Fact Sheets

About Municipal Light & Power
Safe, reliable and affordable electric service for Anchorage
Bradley Lake Hydroelectric Project
Provides Municipal Light & Power customers with 31 megawatts of renewable power
ML&P takes steps to keep electric service safe and reliable
Electric Car
ML&P installs electric car in fleet to prepare for future loads
Electric safety: Respect the Power
Simple steps keep electricity a positive force
Emergency Preparedness at Municipal Light & Power
As a public utility, ML&P has several critical roles during an emergency
George M. Sullivan Plant 2A expansion project
ML&P builds highly efficient,120-megawatt plant to be a world leader in thermal
How Electric Power is Created and Distributed to ML&P Customers
Municipal Light & Power: Safe, reliable and affordable
Plan before you plant
Safe landscaping practices today helps reduce power outages tomorrow
Power outages: What to do when the lights go out
ML&P has an emergency response plan; your family's plan will reduce inconvenience
Power$marts: Give your home an energy checkup
Find out where you may be missing out on electric-bill savings
Southcentral Power Project
183 megawatt plant is a joint project between ML&P and Chugach Electric
Undergrounding electric service
The transformation of Anchorage: How areas are chosen for undergrounding in ML&P territory
Utility fraud
ML&P encourages customers to recognize scams and take steps to protect their accounts
Workforce at Municipal Light & Power
Dedicated, diverse workforce required to "keep the lights on" 24/7
2013 proposed rate increase
ML&P seeks rate relief to fund its portion of the Southcentral Power Project
2014 summer construction season
ML&P begins with improvements to Downtown electric grid


Keeping the Kitchen Lights On
Engineering Positive Energy
ML&P Government Hill utility work 2013-16
Presented to Government Hill Community Council Oct. 17, 2013
Powering Southcentral Alaska in 2013
Presented to Chamber of Commerce Nov. 26, 2012
New ML&P substation & underground cable placement
Presented to the Midtown Community Council May 9, 2012