Rebecca Irwin of Alameda Municipal Power confirmed three power outages in Alameda last night, due to the wind, telling Action Alameda News by email, “It was definitely a windy night. We had three outages. Two were small, affecting 94 customers in the area of Versailles. The first outage lasted 9 minutes; the second lasted [...]
A federal appeals court affirmed a decision in favor of the City of Alameda in a lawsuit field by investors who put money up to fund a municipal entry into the cable television business. (File Photo)
Last week the City of Alameda claimed victory in a lawsuit originally filed in 2008 against Alameda Power and [...]
The City of Alameda’s Public Utilities Board has approved a $64.8 million budget for Alameda Municipal Power for the upcoming year.(File Photo)
Earlier this week, the City of Alameda Public Utilities Board approved a $64.8 million budget for Alameda Municipal Power, the city-owned electric utility.
Alameda Municipal Power is looking for innovative power savers. (File Photo)
Alameda Municipal Power, the city-owned electrical utility is looking to spotlight customers who have demonstrated innovative approaches to energy savings and greener power use.
The City of Alameda’s holiday light display is powered with renewable energy and uses energy-efficient light-emitting diode (LED) lights, the City said today.
An Alameda Municipal Power crew prepares to replace an aging utility pole. (Action Alameda News)
An Alameda Municipal Power crew prepares to replacing an aging utility pole with a new one.
The Alameda Marketplace has joined Alameda Municipal Power’s Green program, choosing 100 percent renewable energy. (Courtesy photo.)
Alameda Municipal Power (AMP) announced this week that the Marketplace shopping emporium is the first business participant to join AMP’s Green energy program. Participants in the program choose 100 percent renewable energy from the utility.
Alameda Municipal Power’s headquarters at 2000 Grand Street was built in the late 1980s. The utility says the building is showing its age and is due for a makeover.
By Erica Madison
Alameda City joins Oakland, Berkeley San Francisco, Richmond, Palo Alto, Santa Clara and Marin in offering a 100% renewable energy option.
Alameda Municipal Power (AMP) is rolling out a new Alameda Green program. Effective August 8th, 2012 consumers can opt in to purchase wind and solar power. The new program will cost [...]
At last week’s Alameda City Council meeting, council voted unanimously to accept a status update from Alameda Municipal Power (AMP) that explained how the city-owned utility was going to halt its undergrounding program, take a step back and re-work it.