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Fort Collins Utilities Observes Public Power Week, October 6-12

Posted on: Oct-04-2013
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The safety, quality and reliability of our communityís electricity are priorities for Fort Collins Utilitiesí Light and Power. Public Power Week, October 6-12, provides the opportunity to recognize the many behind-the-scenes employees who work year-round to ensure our electricity remains safe and is available when itís needed.

Light and Power operates and maintains the Fort Collinsí electric distribution system, including nearly 1,800 miles of electric lines, seven distribution substations and just over 11,000 City streetlights.

Since its establishment in 1935, Light and Power has adapted to changing technology and citizen needs and has progressed beyond industry standards. Today, the utility features a nationally recognized, state-of-the-art underground distribution system with reliability numbers that are consistently above 99.99 percent.

As Light and Power progresses, youth and adult education, conservation programs and a variety of efficiency rebates provide awareness and savings opportunities, to benefit both the customer and the environment.

For more information, visit or, email , call 970-221-6700 or TDD 970-224-6003.

Contact: Steve Catanach
Light and Power Operations Manager

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