Long Island Power Authority
Long Island Power Authority, commonly abbreviated as LIPA, is a municipal subdivision of the State of New York that owns the electric transmission and distribution system serving all Long Island and a portion of New York City known as the Rockaways. Since January 2014, LIPA has contracted with PSEG Long Island to operate the grid on its behalf. LIPA was originally created under the Long Island Power Act of 1985 to acquire the Long Island Lighting Company's assets and securities after the cancellation of the Shoreham Nuclear Power Plant. LIPA acquired LILCO's transmission and distribution system in May 1998.
Long Island Power Authority complaints contacts
Call Customer Care on 1-800-490-0025
Call Headquarters on 1-631-755-6000
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