About Cleveland Public Power
Cleveland Public Power is the City of Cleveland’s municipal electric company and provides reliable and affordable energy and energy services to more than 75,000 businesses and residents within the City limits.
In business for more than 100 years, Cleveland Public Power (CPP) offers new and existing businesses a local electric utility built on providing excellent customer service, innovation and a commitment to the City, its businesses and residential communities.
CPP is positioning itself to be a leader in the electric utility industry through the expansion of its infrastructure and investments in renewable energy generation including hydro, wind and waste-to-energy projects.
Over the next several years CPP will complete the construction of new substations that will allow for additional commercial and industrial customers, and further ensure that they continuously offer clean and reliable power to all of ratepayers.
To complement the strengthening of its infrastructure, CPP is also working on enhancing the customer relations experience through the addition of systems that result in a streamlined connection process and better communication with customers.
As an asset of the City of Cleveland, the CPP team works in conjunction with other City departments to offer businesses and residents the cleanest and most reliable energy because it is the Electric Utility You Can Count On!
Cleveland, Ohio is located in northeastern Ohio on the southern shore of Lake Erie, a part of the Great Lakes Region, the country’s largest fresh water resource. It is the County Seat of Cuyahoga County and part of the larger Cleveland-Akron-Elyria Combined Statistical Area, which in 2000 had a population of 2,945,831 and ranked as the country’s 14th largest.
With the decline of heavy manufacturing, Cleveland’s businesses have diversified into the service economy including financial services, insurance, legal and healthcare sectors. In addition, the City has worked to improve its infrastructure and it has invested in the arts. Today, Cleveland is considered an exemplar for public-private partnerships, downtown revitalization, and urban renaissance. It has been designated among the most livable cities in the United States, and was recently ranked as the best city for business meetings in the continental U.S.
Cleveland was built on the bedrock of innovation and it continues to renew and reinvent itself. It has a diverse economy that has unequivocal financial, legal and health care services. The region is a leader in biosciences, polymers and advanced materials, research and technology, aerospace and more. Its manufacturing sector, once its cornerstone, continues to aggressively compete through advanced technology that has boosted productivity and strengthened its place in the global marketplace.
The City of Cleveland has a diverse community with formidable cultural and community attractions. As the City transforms itself many of the neighborhoods are doing the same, and offer residents a good mix of shopping as well as cultural attractions within blocks of their home. The housing stock in Cleveland runs the gamut from historic Rockefeller homes to new, modern and efficient luxury condominiums.
From world-class theater to professional sports, Cleveland offers a variety of activities for visitors and residents alike.
The region has more than 30 colleges and universities which include highly renowned institutions such as Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland State, Cuyahoga Community College, the University of Akron, Kent State and Youngstown State. Cleveland also boasts many of the state’s leading primary and secondary schools both public and private.