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Posted on: November 15, 2023

Bowling Green Municipal Utilities Recognized as a Smart Energy Provider for Third Time

City of Bowling Green Municipal Utilities has earned a Smart Energy Provider (SEP) designation from the American Public Power Association for demonstrating a commitment to and proficiency in energy efficiency, distributed generation, and environmental initiatives that support the goal of providing safe, reliable, low-cost, and sustainable electric service. This is the third time Bowling Green has earned this recognition, first receiving the SEP designation in 2019.  Kris Sellstrom, Energy and Gas Resources Manager at Jamestown Board of Public Utilities in Jamestown, New York, and chair of APPA’s Energy Innovation Committee, presented the designations on November 13 in San Antonio, Texas during APPA’s annual Customer Connections Conference.

The SEP designation, which lasts for two years (December 1, 2023 to November 30, 2025), recognizes public power utilities for demonstrating leading practices in four key disciplines: smart energy program structure; energy efficiency and distributed energy programs; environmental and sustainability initiatives; and customer experience.  Bowling Green joins more than 90 public power utilities nationwide that hold the SEP designation.

“SEP-designated utilities have demonstrated their leadership in smart energy programs and services,” said Sellstrom.  “This designation celebrates utilities that are committed to serving their customers while taking the extra step to plan for the future.  Communities served by utilities that have earned the SEP designation should be proud of their utility’s accomplishments.”

“We are pleased to be recognized as a public power utility that is implementing smart energy best practices,” said Brian O’Connell, Utilities Director of Bowling Green. “This SEP designation represents our dedication to offering programs that keep our power affordable, support energy efficiency in our community, and reduce our environmental impact.”

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The American Public Power Association is the voice of not-for-profit, community-owned utilities that power 49 million people in 2,000 towns and cities nationwide. APPA advocates and advises on electricity policy, technology, trends, training, and operations.

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