. An eighth grade science class from Palmer Junior Middle School is this year’s statewide winner. Get information and the complete list of winners here. Related 2018 Power Pledge Challenge winners! More than 3,000 students from 128 sixth- through eighth-grade classrooms around the state participated in the 2018 Power Pledge Challenge, an initiative aimed at helping youth better understand energy use. ML&P recognizes fourth- and fifth-grade students in the 2017 PowerSMART Calendar ML&P recognizes fourth- and fifth-grade students in the 2017 PowerSMART Calendar. PowerSmart Newsletter - Fall 2017 Download the Fall 2017 edition of ML&P's PowerSmart residential customer newsletter. Power Restored to East Anchorage ML&P Customers All customers affected in this afternoon’s Midtown power outage have been restored to power. Approximately 3,400 customers were affected when the outage began at approximately 12:31 p.m. ML&P Recognizes Fourth- and Fifth-Grade Students in the 2015 PowerSMART Calendar Municipal Light & Power held an art calendar contest for all fourth- and fifth-grade students in Anchorage last fall. The contest was designed for students to share what they know about electrical safety and energy conservation. Though it was a difficult decision for the ML&P team of employee judges, 13 entries were chosen for the 2015 ML&P PowerSMART calendar. Municipal Light & Power encourages customers to recognize utility scams and take steps to protect their accounts Municipal Light & Power encourages its customers to be aware of utility scams by always verifying their account information with an ML&P Customer Service representative. Customers receiving a phone call or email threatening power shut-off unless their credit card information is provided, should not engage with the scammer. Comments are closed.