City Water, Light & Power is the supplier of electricity for residents and businesses of Springfield, IL.
CWLP's Electric Division facilities include the Stevenson Drive plant complex, which consists of the Dallman and Dallman 4 coal-fired power stations,
as well as a waste water treatment plant. All four Dallman generating units are served by
selective catalytic reduction (SCR) systems, which significantly reduce nitrogen oxides (NOx) emissions; sulfur dioxide (SO2) scrubbers; and electrostatic
precipitators that reduce particulate emissions. In addition, the Dallman 4 Power Station is equipped with: a fabric filter bag house that also aids in
particulate emission, and a state-of-the-art cooling tower that
eliminates the need to send high-temperature cooling water back into Lake Springfield. At other locations, the Division maintains an
operations dispatch center and transmission and distribution (T&D) engineering office; an electric overhead, underground, substation and service
office; three peaking turbines; and a number of substations. In addition to owning on-site generating capacity,
CWLP has entered into two long-term contracts to purchase up to 120 megawatts of capacity per year.
Learn about our power plants and other generating capacity.
How to report power outages and more information to help you.
Information about our electric transmission and distribution network.
Here is a list of our current electrical rates, along with possible discount options.
Telecommunications services for commercial and industrial customers.
Information on adding security light service to add to your account.
Helping our customers become safe electricity users.
Information and forms for electrical contractors.
Click here to sign into your online account, where you can view your customer information as well as pay bills online.
Click here to find the fast links and phone numbers to report power outages, streetlight trouble and more to us.
Click here to find the fast links to information for all of our programs and services.