Princeton Public Utilities General Manager Keith Butcher, Princeton Public Utilities Commissioner Greg Hanson, and Energy Services Representative Nancy Kelly presented First Bank and Trust employees Amber Wilkinson, Spencer Bjerga, and Brett Olivo a rebate check for upgrading their lighting. First Bank and Trust is a community bank with a strong commitment to Princeton. They recently […]
We want to thank everyone for helping us celebrate Public Power Week on Saturday. It was a great time. We hoped you enjoyed learning more about Public Power.
In celebration of Public Power week, please join us on Saturday, October 9th for an Open House. Enjoy prizes, snacks, power plant tours, and safety demonstrations. The event is from 9am until noon.
The Minnesota Cold Weather Rule (CWR) was recently expanded and will now be in effect from October 1–April 30. The CWR states that during that time, a utility may not disconnect service and must reconnect the utility service of a residential customer if the disconnection affects the primary heat source for the residential unit and […]
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During this week of warm weather, try to reduce your water use outdoors. Here are a few ways you can do that: Car washing: Use a commercial car wash to clean your car-preferably one that recycles water. If washing your car at home, shut off the nozzle in between rinses and use a finer spray […]
Due to the ongoing heat wave, Princeton Public Utilities is temporarily suspending today’s scheduled disconnections until next Wednesday, July 28th. If you received a past due notice, please contact our office immediately and arrange payment to avoid future power interruptions. Thank you.
Princeton Public Utilities (PPU) has been notified that the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has determined that the state is now in the drought warning phase. We thought that this would be a good time to remind everyone of the City of Princeton’s Lawn Watering Limitations Ordinance (City Ordinance 940.03). Important points to remember […]
Princeton Public Utilities General Manager Keith Butcher and Energy Services Representative Nancy Kelly present Freshwaters UMC representatives with $715 in rebates for upgrading their indoor lighting to energy-efficient LEDs. The church representative included Pastor Kevin Fox, Trustee Pat Talberg, United Methodist Women Rep Clarice Harman, and Trustee Skip Harman. Pastor Fox commented, “I couldn’t help […]
Princeton Public Utilities General Manager Keith Butcher (left) and Energy Services Representative Nancy Kelly (right) presented Tucs Equipment Inc Owner, Marty Tucs with $3,466 in rebates for upgrading their lighting to energy-efficient LEDs. The project included retrofits of all the 6-lamp fluorescent light fixtures in the production areas. Marty stated, “It was like a whole […]