Electric

The Auburn Electric Utility provides electricity to our residential and business community via SmartGRID—a real-time communications network that connects the transmission, distribution and customer metering functions to a centralized management system. In addition to helping us maintain high levels of customer service, SmartGRID provides real-time automated meter reading and outage reporting and many useful energy conservation tools. And, together, all of this is giving residents and businesses the lowest electric rate in Indiana.

As a centralized management system connecting the transmission, distribution and customer metering functions of power delivery, the SmartGRID offers many benefits:

  • Real-time automated meter reading
  • Real-time outage reporting
  • Energy conservation tools
  • Efficient and constant operation of power delivery
  • Ability to anticipate and proactively respond to system disturbances
  • Compatibility with various types of generation and storage options
  • Resilient operation protection against threat of attack and natural disaster

White Paper: Security and the Auburn Electric AMI System
Rules and Regulations for Electric Service
Indiana Municipal Electric Association Fact Sheet

SmartGRID FAQs
Electric Rates
 
 
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The City of Auburn does not pick up grass clippings. Please do not dispose of grass clippings by putting them in the street or along the curb. The Street Department will pick up brush only at the first of each month. Residents are encouraged to make use of the compost site located near CR 36A to dispose of all yard waste.


 

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June 27, 2016
By Chris Schweitzer, Auburn Essential Services AES is considering expanding our network once again—this time to homes in the Bear Creek South subdivision. Construction of fiber throughout Bear Creek North was completed recently, with a large number …
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June 21, 2016
Before your family begins to celebrate the upcoming Fourth of July holiday, the Auburn Fire Department would like to make sure everyone knows about fireworks safety and fireworks laws.
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