Does MSCPA benefit from higher bills?
No. As part of a not-for-profit public power entity, higher bills do not benefit the Agency, members or customers in any way. In fact, MSCPA encourages their members and customers to use their power in an efficient manner in order to keep costs as low as possible. For some energy saving ideas, click here.
Can I set up my utilities through MSCPA?
No. MSCPA supplies power to member communities of Clinton, Coldwater, Hillsdale, Marshall and Union City. If you reside within the service territories of these locations, you may set up utility services through their municipal department.
Why doesn't MSCPA provide power for Litchfield, MI?
The Agency only supplies electricity to its members, who each own and operate municipal electric systems. MSCPA is appreciative of the community in which its headquarters reside; however, the city of Litchfield does not own and operate its electrical system and therefore cannot become a member of MSCPA.