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City of Anoka

The City of Anoka is located at the convergence of the Mississippi and Rum Rivers. The community name is said to derive from a Dakota term for "on both sides of the river" and an Ojibwa term for "working waters." Major employers include Federal Cartridge Company and Hoffman Enclosures Company. Anoka citizens created the Anoka Municipal Utility (AMU) in 1909. AMU serves the city of Anoka and portions of the cities of Ramsey, Coon Rapids, Dayton, and Champlin. In 1992, AMU and seven other cities joined together to form MMPA.


Anoka Municipal Electric Utility

Population:

18,076

Address:

2015 First Avenue North
Anoka, MN 55303-2270

Power Outage 7 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.:

(763) 576-2903

Power Outage After Hours:

(763) 576-2860

Billing/New Service:

(763) 576-2750

City Hall:

(763) 576-2700

Customer Service:

liz.douglas@ci.anoka.mn.us

Websites:

Services for Utility Customers:

AMU invites residential customers to participate in these programs:

Residential Rebates

Rebates are available for qualifying ENERGY STAR® appliances including window air-conditioners, central air-conditioning, refrigerators and clothes washers and for compact fluorescent light (CFL) bulbs. Amounts vary depending upon the appliance's size and energy efficiency.

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AMU invites business customers to participate in these programs:

Commercial & Industrial Lighting and Motor Rebates

Rebates are available for customers who install high efficiency lighting, motors and variable speed drives.

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Energy Audit Program for Commercial and Industrial Customers

Energy audits are available that provide customers with a list of energy conservation measures that can save both money and energy.

Cooling Efficiency Program

Rebates are available for high efficiency air conditioning equipment when you retrofit or replace your air conditioning system.

Green Power Choice

Green Power Choice is a voluntary program offered to MMPA customers. The program currently offers Hydropower and Wind Power purchased from the Minnesota Municipal Power Agency.

Why Purchase Green Power?

By purchasing green power you support increased reliance on sustainable energy sources, thereby reducing the burning of fossil fuels. Unlike fossil fuels, power generated from sustainable energy sources does not produce harmful emissions. Sustainable energy sources like water and wind are replaced naturally in the environment.

How Does it Work?

Hydropower and wind power are offered in blocks of 100 kilowatt hours for $1.75 per block. You can choose to purchase any combination of wind or hydro blocks. Signing up is easy! Simply fill out the participation form included in your monthly bill.

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Green Power Choice Participation Form