Many of Minnesota's municipal electric utilities rely on municipal joint action agencies for their power supply. A recent study by the Minnesota Municipal Utilities Association (MMUA) shows that 58 percent of the power sold by municipal electric utilities in Minnesota came from municipal joint action agencies. Sixteen percent of the power sold by municipals was purchased from investor-owned utilities, 13 percent from electric cooperatives and 13 percent from the federal Western Area Power Administration. These joint action agencies serve Minnesota municipal utilities:
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MMUA Board Nomination Forms
The Nominations and Awards Committee is currently accepting applications for the MMUA Board of Directors. Three incumbent board members are eligible for a second, three-year term and one of two seats reserved for a policymaker will be open.