Employee Spotlight (Tyler) Copy

We would like to introduce you to ground crew member Tyler Parris. He joined us last year after working the previous 17 years in the Operating Engineers Union, most recently with Miles Resources. This month, Tyler will begin our apprentice lineman training program. He is scheduled to get advanced training at Camp Rilea in the […]


EV Charging Station

As Lakeview Light and Power continues to “look towards the future” we wanted to notify you of a new addition in our parking lot. We have installed a Level 2 Electric Vehicle (EV) charging station, with the capacity to charge two EVs at one time. This is our way of showing support for the electrification […]



To quote an old idiom, “You have to make hay while the sun shines.” This phrase certainly rings true for our ground crew here at Lakeview as they have their hands full completing projects that increase our reliability throughout our entire service area. However, we needed help. We are proud to introduce the newest member […]



LLP is working with Emergency Food Network and will be accepting donations of food from now through the end of May. Bring in 10 items from this list and get a power strip!! While supplies last. (Must be an LLP customer to qualify)    


General Managers Corner – Summer 2019

Greetings LLP Members and Customers: Over 93% of the power LLP purchases from BPA comes from clean, renewable hydroelectricity. However, as more legislation and focus are devoted to clean energy, our state has developed aggressive goals to help support the transition. One of Governor Inslee’s goals is to grow the ownership of electric vehicles (EVs) […]

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2020 Annual Meeting Recap

LLP Holds Annual Meeting Amid Pandemic On April 23, LL&P had its 98th Annual Meeting. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the format was much different than in years past. Attendance was limited to the board of directors and LLP’s executive staff—all attending remotely via web conference. Here are a few of the highlights: Election results. […]


Initiative 1631

We are fortunate to live in a region where we are able to utilize the cleanest, most reliable, and sustainable source of power: hydroelectricity – generated from dams along the Columbia and Snake River Systems. In fact over 93% of our power purchases is generated from this resource. Also, according to the US Energy Information […]