Texas Public Power Association | Powering Texas Communities

The Texas Public Power Association proudly represents the interests
of public power providers throughout the great state of Texas.
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Communities
The Texas Public Power Association proudly represents the interests
of public power providers throughout the great state of Texas.
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to 5 Million Texans
The Texas Public Power Association proudly represents the interests
of public power providers throughout the great state of Texas.
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Energy Technologies
The Texas Public Power Association proudly represents the interests
of public power providers throughout the great state of Texas.
Discover more Ensuring Safe, Reliable
Electricity Across Texas
The Texas Public Power Association proudly represents the interests
of public power providers throughout the great state of Texas.
Discover more Powering the
Future of Texas

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Representing Community-Owned Electric Utilities

Texas Public Power

The Texas Power Public Association (TPPA) is an Austin-based trade group representing community-owned electric utilities and public power allied entities in Texas. TPPA serves as an industry advocacy and communication organization as well as a clearinghouse of information for training and technology.
The Voice of Community Owned Utilities

TPPA Services

TPPA advocates for its member utilities. Many TPPA members are more than 100 years old, dedicated to safe, reliable, affordable electric delivery for their community owners.

One Voice

Providing a unified voice for the members concerning state and national issues.

Education

Offering electric utility education opportunities.
 

Collaboration

Facilitating collaboration among member systems.
 

Ideas

Promoting the exchange of ideas and experiences.
 

Advocacy

Advocating on legislative and regulatory issues.
 

Resources

Operating a resource center for research and technical assistance.
 

Learn more about our utility members or how to become a non-utility corporate member.

TPPA Mission

To provide service to the membership by facilitating collaboration among the member systems (municipal utilities, joint action agencies, and electric cooperatives), assisting in the solution of mutual challenges, promoting the exchange of ideas and experiences, providing a voice for the Association concerning state and national issues, and operating a resource center for research and technical assistance and promoting a general understanding of public power.
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Feb
February 3 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

TPPA Board of Directors Telephonic Meeting

Contact dscarbo@tppa.com to request more information. This meeting will be held virtually.
17
Feb
February 17 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am

Marketing & Customer Service Streaming Conference

TPPA will host virtual two-hour session for marketing, communications, and customer service professionals. The program will include national accounts discussion,
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Apr
April 29 - April 30

TPPA Board of Directors Meeting

TPPA will host a Board of Directors dinner the evening of April 29 and a half-day meeting the morning of
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