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 Anoka County, Anoka-Hennepin School District 11, Anoka Technical College, Federal Premium, and Pentair. 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.
The Anoka Municipal Utility invites residential and commercial customers to participate in their energy conservation programs. For more information on rebates, click here.
Clean Energy Choice
Clean Energy Choice is an affordable, low-cost way for residential electric customers to support renewable energy. The program offers residential customers with the option to elect to have 50%, 75%, or 100% of their electricity from renewable sources. This is in addition to the 17% renewable energy that is provided to all MMPA customers, as required by Minnesota law. The renewable energy for the Clean Energy Choice program comes from the Minnesota Municipal Power Agency’s renewable resources and renewable purchases from other utilities. For more information on MMPA’s renewable energy resources, click here.
What are the benefits?
- Inexpensive – From $1 – $3 per Month
- Predictable Cost – Monthly cost is fixed and not dependent on energy usage
- Easy to Sign Up – Simply click here to sign up on the Clean Energy Choice website
- Easy to Cancel – Subscription is monthly – you can cancel at anytime
How do customers subscribe?
To sign-up, visit the Clean Energy Choice website. Once customers are signed up, the subscription will appear as a surcharge on their electric bill in monthly increments – there is no minimum term commitment for Clean Energy Choice. Customers can choose to unsubscribe at any time.