10 May Kill-A-Watt Meter Loan Program – Cut Your Consumption and Save! May 10, 2017 By SuperUser Account General 0 A home energy checkup is a great way to find out where you can save on your energy bill. ML&P customers may borrow a Kill-A-Watt meter, which measures the power consumption of various household appliances and gadgets. By determining which items use excessive amounts of power or leech electricity even when they are not in use, you can identify ways to cut back on consumption and lower your monthly bill. Contact ML&P Public Relations at MLPpr@muni.org or 263-5277 for more information. Related From Bean's Cafe: Quanta Services Companies Give $10,000 to Bean’s Café on Behalf of ML&P Plant 2a Project Employees To recognize worker safety, Quanta Services Companies and workforce representatives on the Municipal Light & Power Plant 2A Expansion Project issued a $10,000 check to Bean’s Café on Friday, Nov. 7 at an employee lunch. Artwork on Plant 2A is Live Watch a streaming video of the lighting program and learn more about the artwork concept. New General Manager: Mayor Sullivan Appoints James A. Trent as ML&P General Manager Mayor Dan Sullivan has appointed James A. Trent as the new general manager of Municipal Light & Power, replacing former manager James M. Posey who retired in December. MOA Chief of Staff Dan Kendall has been the acting interim general manager. Trent begins work on Monday, April 7, 2014. News: Municipal Light & Power Recognizes Line Workers for Service, Safety It's National Lineman Appreciation Day. Municipal Light & Power recognizes line workers have a vital role in the community, working in harsh weather and sometimes hazardous conditions to keep electricity flowing year-round and to restore power immediately during an outage. 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. Municipal Light & Power Breaks Ground on George M. Sullivan Plant Expansion Project Municipal and electric utility officials broke ground today alongside contractors to celebrate construction of what will be one of the world's most energy-efficient, thermal generation power plants. Comments are closed.