Pike County Light & Power

Pike County Light & Power Company (PCLP or Pike), located in Northeastern Pike County, Pennsylvania, was officially incorporated as a subsidiary of Orange County Public Service Company of Port Jervis, NY on May 17th, 1910 by Thomas Watts of Middletown, NY, David H. Thomas of Catasaque, PA, William A. Parshall, Herbert Senger, and David R. Thomas, all of Port Jervis, NY. Each man became a director of the corporation and owned 2 shares valued at $50 each, except for David R. Thomas who owned 92 shares. Capital raised for the start-up was $5000.

Over time, the company began to grow rapidly and merged with several other small gas and electric companies. PCLP itself became a subsidiary of Orange & Rockland (parent company Con Edison) before falling under ownership of Corning Natural Gas Holding Corporation (CNGHC) in 2016. CNGHC, once a publicly traded company, was acquired by a private investment firm, Argo Infrastructure Partners on July 6th, 2022. The holding company name was changed in August of 2022 to Corning Energy Corporation (CEC).

As a subsidiary of CEC, PCLP delivers electricity to approximately 5,200 customers in Milford Borough, Milford Township, Westfall Township, Matamoras Borough, Millrift, Pond Eddy, and a small northeast section of Dingman Township. PCLP also delivers natural gas to nearly 1,400 customers in Matamoras Borough and a small section of Westfall Township.

Pike currently has over 100 miles of overhead electric distribution lines, 40 miles of underground electric distribution lines, and 19 miles of gas pipeline. The company is implementing expansion plans for both our gas and electric service in the area. Call or email us today to see if we can serve you!

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Miles of Overhead Electric Distribution Lines


Miles of Underground Electric Distribution Lines