Is there an app for PPL electric?

7, 2014 /PRNewswire Click this link will open a new page in another tab./ — PPL Corporation (NYSE: PPL) announced the release Tuesday (10/7) of its investor relations app for iPhone, iPad and Android mobile devices, now available for free at Apple’s App Store for iPhone and iPad and at Google Play for Android mobile …

What does PPL Corp stand for?

Pennsylvania Power & Light
PPL, originally called Pennsylvania Power & Light, was formed on June 4, 1920, when eight utilities merged into one. The company, which had 62 power plants, became a model for the mergers and consolidations that occurred throughout the electric utility industry during the 1920s.

How do I report a power outage near me?

Call LADWP and report your outage at 1-800-DIAL DWP (1-800-342-5397).

Where can you pay a PPL bill?

To make a PPL Electric bill payment, call 1-800-672-2413 (PPL uses BillMatrix, a $2.95 service fee will be charged), or: Cash: at an authorized pay center. Bank Account (Checking/Savings): online, at your bank (check with your bank first)

How bad are power outages?

Freeze containers of water and gel packs to help keep your food at 40°F or below.

  • Have a cooler and frozen gel packs handy in case you have to remove your food from the refrigerator to keep it cold.
  • Buy dry ice or block ice to keep your food cold in the refrigerator,if you think the power will be out for a long time.
  • What are the causes of power outages?

    Storms: Wind,heat,ice and snow are the most common causes of widespread power outages.

  • Trees: During high winds,or trimming by an untrained professional,limbs can come into contact with power lines and cause interruptions.
  • Vehicles: A vehicle collision with a utility pole can cause a power outage.
  • How to find out about power outages?

    Enter your address in the search box.

  • Select the “City/County Search” toggle and enter a city or county in the search box.
  • Pan around the map.
  • Are power outages bad for your computer?

    While power outages won’t tear through a computer as a power surge will, they can still do damage. As such, if you want to take care of your data’s health, it’s a good idea to invest in some anti-outage precautions. For protection against power outages, you need an uninterruptible power supply.