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1111 Schrock Road, Suite 100
Columbus, OH 43229
Phone: (614) 540-6402
American Municipal Power has 133 members – 132 member communities in Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia, and one joint action agency in Delaware.
Delaware Municipal Electric Corporation
Benham, Berea, Paducah, Princeton and Williamstown
Clinton, Coldwater, Hillsdale, Marshall and Wyandotte
Amherst, Arcadia, Arcanum, Batavia, Beach City, Blanchester, Bloomdale, Bowling Green, Bradner, Brewster, Bryan, Carey, Celina, Cleveland, Clyde, Columbiana, Columbus, Custar, Cuyahoga Falls, Cygnet, Deshler, Dover, Edgerton, Eldorado, Elmore, Galion, Genoa, Georgetown, Glouster, Grafton, Greenwich, Hamilton, Haskins, Holiday City, Hubbard, Hudson, Huron, Jackson, Jackson Center, Lakeview, Lebanon, Lodi, Lucas, Marshallville, Mendon, Milan, Minster, Monroeville, Montpelier, Napoleon, New Bremen, New Knoxville, Newton Falls, Niles, Oak Harbor, Oberlin, Ohio City, Orrville, Painesville, Pemberville, Pioneer, Piqua, Plymouth, Prospect, Republic, Seville, Shelby, Shiloh, South Vienna, St. Clairsville, St. Marys, Sycamore, Tipp City, Toledo, Versailles, Wadsworth, Wapakoneta, Waynesfield, Wellington, Westerville, Wharton, Woodsfield, Woodville and Yellow Springs
Berlin, Blakely, Catawissa, Duncannon, East Conemaugh, Ellwood City, Ephrata, Girard, Goldsboro, Grove City, Hatfield, Hooversville, Kutztown, Lansdale, Lehighton, Lewisberry, Mifflinburg, New Wilmington, Perkasie, Quakertown, Royalton, Saint Clair, Schuylkill Haven, Smethport, Summerhill, Wampum, Watsontown, Weatherly and Zelienople
Bedford, Danville, Front Royal, Martinsville and Richlands
New Martinsville and Philippi
American Municipal Power, Inc. (AMP) and its member communities are committed to the balance of being responsible corporate citizens, governmental entities, employers, and environmental stewards while maintaining a supply of cost-competitive, reliable electric power. The best way to achieve balance is through the consistent application of sustainability as a business practice.
In 2005, the AMP Board of Trustees adopted Environmental Stewardship Principles to help guide the organization. The principles were revised as Sustainability Principles and re-adopted in 2011, and updated in 2018 and 2021, to expand the scope of the principles to encompass broader corporate sustainability goals and objectives, thus better reflecting the organization’s definition of sustainability as a business approach that creates long-term member value by embracing opportunities and managing risks derived from economic, environmental and societal developments.
AMP defines its “corporate sustainability” as a business approach that creates long-term member value by embracing opportunities and managing risks derived from economic, environmental and societal developments. To that end, the AMP Board of Trustees affirms the following Sustainability Principles, to guide and support its actions.
Principle #1 – Provide a balanced and sustainable power supply portfolio to members
Principle #2 – Reduce environmental and societal impacts from our operations
Principle #3 – Provide valued services and support to members
Principle #4 – Collaborate, educate and engage with stakeholders to promote AMP and member interests
Principle #5 – Further employee engagement & responsible governance
To view our Sustainability Reports please click here.