The City of Lompoc Electric Division turns 100 years old on Feb. 23, and is marking its anniversary with a celebration that includes the unveiling of a centennial logo, and a proclamation that was issued at this week’s Lompoc City Council meeting by Mayor Jenelle Osborne.

The city purchased Lompoc Light & Power Company on Feb. 23, 1923. The Lompoc Electric Division has remained community-owned and not-for-profit since 1923.

Currently, the city’s electric system consists of a receiving substation, one distribution substation, and 60 miles of overhead and 65 miles of underground distribution lines with 15,463 meters.

The electric utility is a member of Northern California Power Agency (NCPA), and works through NCPA for the production and purchase of the electricity that is distributed to customers.

The electric utility is a current recipient of the prestigious American Public Power Agency (APPA) RP3 Designation, the APPA Safety Award of Excellence, and the APPA Smart Energy Provider.

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