The Borough has owned and operated its own electric system since the early 1890's. We generated our own power until 1969, at which time we began to purchase our power at the wholesale level.
Today the Borough electric system consists of a main substation where power in transformed from 69,000 volts to 34,000 volts; at this point the power is sent to serve seven unit substations that convert the voltage to 4,000 volts that feeds roughly 8,500 customers within the Borough of Lansdale. Lansdale is the second largest municipal electric company in the state of Pennsylvania.
For a complete listing of all department fees and charges, please view the Schedule of Fees and Charges (PDF)