Keith Barlage, Director of Buildings and Grounds, led a staff effort to retrofit over 470 lamps and fixtures within the Princeton Public School District. The work was completed in all their facilities including the High School, Middle School, Intermediate School, District Office and parking lots. Princeton Public Utilities provided a rebate of $8,451.52 for this […]
The water meters in town have reached the end of their useful life-span. As a result, Princeton Public Utilities has begun a citywide water meter replacement project to replace the old water meter in your home or business. This process will require two representatives of Princeton Public Utilities to enter your residence or business for […]
Princeton Public Utilities is once again offering residential rebates to help customers manage their energy use and save money. Please visit us at SaveEnergyInPrinceton.com to learn more.
Southern Minnesota Municipal Power Agency (SMMPA) today announced its plan to reshape its generation portfolio through the retirement of the Sherco 3 coal-fired power plant and replace it primarily with wind and solar generation. The plan would result in a 90% reduction in CO2 emissions from 2005 levels and 80% carbon-free energy on an annual […]
Princeton Public Utilities is proud to announce that Ryan Grant is the new Electric Superintendent replacing the retiring Jon Brooks. Brooks will be retiring on December 31st after 39 years of service to the Princeton community. Grant was selected from a very competitive group of applicants and possesses 27 years of electric utility experience including […]
ROCHESTER, MN – Southern Minnesota Municipal Power Agency’s (SMMPA) member municipal utilities have committed to establishing an electric vehicle (EV) charging network to help facilitate the transition to EVs in Greater Minnesota. Participating members will be installing a DC Fast Charger and two dual-port level 2 chargers in each of their communities by the end […]
Holiday Lighting Rebate Coupon
Bills can pile up just like snow. A Minnesota State law called the “Cold Weather Rule” is designed to protect people who have trouble paying their utility bills in winter. The Cold Weather Rule applies from October 15 to April 15. It states that a municipal utility must not disconnect and must reconnect the utility service of a […]