The Michigan Public Power Agency is a non-profit, joint action power supply agency established in 1978 under Michigan
Public Act 448. The Agency provides economic benefits to its 17 municipal
members and is involved in joint ownership of electrical generating plants and
transmission facilities, as well as the pooling of utility resources.
The Michigan Public
Power Agency exists to create opportunities for joint-action that enable
Michiganís local public power utilities to remain independent and, through MPPA,
in control of the energy resources needed to succeed in a competitive energy