DMU is currently taking bids on the below item. Bids must be received by 1:00pm on July 12th. Further detail can be found in the attached document.
One (1) 15/20/25 MVA @55°C rise, 16.8/22.4/28 MVA @65°C rise ONAN/ONAF/ONAF,
power transformer, 69 kV Delta to 12.47 GRDY/7.2 kV with LTC and accessories.
The Delano Municipal Utility is transitioning within its community health emergency plan to the delivery of only essential services and minimizing direct person-to-person contact. This is a continuity measure to allow the continuation of essential public services by reducing potential direct contact with employees carrying out services.
Delano Municipal Utility will be closing all public access to facilities on Tuesday March 17th, until further notice. The Utility will continue to perform essential services. You can reach us at 763-972-0557 or email us at [email protected]. Payments can be left in our drop box at Coborn’s or at our main office. Payments can also be made here by clicking on the billing and payment tab or by calling Paymentus direct at 844-531-5745. Please note you will need your customer information for these two options.
The Utility asks for the public’s patience and understanding of this action.
Due to record cold and snow this winter, the Delano Water Power & Light Commission requested that DMU estimate energy and water usage for the months of January and February 2019. The January estimate was computed using the prior 12-month period while it was assumed that corrections would be applied to the February billing cycle. Unfortunately, record snows piled up and forced the Commission to once again request that energy and water usage be estimated to aid in the efficiency of our meter reading cycle for February.
DMU customers are inquiring about high costs of the March “true-up” invoice. This bill represents the difference between the previous two estimated months and the actual readings collected by our meter reading crews. State laws allow utilities to estimate usage due to weather, workforce, or other issues as long as the estimated readings are “trued-up” at least once per year.
Unfortunately, our social media and on-bill notifications failed; for that we are truly sorry for any hardships experienced by our customers. In an effort to ease any burden, DMU will happily accept a payment arrangement so that the true-up difference can be paid over time with no penalty.
We sincerely apologize for this inconvenience, and vow to improve our communications with our customers.