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The energy industry is transforming
And, MPW's energy portfolio is evolving. We're balancing the addition of local renewables while continuing to maintain the reliability and affordability our customers have come to know from MPW. Now, you can hear from General Manager, Gage Huston, about MPW's own power transition.
Watch our video from the recent Customer Forum Presentation that includes results from the Power Supply Study.
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Electricity and Power
MPW is the largest municipal electric utility in Iowa. We provide power to Muscatine residents, businesses, and industries, and sell our excess capacity to wholesale markets and other utilities across the nation.
Generating our own electricity and selling our excess capacity helps us control costs and maintain rates that are among the lowest in Iowa – and significantly lower than the national average.
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Water, Power, Fiber internet, Fiber TV and Phone for the whole family.
See all of our business services, designed for growing businesses. Reliable utilities, fast internet and more.
Promotions and Bundle Offers
Every household wants the best available options for the best possible price. That’s why we created a variety of promotions, just for you.
You can sort and see all of our current promotions, including our best bundles!
We have a lot in common.
MPW employees live, work, dream and play in this community—just like you and your family.
Heck, you’re not just our neighbors
you’re our family— and that means something to us.
MPW Water Services
Our water originates in the Muscatine Island Aquifer. It is an excellent source of high-quality water located along the west bank of the Mississippi River flood plain. It covers about 50 square miles in Muscatine and Louisa counties. The wide segment of land consists primarily of sand and gravel with areas of silt and clay. It ranges from about 40 to 140 feet thick.