Yesterday Cleveland Channel 3 News broke the story that a reporter had obtained an unredacted copy of a May 2019 city briefing document that called Cleveland Public Power current situation not sustainable citing uncompetitive rates, a weak financial condition, declining reliability, and a dysfunctional management structure. Now United State Representative, Cleveland native and former Cleveland […]

CLEVELAND — Two Cleveland Public Power student apprentices won’t be fired despite confessing to scrap metal thefts from various job sites, according to a news release from Mayor Frank Jackson’s office. The release states that the two individuals took around $915 worth of materials. After being caught, the two apologized and “accepted responsibility.” Instead of […]

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – A spokesperson with Cleveland Public Power said electrical overload due to excessive heat caused power outages on the city’s West Side on Sunday and Monday. Hundreds of customers were affected on Sunday in the area from W. 100th through W. 112th. Power was restored on Sunday before midnight. Power went out again early Monday […]

  CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – Today several Cleveland Public Power customers have received telephone calls from a man posing as a representative of Cleveland Public Power’s “Disconnection or Termination” Department and requesting $400 over the phone to prevent interruption of service. This is a scam. These customers have contacted CPP’s Dispatch Center and given the […] CLEVELAND – Cleveland Public Power should have electricity restored to all customers by Thursday, the city of Cleveland said. On Wednesday, Cleveland Public Power met with The Illuminating Company to discuss mutual aid. Once power is back on to CPP customers, crews will begin helping FirstEnergy’s efforts. [Red Cross and city-operated warming centers […]