An extensive infrastructure powered by affordable utilities
Clarion County, Pennsylvania is extensively well-served by utilities companies who not only have the capacity growing businesses need — but who also offer rates that are remarkably affordable. No matter what type of business you’re operating, from a manufacturing facility with a large load, to a logistics and distribution center with 24-hour operations, to a startup that’s watching every penny, doing business in Clarion County helps you control production and operational costs.
Clarion County is served by a variety of utility providers who have plenty of capacity for new and expanding businesses, along with a partnership approach and attitude that focuses on their customers’ needs.
Pennsylvania American Water
Our county’s water system has 2.4 million gallons/day of excess water capacity and 3.5 million gallons/day of excess wastewater capacity.
Central Electric Coop
The current all-time peak demand has been 65 megawatts, but the co-op is eager to discuss the needs of large-load customers.
FirstEnergy provides redundant service to all commercial and industrial customers, with loop service available in Clarion County’s business parks.
National Fuel uses 4” and 6” plastic mains to deliver up to 50 psi to our county’s business parks.
CenturyLink offers capacity from 50 Mbps to 1 Gbps with redundant fiber available in some business parks.
Capacity of up to 1 Gbps is available, with redundant fiber in some business parks.
Kinber Broadband Network
Kinber offers capacity from 1 to 100 Gbps with redundant fiber available in some business parks.
Capacity of up to 940 Mbps is available, with redundant fiber in some business parks.