CPWS earns highest ‘Diamond’ designation

Columbia Power & Water Systems Recognized as a Reliable Public Power Provider Earns highest national “Diamond” designation, while outperforming industry averages COLUMBIA, Tenn. – Columbia Power & Water Systems has earned the Reliable Public Power Provider (RP3)® Diamond designation from the American Public Power Association for providing reliable and safe electric service. The RP3 designation, which lasts for three years, recognizes …

E.A. Cox STEM Event

Great evening at E.A. Cox Middle School for the STEM event…lots of fun and educational too!

Second Harvest in Mt. Pleasant

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Thanks to Second Harvest Food Bank and TVA, CPWS, Mt. Pleasant Power System and Lawrenceburg Utilities provided food to many needy families in Maury County.  Thanks to the good folks of Mt. Pleasant for their hospitality and community spirit!

Highland Park Elementary School

CPWS is proud to help our local elementary school use technology to stand out.  Thanks to Ross Jaynes and the CPWS PowerNet team, Highland Park Elementary now broadcasts their daily news update live on YouTube.

Columbia Academy Food Drive

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CPWS is thankful for our many wonderful partners and the important roles they play in the community. This week CPWS crews and staff worked hard at Columbia Academy’s annual food drive in support of The Family Center…. THANKFUL for their service!