Free HR resource available for Heartland customers

Free HR resource available for Heartland customers

July 31, 2017 Online service offers human resources-related materials News, tools, forms and training related to employment and workplace issues in the public power industry are now available at the click of a Read More
Help preserve tax-exempt municipal bonds

Help preserve tax-exempt municipal bonds

April 28, 2017 APPA seeking stories from member utilities in advocacy efforts From APPA Tax-exempt municipal bonds are the primary source of funding for infrastructure that enables public power communities across the country Read More
Generation School

Generation School

April 18, 2017 MMUA is pleased to partner with American Public Power Association (APPA) on the 2017 Generation School. This School can benefit well-seasoned operators, as well as those just starting in the Read More
CEO’s Report: Advocacy in action

CEO’s Report: Advocacy in action

March 3, 2017 Former Oklahoma attorney general Scott Pruitt was recently confirmed to lead the Environmental Protection Agency. If you do a quick internet search on Pruitt, coverage focuses on his being “arm Read More
CEO’s Report: Know the issues, know what you can do

CEO’s Report: Know the issues, know what you can do

January 30, 2017 Public Power’s 2017 legislative priorities Heartland serves as an advocate for our customers, promoting policies that put our customers first while ensuring a stable supply of electricity and protecting the Read More
Understand and communicate your utility’s value

Understand and communicate your utility’s value

January 30, 2017 Register for the Public Utility Governance webinar series No matter the size of your budget and your utility, every public power community should engage in a strategic dialog with its Read More
Heartland interns complete projects, create resources for customers’ benefit

Heartland interns complete projects, create resources for customers’ benefit

September 1, 2016 Heartland’s two summer interns wrapped up their respective projects and presented their findings to the Heartland Board of Directors at their August meeting. Operations Engineering Intern Heather Ahlgrim and Customer Research Read More
Reducing Cyber Risk: Where to Start

Reducing Cyber Risk: Where to Start

March 1, 2016 By Nathan Mitchell, senior director of electric reliability standards and security, American Public Power Association Contributed Story. Originally appeared in the November-December 2015 issue of Public Power Innovation opens doors Read More
CEO’s Report – Stay on Clean Power Plan denied, opposition continues

CEO’s Report – Stay on Clean Power Plan denied, opposition continues

February 1, 2016 On January 21, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit denied motions filed by states and industry, including the American Public Power Association, that sought to Read More
APPA Award deadline approaching January 29

APPA Award deadline approaching January 29

January 13, 2016 Nominate your APPA member colleagues and organizations for #publicpower’s highest honors by Jan 29, 2016 🏆 Visit www.publicpower.org/Awards A photo posted by We Are Public Power (@publicpowerorg) on Jan 13, Read More