Public Power Magazine

Published six times a year, Public Power magazine is the American Public Power Association's flagship periodical.  The print issue is mailed to more than 11,400 leaders in municipal and other utilities, state associations, join action agencies, federal power agencies, federal regulatory and policy bodies, and other leading energy industry entities.  Magazine stories are also posted online for open access and promoted through APPA's social media, email, and newsletter channels, drawing an additional 25,000 readers a year.

 

Circulation by Organization

Organization Readers
Public Power utilities 10,321
Other electric utilities 76
Joint action agencies, regional & state utility associations 694
Utility product and service vendors & consultants 564
Federal agencies, government entities, power marketing administrations, special interest groups 251
News media 38

 

Public Power Magazine Circulation by Job Function

  • Utility leadership and governance
  • Engineering and operations
  • Management and supervision
  • Customer service and communications
  • Administration, human resources, IT
  • Finance and accounting
  • Pricing, policy, and legal services
  • Energy and environmental services

Circulation by Region

Region Readers
East North Central 1,517
Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Wisconsin  
West North Central 1,731
Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota  
East South Central 1,092
Alabama, Kentucky, Mississippi, Tennessee  
New England 658
Connecticut, Main, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont  
Middle Atlantic 499
Delaware, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania  
South Atlantic 1,698
District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia  
Mountain 786
Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexicio, Utah, Wyoming  
Pacific 1,617
Alaska, California, Hawaii, Oregon, Washington  
U.S. Territories 160
International 20

 

Job Functions of Subscribers

Magazine subscribers work in:

  • Utility leadership and governance
  • Engineering and operations
  • Management and supervision
  • Customer service and communications
  • Administration, human resources, IT
  • Finance and accounting
  • Pricing, policy, and legal services
  • Energy and environmental servcies