American Municipal Power, Inc. (AMP) is a nonprofit leader in wholesale power supply for municipal electric systems. We help member communities control their destinies in the volatile world of power supply.

AMP serves 129 members - 128 member municipal electric communities in the states of Ohio, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Virginia, Kentucky and West Virginia, as well as the Delaware Municipal Electric Corporation, a joint action agency headquartered in Smyrna, Delaware. Combined, these publicly owned utilities serve approximately 625,000 customers.

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Our website contains a wealth of information about AMP, our members and public power in general. These sections offer quick access to information for frequent visitors.

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View the OMEA 50th Anniversary Video

Village of Oak Harbor, Ohio

The biggest little town in Ohio

The Village of Oak Harbor, Ohio, located in the hub of the industrial Midwest, grew from land near the Black Swamp and the forest on the bank of the Portage River.

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View the AMP 40th Anniversary Video

Deeter Honored with American Municipal Power, Inc.-DNA Award

AMP Honors Gene Post for his Significant Contributions with Wall of Fame Induction

American Public Power Association Recognizes AMP Members for Excellence in Public Power with RP3 Designation

IRMA Disclosure

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