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The system asks for only the base account number. This means you will not enter the last 3 digits at the end of the account number listed on your bill or statement.
Examples: You may see your account number listed as 12345-001, or 12345001. Only enter 12345 as the base account number.
If you enter more than just the base account number, you will get a message that your account did not validate, and you will need to re-enter the number.
We hear of scam calls being made every so often and we’ve received calls from customers that it is happening more recently. If you are ever suspicious of the authenticity of a call, please hang up and call us directly at 616-897-8402. Lowell Light & Power would NEVER: Use an automated phone system to contact […]
Did you know Lowell Light & Power will pay customers for their old inefficient appliances, and we’ll come pick them up for FREE when they meet the requirements! Old appliances use more energy than current models and are more likely to contain dangerous refrigerants that can be harmful to the atmosphere if they were to […]
Global EV sales increased greatly in both volume and market share in 2021, according to a new report from the International Energy Agency, who works with countries around the world to shape energy policies for a secure and sustainable future. “It’s expected that EV sales in the U.S. will grow from around 500,000 vehicles in 2021 […]
We are pleased to offer our customers a new and improved Customer Portal experience. To celebrate, we are entering every LL&P customer that enrolls in AutoPay and / or Paperless Billing into a giveaway. Customers will receive 1 entry for enrolling in AutoPay or 1 entry for enrolling in Paperless Billing. Customers that enroll in […]
Lowell Light and Power has announced the rollout of a new and improved Customer Portal. Features like Pay by Text, Paperless Billing, AutoPay and Scheduled Payments offer greater convenience to customers, and the new system is simpler and easier to use than the previous portal. “We strive to provide incredible service to our customers, and […]
Lowell Light & Power offers multiple safe and convenient ways to pay your electric bill, without charging any additional fees. Whether you pay online, by phone or by text, or in the office, you will pay only the account balance. We know there are a few other services that try to look like they are […]
In February, Governor Whitmer launched a program for Michigan homeowners experiencing hardships related to Covid-19. The Homeowner Assistance Fund was established under section 3206 of the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021, to prevent homeowner mortgage delinquencies, defaults, foreclosure, loss of utilities or home energy services and displacements of homeowners experiencing financial hardship. Lowell Light […]
Lowell Light & Power and the The Lowell Rotary Club are once again hosting a Holiday Lighting Competition for customers of LL&P. There will be two winners – one commercial and one residential. The winners will be announced the week of December 13th. If you’d like to participate, please give LL&P a call today! 616-897-8402
Lowell Light and Power has announced the appointment of Charlie West, General Manager to the Michigan Municipal Electric Association (MMEA) Board of Directors. The appointment was made during the MMEA Fall Membership Meeting in Lansing, Michigan on October 7, 2021. “Over the years, the MMEA has been well served by very capable community leaders who […]
Lowell Light & Power is celebrating Public Power Week October 3-9, along with more than 2,000 other community-owned, not-for-profit electric utilities that collectively provide electricity to 49 million Americans. “This year, we especially celebrate the employees of Lowell Light & Power—the people behind public power,” said General Manager Charlie West. “These folks work tirelessly to […]
You may obtain the RFP here, or for information on the RFP process please call Lowell Light and Power at 616-897-8402 or Lowell City Hall at 616-897-8457. As indicated in the RFP, all proposals for the sale and development of the Lineshack property are due to the Light and Power office by 11:00am local time […]
You’ll find the details in the 2020 Annual Customer Summary, including links to the full 2020 EWR and RE annual reports.
You may obtain the RFP here, or for information on the RFP process please call Lowell Light and Power at 616-897-8402 or Lowell City Hall at 616-897-8457. As indicated in the RFP, all proposals for the sale and development of the Lineshack property are due to the Light and Power office by 11:00 local time […]
Lowell, MI, March 23, 2021— Lowell Light and Power has earned a Reliable Public Power Provider (RP3)® designation from the American Public Power Association for providing reliable and safe electric service. The RP3 designation, which lasts for three years, recognizes public power utilities that demonstrate proficiency in four key disciplines: reliability, safety, workforce development, and […]
Lowell Light & Power welcomed our new General Manager, Charlie West, last month. Read more about him here.
The City of Lowell/Lowell Light and Power is featured in the April 2020 edition of the Michigan Municipal Electric Association Currents Magazine. The feature discusses the power of teamwork and community our great city has as a whole. It also touches on the ever-changing industry and what LL&P is doing to stay current to provide […]
Lowell Light & Power and the The Lowell Rotary Club have started a Holiday Lighting Competition for customers of LL&P. Please click on the photo below to find out more information.
Lowell Light & Power would like to thank everyone that came to the fairgrounds and stopped by our table and watched our linemen in action at the Harvest Celebration this year. Check out the photos below to view the fun festivities.
Lowell Light & Power is celebrating Public Power week from October 6th until October 12th. Be sure to stop in our office for giveaway, treats and more! Check out our Facebook page, and enter our daily trivia contest. Click the image below to view more details on our in office activities. We look forward to […]
Tom Russo, who retired from Lowell Light & Power in 2016, now works part time in our generation facility. During his time here, he served on the Reliable Public Power (RP3) Provider Program’s Review Panel from 2013 to 2019. Tom was recognized by the American Public Power Association for his service. His plaque reads: RESOLUTION […]
Click on the image below to view details on LL&P’s recycling program. Please call our office or email [email protected] to schedule a pick up today!
On Wednesday, April 24th, Katie Abraham, the newly appointed executive director of the Michigan Municipal Electric Association (MMEA), stopped by the LL&P office to visit with staff members. The MMEA is Michigan’s trade group for electric municipalities and offers different services including legal assistance, semi-annual conferences, education seminars with training, and communication services. LL&P is […]
The new regulator station for long term natural gas supply was successfully installed in December of 2018, now allowing LL&P to run the combustion turbines with no restrictions. With the new station in place, and a portion of the building removed, LL&P will also be installing a chain-lined privacy fence around the structure on the […]
The lane re-configuration at Main Street (M-21) at Broadway was scheduled to be done by today, Thursday Oct. 25. However, unanticipated delays now mean work will continue during Friday, Oct. 26, with work starting up again at 8 a.m. Monday Oct. 29 with completion expected by the afternoon of Oct. 30. No weekend work is […]
Lately, you may have noticed some road construction down Riverside Dr. near the LL&P office. Please see the attachment below to view when and where the road closures will occur. We thank you for your patience and understanding.
LL&P is excited to celebrate Public Power Week with the community of Lowell from October 7th-October 13th. Stop by our office all week long for our LED Nightlight Giveaway as well as free cider, donuts, popcorn and balloons. Receive a free gift when you round up your monthly bill or donate $5 towards the A […]
On Tuesday, July 24th, Steven Donkersloot, General Manager of Lowell Light & Power, appeared on Wood TV8’s eightWest as a part of their segment, “Explore the City of Lowell.” During his interview, a variety of topics were discussed including LL&P’s RP3 Diamond Award and what makes Lowell Light & Power so unique. Please click the […]
One of Lowell Light & Power’s goals is to keep our power lines free of hazards that may cause potential power loss for our customers, and that includes trimming trees. Our Board of Directors recently adopted a policy for tree trimming on private property, and for the safety of our line crew and our customers, […]
On Monday April 30th, Lowell Light & Power received the Reliable Public Power Provider (RP3) Diamond Award for providing reliable and safe electric service. This prestigious award was received at the American Public Power Association’s Engineering and Operations Technical Conference during the Lineworker’s Rodeo in Raleigh, NC. LL&P was one of 118 public power utilities […]
A portion of the Lowell Light & Power staff traveled to Wake Forest, NC this past weekend for the annual Public Power Lineworkers Rodeo. The LL&P team consisted of Mark Droog, Zac Walker & Steve Shade along with Lineman Apprentice Rich Mutschler. They competed in different events with numerous lineworkers from across the country. Here […]
If you see our linemen out and about this week, please thank them for their dedication and service that they provide for our city!
At our monthly board meeting on February 8th, the Lowell Light & Power Board of Directors approved an easement from Consumers Energy for a natural gas regulator station. This was brought to the City Council and approved on February 20th at City Hall. Activity will begin next month at the south end of our building […]
Lowell Light & Power is excited to announce our new recycling program! We’ll take your old appliances and give you a rebate in return. Listed below are the accepted appliances, along with the requirements needed for the rebate. *All Appliances must be in working condition to receive the rebate. Refrigerators: 10ft-30ft Rebate: $50 Freezers: 10-30ft […]
Lowell Light & Power Recognized for Reliable Service to the Community Lowell Light & Power has received national recognition for achieving exceptional electric reliability in 2016. The recognition comes from the American Public Power Association (www.PublicPower.org), a trade group that represents more than 2,000 not-for-profit, community-owned electric utilities. The Association helps members track outage and […]
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2022 Board Meeting Schedule
- July 12
- August 9
- September 13
- October 11
- November 15
- December 13
Meetings are held at 6:00 PM at the Lowell Light & Power Energy Center at 625 Chatham. Click here for directions.