IMPA President Raj Rao Receives Frank R. Rudolph Achievement Award
SOUTH BEND, IN – Indiana Municipal Power Agency (IMPA) President Raj Rao was named the 2017 recipient of the Frank Rudolph Award, the most prestigious award given out by the Indiana Municipal Electric Association (IMEA).
Indiana Municipal Power Agency Announces Plan to Issue $100 million of 2017 Series A Bonds
Carmel, IN – Indiana Municipal Power Agency (“IMPA”) plans to issue approximately $100 million of tax-exempt fixed-rate bonds on October 26, 2017 through a negotiated sale.
Congressman Bucshon celebrates public power in Indiana
WASHINGTON, IN – US Congressman Larry Bucshon was in Washington, Indiana on Friday to learn more about the Indiana Municipal Power Agency (IMPA) and to celebrate the municipal electric communities in the 8th Congressional District.  
Congresswoman Jackie Walorski Tours IMPA Argos Solar Park
Argos, IN – U.S. Congresswoman Jackie Walorski, representative of the 2nd District of Indiana, was on hand in Argos on August 14 to tour the Indiana Municipal Power Agency (IMPA) Argos Solar Park.  Representatives of IMPA, as well as town and utility officials from local public power communities, gathered with Walorski to discuss issues affecting municipal electric communities and the industry as a whole. 
Senators Jim Merritt and Eric Koch named 2017 Legislative Award recipients by the Indiana Municipal Power Agency
CARMEL, IN – State Senators Jim Merritt and Eric Koch were recognized by the Indiana Municipal Power Agency (IMPA) on Friday for their efforts this past legislative session in supporting IMPA and Indiana’s municipal electric communities.
2017 Indiana 100: Agency powers Indiana, one small town at a time
The power company Rajeshwar “Raj” Rao runs may not be huge—but the responsibility it bears is. After all, the Indiana Municipal Power Agency provides wholesale electricity to 61 small- and medium-sized communities in Indiana. That’s 330,000 customers in places like Spiceland, Jasper and Bargersville who rely on the company to keep the lights on.
Indiana Municipal Power Agency and the City of Anderson celebrate 5 MW solar park
ANDERSON, IN – Surrounded by children from local schools, Anderson Mayor Tom Broderick, representatives of the City of Anderson, Anderson Municipal Light and Power (AML&P) Electric Utility Director Tony Pochard, AML&P employees, and representatives from the Indiana Municipal Power Agency (IMPA) joined together on Tuesday to cut the ribbon on the Anderson 1 Solar Park.  The solar facility is the thirteenth such facility constructed by IMPA throughout the state, and is the largest at 5 Megawatts (MW).   
IMPA Announces Economic Development Incentive
The Indiana Municipal Power Agency (IMPA) is pleased to announce a new economic development incentive for existing and prospective electric customers. Designed to promote growth and development in IMPA member communities, the new Economic Development Rider provides communities and local economic development officials with a valuable tool to attract new customers or help existing businesses and industries grow. The program can save companies that meet the incentive criteria a percentage off of their electric bill for a five year period.
Troy Utilities Joins IMPA

(TROY, IN) --The Town of Troy has joined with 59 other cities and towns across Indiana as a member of the Indiana Municipal Power Agency (IMPA).  IMPA is a not-for-profit wholesale power provider serving the electric power needs of communities across Indiana that own and operate their municipal electric distribution systems.  As a member-owner of IMPA, these communities combine to serve the electric needs of over 330,000 Hoosier households.

Indiana’s Municipal Electric Lineworkers Recognized for Lineworker Appreciation Day
Indianapolis, IN – Lineworkers from electric utilities throughout Indiana were recognized by the Indiana State Legislature on Monday for their dedication to keeping the lights on for Indiana’s over 6 million residents.
IMPA Second Wednesday Workshop: Safety in Substations
IMPA Second Wednesday Workshop: Safety in Substations
IMPA Second Wednesday Workshop: Distribution Transformer Three Phase Bank Connections and Troubleshooting
IMPA is pleased to present the Second Wednesday Workshops.   On the second Wednesday of each month (except April and December), IMPA will provide a one (1) day workshop for utility personnel.  Training is meant to meet the needs of all utility personnel, including lineworkers, substation workers, meter personnel, engineering, and customer service personnel.
The workshops are FREE to all IMPA members and member employees, and include all course materials, certificate of completion, and a complimentary lunch.  IMPA encourages all to register and attend.  
Indiana Municipal Power Agency and Crawfordsville Electric Light and Power celebrate new 3 MW solar park
Crawfordsville, IN – A new era of solar power was ushered in on Monday in Crawfordsville, where representatives from the community, Crawfordsville Electric Light and Power, and the Indiana Municipal Power Agency were on hand to celebrate the addition of a 3 megawatt (MW) solar park to the community.  The IMPA Crawfordsville Solar Park, owned and operated by IMPA, is the third such park that the Agency has brought online in the state of Indiana this year.
Indiana Municipal Power Agency Celebrates Grand Opening of New Conference Facility
Carmel, IN– The Indiana Municipal Power Agency (IMPA) celebrated the conclusion of a yearlong construction project with the dedication of the Agency’s new conference center on Friday, August28.   The new meeting facility in Carmel opened to a crowd of representatives from the Agency’s 60 member communities and with several local and state dignitaries present.   
Donnelly Welcomes CFTC Rule to Give Regulatory Relief to Public Utilities
Washington, D.C. — U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly welcomed the Commodity Futures Trading Commission’s (CFTC) announcement that it approved a final rule to provide relief to public power utilities in Indiana and across the country in order to keep energy affordable for American families. This action is in line with Donnelly’s bipartisan Public Power Risk Management Act, legislation he introduced last December with Senator Jim Inhofe (R-OK). Donnelly will continue to push for consideration of the bill, which seeks to provide a permanent legislative fix to the problem by clarifying provisions of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. This would level the playing field between public and private power utilities, once and for all. 
New Solar Park in Richmond Begins Generating Power
Richmond, IN – Representatives from the Indiana Municipal Power Agency (IMPA) and Richmond Power and Light (RP&L), along with Richmond city officials, cut the ribbon on a new electric generating facility in the community on Friday.  The IMPA Richmond Solar Park is a one megawatt solar facility capable of producing enough electricity to power approximately 200 homes. 
Indiana Municipal Power Agency breaks ground on new conference center and office building
Carmel, IN– The Indiana Municipal Power Agency (IMPA) broke ground on a new, 14,000 square foot conference center in Carmel on Friday, marking the beginning of a nine month project to construct a meeting and events center for IMPA and its members, as well as renovate an existing building to include expanded office space.  Representatives from the Agency, its member communities, and the City of Carmel Mayor’s Office were on hand to participate in the ceremony.
Indiana Municipal Power Agency Joins Hometown Connections Sales & Marketing Network
LAKEWOOD, Colo.(April 14, 2014) — Public power communities in Indiana will be learning about special offerings in metering, outage management, distributed generation, strategic planning, and other innovative products and services through a new partnership between the Indiana Municipal Power Agency (IMPA) and Hometown Connections, the utility services subsidiary of the American Public Power Association (APPA).
Frankton absorbs new energy: New solar park coming to town
From the Anderson Herald Bulletin:

FRANKTON, Ind. — A power company will receive the green light for construction on a solar park in Frankton after a vote by the Town Council next Tuesday.

The Indiana Municipal Power Agency (IMPA) approached town officials about building a solar park a few months ago. Jack Brown, Frankton's clerk/treasurer, said there has been very little opposition to the measure from residents.


Prairie State Generating Company's Power Plant Goes Live
MARISSA, IL – Unit 1 of the Prairie State Generating Company’s (PSGC) 1600-megawatt power plant went live today, coming under the control of PSGC, a significant milestone in the process of completing the largest coal-fueled power plant to be built in the United States since 1982. The power produced by PSGC will now be scheduled and sold on the power markets by the PSGC Owners for the benefit of municipal and electric cooperative retail customers throughout the eight states in PSGC’s footprint. Unit 2 is expected to move into commercial operations in late 2012.
Congressman Todd Young Shows Support for IMPA Efforts

Visit with IMPA communities highlights dedication to keep electric rates affordable in Indiana

IMPA featured on Fox 59 News segment
Ann Keil reports on electric bills increasing due to high air conditioning demands.
IMPA featured in Channel 13 news segment
Senator Dan Coats Shows Support for IMPA Efforts
GREENFIELD, IN – United States Senator Dan Coats was in Greenfield, Ind. on Thursday morning to show his support for Indiana electric customers and keeping their utility rates low.
IMPA Announces Program to Promote Energy Efficiency in Member Communities
(Carmel, IN)— The Indiana Municipal Power Agency (IMPA), in cooperation with its 53 member utilities in Indiana and one wholesale power customer in Ohio, recently launched an energy efficiency program that encourages commercial and industrial customers to reduce their energy usage and save money.

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