The Holland Board of Public Works is a municipal utility in Holland, Michigan It provides electrical power, drinking water, and wastewater treatment. Its service area includes the city of Holland and parts of Park Township, Holland Charter Township, Fillmore Township and Laketown Township. Electrical production began in 1893. The current power plant, the James DeYoung, consists of three active units. Units 3, 4 and 5 range in capacity from 11 to 29.5 megawatts. They have a combined capacity of 60 megawatts. Units 1 and 2 are no longer in service. Coal delivered by boat is the plants fuel source.