Lowell Light & Power is a public power electric company.
Like 40 other cities, towns, and villages in Michigan, Lowell Light & Power is a municipally owned electric utility, which means it is community owned and operates as a not-for-profit.
Been in operation since 1896, and currently employs 15 full-time and 3 part-time employees.
Proud to provide safe, reliable and cost-effective power to the city of Lowell and parts of Lowell and Vergennes townships.
Rebates available to businesses for remodeling and new constructions projects, including lighting, HVAC, controls, and mechanical upgrades. PLUS, rebate money is available for special energy efficiency projects—just give us a call, we want to help you in any way we can!
Come see the inside of our Energy Center (625 Chatham St), which houses two natural gas generation turbines and is the home base for LL&P’s distribution team.
Brush up on your 30 second commercial and don't forget those Business Cards for the drawing!
Win an Energy Saving Kit full of various light bulbs, advanced power strip and LL&P swag!