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Contact AMP Economic Development at 614.540.1111 or info@searchampsites.com
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Contact AMP Economic Development at 614.540.1111 or info@searchampsites.com
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Contact AMP Economic Development at 614.540.1111 or info@searchampsites.com

AMP Economic Development

Relocate or expand your business in an AMP community and take advantage of affordable, reliable public power and a rich array of business services and incentives. AMP Economic Development provides economic development services for communities in Ohio, PennsylvaniaMichiganKentucky, Virginia, West Virginia, IndianaMaryland, and for member communities of the joint action agency, Delaware Municipal Electric Corporation.

Learn more about each AMP community by visiting our Resource Center.

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Featured Community

Bryan, Ohio

Since 1840, Bryan has been a vibrant community at the center of life in Northwestern Ohio. Bryan is located in the heart of the industrial Midwest. Just minutes from Michigan and Indiana, it is at the center of the country’s economic growth. Bryan is a friendly community combining large city conveniences with small town charm.

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Featured Company

Dannon Company Inc

The Minster, Ohio, Dannon plant is the largest yogurt manufacturing plant in the world, producing 230,000 cups of yogurt an hour. The top-selling brand of yogurt worldwide, Dannon® is sold under the names Dannon and Danone.

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Did You Know?

  • Whirlpool and Dannon both call AMP communities home.
  • Ohio attracts more capital investment than any other state in the nation
  • According to CNBC and Forbes.com, Virginia is the top state for business
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Power Generation

 

Municipal electric systems invest in power plants and other generation assets to control costs and insulate customers from price fluctuations associated with energy and capacity markets.

AMP and its member communities own and operate facilities that generate power. Member communities participate in ownership of individual assets according to their unique needs and priorities. 

Learn more about AMP's generation assets by visiting the AMP Generation Page.

 

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