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LPC Receives Fourth RP3 Designation

Reliable Power Award logo100 year logoFor the fourth time, LPC has earned the American Public Power Association’s (APPA) Reliable Public Power Provider (RP3) designation for reliability, safety and system improvements.

“We devote a lot of time, effort and training into maintaining strong operating practices and I’m proud of the safety and reliability record our staff has earned,” said Tom Roiniotis, Director of Longmont Power & Communications. “As we enter our second century of service to the community, LPC will continue to pay a high level of attention to customer needs and provide responsive, quality service.”

LPC is a platinum level recipient of this designation which is valid for two years from May 1, 2012 to April 30, 2014. Entrants were rated in categories according to reliability, safety, workforce development and system improvements. LPC’s final scoring through these categories was 96.5 on a scale of 1 to 100.

APPA is the national organization representing non-profit, community and state owned electric utilities. APPA’s RP3 program encourages public power utilities to demonstrate proficiency in reliability, safety, work force development and system improvement. Of the nation’s more than 2,000 public power utilities, 176 have earned RP3 recognition.

From left to right, Brent McKinney (RP3 chairman) Doug Spight COL Safety Officer, Joel Trotter, Daryl Sterner, Mike Hyland (APPA  senior-vice president, Engineering Services.

From left to right, Brent McKinney (RP3 chairman) Doug Spight COL Safety Officer, Joel Trotter,
Daryl Sterner, Mike Hyland (APPA senior-vice president, Engineering Services.