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Municipal UtilityMunicipal UtilityWebsite Provide Gas? Provide Water? Total Electricity Distributed KWH # of Customers MMWEC or ENE member? Residential Retail Rate (Supply aka Energy Charge)/ kwh Commercial Rate (all components)Low Income Rate What is the decision making structure? Elected or appointed board? Member of RET? Start date of RET membership Green Community Member?Payment in lieu of taxes payment Amount in Cash Reserve?Does town have a climate action or clean energy plan?Score Climate Action Plan - (Y=5,N=0)Muni Climate Goals? Score Muni Climate Goals - (Y=5,N=0)Does Muni have sustainability/renewable energy in mission statement? Date AccessedHave energy audit program? Free Audit Score - (Y=5, N=0)Through whom?Number of Rebates offered - (All=5, 2 Rebates=4, 1 Rebate=3, none=0)Adoption Rate %Score Adoption RATE Rebates Used Tracking Score - (5= tracked kWh, 3= tracked rebate usage and provided data, 1=data provided by ENE or MMWEC, not tracked by muni, 0= no data)KWH savedKWH saved / KWH sold % of KWH saved/sold scoreDate AccessedFree Audits?Weatherizing?Lighting?Energy Star Appliances?Heating and Cooling (HVAC, AirCon or Heat Pump) Smart Thermostat?Smart meters?Solar Rebates?Date AccessedPlan for Gas service for heating? Ramp up, down, stay same?# of MOR-EV rebates used Provided full information to MCAN? Transparency - (5 = provided in full when asked by MCAN
4 = confirmed information when pre-filled by MCAN
3 = answered partial information when individual departments called
2 = provided when asked by customer
1 = provided when FOIA or by ENE
0 = refused any and all)
2017 Contracts on WebsiteLight Board Meeting Times? Light Board Contact Information? Updated Minutes? Public Communications: 0,2, 3 or 5Date AccessedLast time surveyed customers? Last time had community forum with customers? Score Informing Customers - (Y=5,N=0)Date Accessed Installed MW of battery storage or planned storage Storage Connected to solar with RECS? Storage Connected to solar w/o RECs? Storage Score - (Y=5,N=0)How many times a year deploy? Plan for retirement of nuke or gas ownership/contracts Nuclear/Gas replacement Score (Y=5,N=0)Falsely Claiming "carbon free or renewable energy" Bonus Explicit About REC's Date AccessedDoes muni meet RPS - (Y=10,N=0)% Renewable (RPS 1)REC Retirement - (Y=10,N=0)% Non-Emitting total-ENE, or Muni provided% Emitting ENE or Muni providedN/A Emitting Score DPU % Non-Emitting total p.54,57DPU % Emitting, Pg. 54, 57DPU/MCAN Emitting Score KW renewable/customerRenewables per capita Total Renewables KW Front of the meter renewables total KWRenewable Siting sold outside of town Run of the river hydro siting (system capacity total)Landfill Gas siting kWWind siting KWSolar siting total KWFront of the Meter Solar Total KWUtility solar total KWCommunity solar KWBack of the Meter Solar TotalCommercial solar KWResidential Solar KWDate Accessed Dirty Generation in Town? Residential Policy Type (i.e., net billing, net metering, buy all sell all?)Eligible ResourcesApplicable SectorsLeasing AllowedAggregate Capacity Limit
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Source KeySelf-ReportedDPU annual returnMLP or MMWEC Website DEP MMWEC ENEDOER
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Ashburnham Municipal Light PlantAshburnhamhttp://amlp.orgnono32,469,4813,051MMWEC0.128$0.125005/kWhN/Areports to light board ElectedYes7/1/2009yes$67,825 (2017)$1,011,382 (2017)no0no0No9/10Yes residential 5MMWEC HELPS40refused said don't track 0refused010/5YesNoNoYesYesYesyesno9/25n/a 2no1noyesyesno3sept 21no no09/10/20183MW (in development 2018)refused to talkrefused to talk 5refused to talk no0none public 09/2500%0326884159101.36554165.2854028.5300004171.5254028.534028.530136.7550136.7559/1/2018nonet billingsolar, wind, hydroresidential and commercialNo residential- 146 kW, commercial- 110 kW, utility scale- 6,200 kW
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Belmont Municipal Light DepartmentBelmonthttp://www.belmontlight.comnono122,071,90111,267ENE0.08939$0.20015/kWh w/o demand meter, $0.15662/kWh w/ demand meter (demand meters installed for customers with 10,000 kWh or greater monthly energy peak)$0.13164/kWh < 1599 kWh, $0.16334/kWh > 1599 kWhreports to Light boardBOS = Light Board, elected Light Board Advisory Committee is Appointed non/a yes$650,000 (2017)$3,776,632 (2017)yes5Power Supply Policy5no7/16/2018Yes residential 5ENE51.23%4139318,7410.015%2Sept. 24YesYesYesYesYesNoYesNo7/16N/A124yes5yesnoyesyes5sept 212017 ( talked about energy efficiency and renewable energy) none57/16/2018N/AN/AN/A0N/AN/A5no- explicit 107/16/201809%1020804217960.17932021.35519.3200002021.35519.3219.32no - But has been discussion2002.035237.81764.2359/2/2018no?net billing? solar and windresidential and commercialNo no
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Boylston Municipal Light DepartmentBoylston https://www.boylston-ma.gov/light-departmentnono3,760,0802,254MMWEC0.1445$0.140/kWhN/Areports to Light boardElected non/a No$27,637 (2014), $15,000 (2017)$1,338,903 (2017)no0no0no9/10Yes residential 5MMWEC HELPS50.84%319112,1020.322%510/5YesYesnoYesYesNonono9/10N/A4no5nonoyesno3sept 21no no, meet with seniors 1 a year 09/10/2018, phone conversationnoN/A N/A 0N/A No0none public010/300%004258100.0562126.33500000126.335000126.3358.67117.6659/3/2018Front Street Diesel , 7.70 MW, Oil #2net meteringwind and solarresidential and commercialNo 217 kW (capacity cant exceed 3% of BMLD peak load)
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Braintree Electric Light DepartmentBraintreehttp://www.beld.netnono335,165,09916,411ENE0.06891$0.16412/kWh (up to 75kW/month), $0.12997/kWh +10.05/kW (75kW and above)N/Areports to Light boardYes (elected?)non/a No$1,765,000 (2014), $1,725,450 (2017)$15,000,000.00no0no0no7/19Yes residential 5BELD51.39%42283none provided07/18yesyesyesyes yesyesyesno7/16N/A57yes5noyesyesyes32017 (included EV's, renewable energy, carbon emissions)n/a 57/192MW/ 4.2 MWh (not completed)Noyes, solar is a PPA they don't own the REC's for 5up to 184  not in writing Yes to replace with renewables but hope nuclear will get recomissioned0yes, in conversation and in mailers07/1902%1024786237760.30434,993.731938.4400005291.953 kW1938.441938.44 kW03,055.292,942.08113.219/4/2018116 MW, Watson GasWind, Photovoltaics, Biomass, Hydroelectric, Fuel Cells, Combined Heat and Power (CHP), etcresidential and commercialNo no
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Chester Municipal Electric Light DepartmentChesterhttp://townofchester.net/municipal-electric-light/nono5,127,936691ENEunknownn/a n/a reports Light board3, electednon/a Yes$13,165 (2014), $0 (2017)
$642,956 (2017)
no0no0n/a 7/17Audits only 5ENE00.00%00000.000%07/19yes nonononononono 7/19N/A0yes5noyesyesyes3sept 21nevernever07/19no nono0noN/A5none public 07/1900%01188.92109020.054237.4780.0005998.7400037.478 kW 0.0000037.4785998.74 (sold outside of town)37.4789/5/2018noNet Meteringsolarresidential and commercialcustomer can lease solar, can't sell it to third party 1% of 2011 peak demand of 1.142 KW
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Chicopee Electric Light DepartmentChicopee http://www.celd.comnono449,828,94025,809MMWEC0.073$0.14078/kWhChicopee Community Caring Fundreports to Light boardAppointed by Mayor non/a Yes$740,000 (2017)1,306,812.61 (2017)no0CELD's policy of 35% DSM etc by 20255no9/13/2018yes5MMWEC HELPS50.77%319951,429,3810.318%510/5yesyesyesYesyesYesyesyes 9/25/2018N/A33No4nonoyesyes3sept 21nonenone09/13N/AN/AN/A0N/ANo0none public 09/2500%0059500.809520,879.3519,456.000.0007856013023.3511,600.0011,600.0001423.351315.6107.759/6/2018Front Street Diesel 7.7 MW Oil #2 (1% load), 2400 kw big Hydro? Net metering solar residential and commercialYes, but no PPA's Yes, residential is 1,000 KW, total is 3,000 KW
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Concord Municipal Light PlantConcord http://www.concordnet.org/464/Municipal-Light-Plantnono164,278,1888,289ENE0.07418G-2: $0.12576/kWh + 10.85/kW Demand Charge + $33/month (Phase 1 Meter) or $60/month (Phase 3 Meter)$0.05548 < 600 kwh Residential Assistance Discount Ratereports to Town Managerappointed by Town Managernon/a Yes$380,000 (2014), $474,000 (2017)$8,329,103.1 (2014), $13,443,828.18 (2017)Yes EFTF report 5Yes Memo Here, plus strategic plan5n/a 9/10/2018Yes 5ENE, MassSave for gas customers51.16%496336,164.000.022%224 Sept. YesYesYesYesYestown onlynoyes 24 Sept. N/A118no3yesyesyes5sept 212017not sure, but customers are encouraged to attended monthly LB meetings59/17Yes, in strategic plan N/AN/A5N/Anone in writing 0no, explicit in REC memo 109/17/201807%1015854148641.307510,836.767,609.980.0000011,124.937,609.987,609.9803226.779878.332,348.45September 2018net meteringresidential only (commercial allowed but not included in this policy) no
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Danvers Electric DivisionDanvers https://www.danversma.gov/departments/electric-department/noyes300,249,54913,420ENE0.094Small Commercial: $0.0860/kWh, Large Commercial: $0.0340/kWh+$210(Monthly charge)+$8.75/kWh demand(demand charge)N/Areports to Town ManagerAppointednon/a No$809,135 (2014), $776,874 (2017) $4,447,371 (2017) No0no0No8/31Yes5Danvers Electric/ENE40.95%312830.000%0Free for residential, half price for C & I NoNoYesYesNoyes (smart grid)no9/18N/A22yes5nonoyes3sept 21NoneNone08/31N/AN/AN/A0N/Ano0none public 012/4/201800%05051105050100.31934,284.021,774.0000004,284 KW1,774.001,774.0002,510.022,203.00307.018September 2018Net MeteringSolarAnyno
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Georgetown Municipal Light DepartmentGeorgetown https://www.georgetownma.gov/georgetown-municipal-light-departmentNoNo45,841,6233,471ENEunknownreports to Light commissionElectednon/a No$47,356 (2014), $45,489.02 (2017)$49,994.85 (2017)no0no0n/a 11/6/2018Yes5ENE/Georgetown MLD30.00%00000.000%010/25YesNoNoYesNoYesNoNo9/18n/a6no1nonoyes3sept 21nonenone011/6/18N/AN/AN/A0N/Ano0none public 011/5/201800%0356510326880.014048.470.00000048.468 kW00048.468048.468September 2018
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Gosnold Electric Light CompanyGosnoldhttp://dukescounty.org/Pages/DukesCountyMA_Gosnold/GosnoldMA_Electric/indexINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINC10INCINC10#VALUE!INC#VALUE!INCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINCINC
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Groton Electric Light DepartmentGroton http://www.grotonelectric.orgNoNo69,898,2664,716MMWEC0.07$.165/kwh Noreports to Light BoardElectednon/a No$32,000 (2017)$51,904 (2017)no 0no 0no 9/10Yes5MMWEC HELPS30.08%043none provided0YesNoReducedNo0% loan or max $500 rebate w/o loan as of 2017 through GELDNoNoNo9/18n/a18no3noyesyes3sept 212017, asked about renewable energy manager is on chat line 59/10N/AN/AN/A0N/Ano 0yes in customer letter online012/4/201800%06436.510277360.67343,172.042,932.6500003,173.05 kW2,932.652,932.650239.3912227.39September 2018noNet metering solarresidential, farm no
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Groveland Electric DepartmentGroveland https://www.grovelandma.com/electric-departmentNoNo34,331,5992,949ENEunknownnoreports to Light CommissionElectednon/a No$35,000 (2016)depreciation reserve 5,092,000, $619,200.90 (2016 report)no 0no 0no 9/10No0N/A00.00%00000.000%0NoNoNo NoNo NoNoNo9/18n/a6yes5nonoyes3sept 21no no09/10N/AN/AN/A0N/AN/A5no claim09/10/201803%101485.74138721.27553,760.263,659.2600003,751.607 kW3,659.263,659.2601011091September 2018solar, wind residential, commercialyes 2% GMLD's annual peak load
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Hingham Municipal Lighting PlantHingham https://www.hmlp.comNoNo195,840,55010,283ENE0.10756No reports to light BoardElectednon/a No$490,000 (2017) $7,338,005 (2017)no0no0no9/25Yes5ENE41.40%4144123,3500.012%224 Sept. YesNo?No?YesYesNoNoNo9/18N/A38No1yesyesnoyes5sept 21nono09/23N/AN/AN/A0N/Ano0no-explicit in press release 1012/4/201807%101000.00%101000100.0552570.5032.940000570.5 kW32.9432.940 kW0537.56116.28421.28September 2018solar, wind, biomassYes customer can, but not to other customer
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Holden Municipal Light DepartmentHolden http://www.holdenma.gov/light-departmentnono104,809,9047,944MMWEC0.14727No reports to Town ManagerElectedyes9/1/2009No$171,479 (2014), $179,108 (2017)$797,925 (2017)no0no0no10/18Yes5MMWEC HELPS51.42%4113128,5280.027%210/5YesYesYesYesYesNo No9/18N/A16no1nononono0sept 21nono09/23N/AN/AN/A0N/Ano0none public 012/4/201800%004951100.0932738.51192.59738.513 kW000738.513 kW192.59192.59 kW0545.9225.96519.963September 2018Net Billingsolar, wind, hydro, fuel cellyes but no ppa
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Holyoke Gas & Electric DepartmentHolyoke http://www.hged.comyesno355,361,14217,578MMWEC0.106970-3000 kWh $0.11550/kWh, 3001-12,000 kWh $0.11025/kWhN/A (10% discount on current bill if paid in full within 15 days of bill date)reports to Light CommissionAppointedyes8/10/2009Yes$1,058,320 (2014), $1,080,530 (2017)$10,955,929 (2017)yes5no0yes10/18yes5MMMWEC HELPS (Energy Audit), HGED (Residential Energy Conservation Program)30.64%2113512,2430.003%010/5yesnoyesyesnoNoyesNo9/18yes, established gas heating service27no4yesyesno5sept 21spring 2016N/A59/20N/AN/AN/A0N/Ano0yes partially in annual report don't explain 012/4/201802%108217.55106832104.768583,805.9882,762.67062,176.400017,653.6720,586.2713,113.097473.181043.311000.6142.7September 2018net meteringPhotovoltaics, Wind, Hydroelectric, Biomass, Fuel Cells, Combined Heat and Power (CHP), and Municipal Solid Wasteresidential, commercial, industrialYes, Community solar programN/A
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Hudson Light & Power DepartmentHudson http://www.hudsonlight.comNoNo222,849,87113,093ENE0.082$9.01 for first 10 kWh then $0.0539/ kWhN/A reports to Light BoardElectednon/a Hudson is not, Stow is $698,649 (2017), $288,607.98 (2017 appropriation of surplus)8075334, $8,491,282.80 (2017 report)no0no0Yes (environmentally friendly)9/10Yes5ENE/Hudson LP40refused said don't track0refused0YesNodiscountsYesYesNo?yesYes9/18n/a62no3noyesyes3sept 21nonenone09/10N/AN/AN/A0N/Ano 0yes, in town report 09/24/201800%08218.40108218100.47446,209.605,829.1200006,209.6 kW5,829.125,829.120380.48168.61211.87September 2018Stow oil generation net billingsolar, wind, auxilery20 KW
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Hull Municipal Light PlantHull http://www.town.hull.ma.us/Public_Documents/HullMA_Light/lightnono51,311,1396,179MMWECunknownno reports to town manager/ is town managernon/a Nono0no0no10/18Yes5MMWEC HELPS50.34%12117,7670.015%210/5YesYesYesYesYesNo9/18n/a12no1nononono0sept 21nono09/23N/AN/AN/A0N/Aincomplete0none public 012/4/201800%04159104159100.43442,679.082,460.000002,460219.076000219.0760219.076September 2018noany renewableyes but no ppa
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Ipswich Electric Light DepartmentIpswich https://www.ipswichma.gov/369/Electricnono109,510,9797,140MMWECunknown$0.1531/kWhno reports to MLP Board and Town ManagerHybrid non/a No$380,918 (2017)Rate Stabilization (Restricted) $805,144, Sustainability (Restricted) $528,881, O&M (Unrestricted) $598,907Yes5No0yes8/15Yes5MMWEC HELPS51.01%4723102,2940.093%410/5YesYesnoYesYesYesnoYes 9/18N/A29yes5noyesyes3sept 21Feb. 2018N/A58/15N/AN/AN/A0N/ANo0yes in budget report 08/16/201800%024766247660.24231,729.6033.600003,600 kW1,737.3533.633.601,696.001,049.69646.33September 2018Diesel peaker, 9.5 MW Oil #2Billing and crediting?Solar, Wind, Hyrdo, CH&P
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Littleton Electric Light & Water DepartmentLittleton http://www.lelwd.comnoyes273,012,2997,151ENEunknownnon/a Yes$796,598 (2014) $672,555 (2017)$1,656,805 (2017)No0No0no9/14Yes5ENE/Littleton ELWD51.94%5139118,5220.007%0YesOnly to electric heat customers DiscountedYesYesYesNo9/18N/A44no1noyesno3sept 21nono09/25N/AN/AN/A0N/Ano0none public 012/4/201800%0991.50289220.95956,860.925,195.6600006860.9175195.665016.44179.2151665.261409.81255.452September 2018storage,1% of LELD peak load
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Mansfield Municipal Electric DepartmentMansfield https://www.mansfieldelectric.comnono201,281,8769,895Both0.0367$0.1544/kWhMansfield Community Assistance Fundreports to Board of selectmanelected and made up of selectmennon/a No$505,000 (2014), $649,424 (2017)$16M ($12M must be maintained for operating budget, the rest is given back to the customer)no0no0no8/9Yes5ENE/Mansfield MELD34.58%5453362,9200.031%3YesNoNoYesNoNonono9/18N/A25yes5noyesyesyes3sept 24N/A- considering survey for possible community owned solar installationN/A- no offcial forum but residents are very active about showing up to meetings and there is a Energy Conservation Luncheon every year08/9N/AN/AN/A0N/Anot until contracts expire0no08/9/201800%06832.00104654100.46244,567.001,961.0000004,5671,9611,96102,6062,414192September 2018Mansfield Generator, 2.5 MW, Gasnet meteringsolar, wind, etc.residential, C&I, agriculturalnono
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Marblehead Municipal Light DepartmentMarblehead http://www.marbleheadelectric.comnono100,804,59610,943MMWEC0.14small= $0.15, large= $0.11 +kw nonereports to Elected Commission5 Elected commissionersnon/a No$330,000 (2014), $330,000 (2017)$4,217,578.14 (2017)no0no0no9/25Yes5MMWEC HELPS40.56%261118,7580.019%210/5YesNoYesYesYesYes, recieved federal grant from ARRA for $1.35M to install smart meters in 10,500 customer homes (2009)No9/18N/A43no1noyesno3sept 24nono09/24N/AN/AN/A0N/Ano0Yes at town meeting and to Sust. Marblehead 06/23/201800%00346680.0352380.0926.160000380.08826.1626.16, school?0353.92891.26262.668September 2018Wilkins Station, 5 MW Oil #2solar, wind, co-generationresidentialno?none?
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Merrimac Municipal Light DepartmentMerrimac http://www.merrimac01860.info/249/Light-Departmentnono27,201,2622,997ENE0.090.0952 + PPA (+ standard extra charge)nonereports to Light BoardElectednon/a Yes, 2019$28,023 (2014), $33,112.43 (2017)$1,304,817.28 (2017)no0no0no10/18Yes5ENE/ Merrimac32.47%5741111510.041%3Cost money? NoNo?YesNoYesNo8/16N/A2no1noyesyes39/25nono09/25N/AN/AN/A0N/AN/A5yes in annual report012/4/201802%101684.504148640.59941,793.801,767.9200001,793.801,767.921,767.92025.88025.88September 2018Waters River Jet 1, 2, 2015A under construction 125.77 MW, Nat Gas/ Oil Net meteringsolar pv, wind, micro-turbine (heat recovery)residential only, owner occupied, single family or duplex10% maximum fault current
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Middleborough Gas & Electric DepartmentMiddleborough https://www.mged.comyesno269,353,98616,747ENE0.093$0.153/kWh$0.137/kWh (Elderly rate)reports to Board of Gas and Electric commissionersElected non/a Yes$775,000 (2016), $753,466 (2017)$23,563,789 (2016), $23,946,079 (2017)no0no0no10/18Yes5ENE40.62%21043240920.009%0YesYesNo?YesNoYesyesyes8/16no21no3noyesyes39/252017n/a59/13N/AN/AN/A0N/Ano0yes08/16/201800%0703010277360.56449,440.765,851.450.000009,440.765,851.455,577.69273.763,589.322,986.85602.465September 201898,500 kw trash inceneratornet meteringsolar commercial and residentialonly in community solar n/a
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Middleton Electric Light DepartmentMiddleton http://www.middletonlight.orgnono95,578,0083,782ENE0.041$0.1553/kWhN/Areports to light boardElected non/a No$97,000 (2014), $204,000 (2017)$2,193,900 (2017)no0No0N/A10/18Yes5ENE/Middleton00.00%00000.000%0Yes NoNonoNoNoNoNo8/16N/A12no1yesyes - times accessible but location buried on town websitenono59/25nono09/24N/AN/AN/A0N/ANo0yes012/5/201800%04654.30104456100.0402152.140.000000152.13500?5,997 KW (planned, not operational)152.1435.7116.435September 2018
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North Attleborough Electric DepartmentNorth http://www.naelectric.comnono218,788,30513,333ENE0.03966small = $0.15199$0.12202 kwhreports to Board of CommissionersElected non/a No$300,000 (2017)12,844,070.28 (2017)no0no0No10/18Yes Residential5ENE43.62%54831693040.032%324 SeptYes Yes max $500 a yearYes 50%YesNo?Yes- $25No8/16N/A16no1nonoyes39/25March 2018n/a59/25N/AN/AN/A0N/ANo0none public 012/5/201800%031698336780.10021,328.260.0000001328.6610001,328.261,248.4480.221September 2018"Net metering"solar, wind, fuel cell, hydroyes3% of historic peak load
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Norwood Municipal Light DepartmentNorwood http://www.norwoodlight.com/electricnoyes315,245,00015,818ENEunknownreports to Board of selectmenElected non/a No$1,100,000 (2016)$0 (2016)no00n/a 10/18Yes5ENE31.44%42271295180.009%0YesNoYesYesNoNoNo8/16N/A18no1nonoyes39/25nono09/25N/AN/AN/A0N/AN/A5none public 012/5/201800%0595.2049600.0130208.150.000000208.15000208.15175.7632.255September 2018
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Paxton Municipal Light DepartmentPaxton https://www.paxtonlight.comnono22,650,3011,962MMWEC0.12062n/a reports to board of commissionerselectednon/a No$0 (2014), $0 (2017) 756714 (2017)no0no0N/a10/18Yes5MMWEC HELPS41.02%42017,9070.035%310/5YesNoYes reduced YesNoNoNoNo8/16N/A3no1nonoyes39/25nono09/25N/AN/AN/A0N/ANo0none public 012/5/201800%005446100.042281.950.00000081.95400081.954081.954September 2018Net Billing? wind, solar, biomass, hydro, fuel cells, waste
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Peabody Municipal Light PlantPeabody http://www.pmlp.comnono483,823,33426,113MMWEC0.166$0.1980 per KWH for first 500 KWH per month
$0.1530 per KWH for next 2500 KWH per month
$0.1045 per KWH for all excess KWH per month
n/a reports to CommissionElectednon/a No$495,000 (2014), $510,000 (2017)$4,408,864.6 (2017) no0no0no10/18Yes5MMWEC HELPS40.49%11281115,0770.024%210/5YesNoYesYesYesYesNoNo8/16N/A18no1noyesyes39/25nono09/25N/AN/AN/A0N/ANo0none public012/5/201800%00336780.04921,267.990.0000001,268 kW?01267.991086.78181.219September 2018Net MeteringYes but not to 3rd party, no ppa's type 1: .5% annual peak load hour= 650kW type 2: 1% annual peak load hour 1300kW
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Princeton Municipal Light DepartmentPrinceton http://www.town.princeton.ma.us/Pages/PrincetonMA_Light/indexnono13,878,4001,472MMWEC0.2475N/AN/A reports to CommissionElectednon/a No$0, provides other services to town$826K, reserve was depleted in 2008 Ice StormNo, Environmental Action
Committee is in the process of developing one to present to the selectboard.
0no0Yes8/14Yes5MMWEC HELPS51.83%527310,2040.074%410/5YesYesNoYesYesYesNoNo8/16N/A1yes5noyesyesyes39/25EAC survey, waiting on resultsN/A58/14N/AN/AN/A0N/AN/A5N/A012/5/201800%00100.000109020.1123164.280.003,000003,000 kw 164.279000164.27911.04153.239September 2018net billingresidential and C&Ino1% of total load (2013), currently at 1.9% solar penetration
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Reading Municipal Light DepartmentReading https://www.rmld.comnono658,605,48829,998ENE0.06711Remove fixed $5 charge reports to Chairman of MLBElectednon/a No$2,205,957 (2014) $2,402,219 (2017)$33,849,240 (2017) yes 5no0No10/18Yes5Reading MLD34.77%5143211904260.029%2YesNoYesYesNoNo?NoNo8/16N/A68No1noyes, but hiddenyes39/25nono09/255 MW (planned) 5No0none public 012/4/201803%102773.106237760.06822,051.420.0000002051.24200?2,500 KW (planned?) 2051.421561.42489.822September 2018solar, wind
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Rowley Municipal Lighting PlantRowley http://www.rowleylight.com/common/index.php?com=LIGHT&div=AA&nav=AA&page=A91nono41,470,0483,021ENEunknownreports to Light boardElectednon/a No$34,978 (2014), $30,217.95 (2017)$87,583.75 (2017)No0No0No9/10/2018Yes5ENE/Rowley MLP31.52%546160490.015%2YesNoNoYesNoYesNoNo9/17/2018N/A3no3noyes, but buried on siteyes39/25nono09/25N/AN/AN/A0N/AN/A5none public 012/4/201800%0990.60299120.2513757.23646.380000757.225646.38646.380110.8450110.845September 2018net meteringsolar pv, wind, micro turbine (heat recovery) residential or commercial 2% peak load
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Russell Municipal Light DepartmentRussell http://www.townofrussell.us/ElectricHome.htmlnono4,667,029462MMWEC0.09N/Areports to Light boardElectedyes10/1/2009No0, in kind payments 448112.68 (2017) No0no0no9/6/2018Yes5MMWEC HELPS50.87%3437180.015%210/5/2018YesYesNoYesYesnoNoNo9/6/2018N/A0Yes5 nonoyes39/25neverno09/6/2018N/AN/AN/A0N/AN/A5no claim09/6/201800%0089220.076235.222.226,770.44Woronoco Hydro 3.7MW, Indian River Hydro 1.5MW, Texon Hydro 1.5MW = 6700 KW 0035.222.222.22033033September 2018NoNet metering solar residentialn/a
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Shrewsbury Electric and Cable OperationsShrewsburyhttp://www.selco.shrewsburyma.govnono273,481,96416,140MMWEC0.07655N/Areports to CommissionAppointednon/a No $237,569 (2016), $240,936 (2017) $7,165,321 (2017),no0no0N/A9/18/2018Yes5MMWEC HELPS51.26%42033255,7120.094%410/5YesYesNoYesYesYesNoNo8/16N/A51Yes5nonoyes39/252017, did not ask about renewables or GHG none09/17N/AN/AN/A0N/ANo0yes 09/18/201801%104555.4010237760.24934,026.403,421.440.000004,036.403,421.443,421.444,226.4 KW (planned not operational) 604.964126.6478.364September 2018Shrewsbury Generator, Diesel Generator, 16.15 MW, Gas/ Oil #2Net meteringSolar Residential only? Nono?
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South Hadley Electric Light DepartmentSouth Hadleyhttps://www.sheld.orgnono109,872,5398,063MMWEC0.08929reports to Light boardElectednon/a No$133,652 (2014), $149,636 (2017)$3,024,569 (2014) $2,444,321 (2017)no0no0no10/18Yes5MMWEC HELPS50.79%3641527,8600.480%510/5YesYesYesYesYesNo8/16N/A33No2noyesyes39/25nono09/24N/AN/AN/A0N/ANo0none public012/4/201800%08614.00108614100.0512411.330.000000411.333000411.3385.54325.793September 2018Solar PVResidential/ Commercialyes?Residential Cap 570 kW Commercial Cap – 855 kW
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Sterling Municipal Light DepartmentSterling http://www.energysterling.comnono56,134,8853,823MMWEC0.1246small commercial = .1588noreports to Light boardElectednon/a No$44,000 (2014), $0 (2017)$651,470 (2014) $471,098 (2017)no0no0no10/18Yes5MMWEC HELPS50refused0refused010/5YesNoNoYesYesYesNo8/16N/A11no1noyesnoyes39/25nono09/252 MW, 1 MW in 2018 n/a1 MW for 2018 Comm. Solar 5No0yes on website 08/27/201800%004555101.01153,863.802,394.750.000003,863.792,394.752,394.751,396 kW (not operational to date)1,469.051,240.35228.70September 2018Residential and Commercial420 KW
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Taunton Municipal Lighting PlantTaunton http://www.tmlp.com/#&panel1-1nono669,269,28337,891ENE0.05127rate 37 general C & I, $0.07793/KWH + 17.24/KW demand charge Yes for people on SSI, wave monthly fixed charge reports to CommissionElectednon/a No$2,900,000 (2016)28,824,387.91 (2016 - p.14 total) no0no0n/a 10/20Yes5Taunton MLP/ENE 41.14%44333824310.012%224 Sept. YesYesNo?YesNoYes?Yes $1.50/ W, up to $4,5009/17/2018N/A24no1nonoyes39/25nono09/251.5 MW (planned)N/AYes 1.5 MW community solar project?5N/ANo0yes in annual report 012/4/201800%01090.40269400.21238,036.961,900.000.000190006,136.950006,136.965,135.931,001.03September 2018Cleary Flood oil and gas Net meteringSolarresidential and commercial Nonone
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Templeton Municipal Light & Water PlantTempleton http://www.templetonlight.comnoyes58,019,9703,553MMWEC0.0477Medium C&I: .0912/KWH plus demand charge plus fixed charge $6 N/A reports to CommissionElectedyes6/1/2009No$82,066 (2017)$501,297 (2017)no0no0No10/18Yes5MMWEC HELPS50.59%22117,4980.013%210/5YesYesnoYesYesNonono9/18/2018N/A6no1nononoyes39/25nono09/25N/AN/AN/A0N/ANo0yes on website 012/4/201800%004852101.83456,516.606,340.000.00001,6504,690.223,0503,0500176.5970176.597September 2018nonet meteringsolar, wind, small hydro, fuel cells and CHP (on a case by case basis)residentialnoN/A
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Wakefield Municipal Gas and Light DepartmentWakefield http://www.wmgld.comYes No181,296,89912,797MMWECunknown$0.1426/kWh (2016)Heating Assistance Programreports to Board of commissionersElectednon/a No$857,500 (2016), $871,487 (2017)$2,242,642 (2016), $4,070,071 (2017)no0goals not specific enough to climate/ghg 0no9/18/2018Residential only5MMWEC HELPS51.72%52203none provided09/18/2018YesYesyes- customers also get 2 free LED bulbs for switching to paper-free billingYesNoyesnoNo9/18/2018stay the same 46yes5nonoyesyes39/25nono09/253 MW (planned) nono5approx. 32no, hope will be recomissioned0none public012/4/201800%003565100.11231,432.590.000.000001,432.590001,432.591,411.2021.39September 2018Wakefield Generator 5 MW, GasNet Meteringsolar, wind, small hydro, fuel cells and CHP (on a case by case basis)Residential and C&IYes, but no PPAn/a
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Wellesley Municipal Light PlantWellesley https://wellesleyma.gov/228/Municipal-Light-Plantnono234,745,54710,109ENE0.08318SGS-1: Summer Months $0.10759/kWh
Winter Months $0.08746/kWh, LGS-1: $0.05830/kWh + Summer Months $11.76/kW
Other Months $8.36/kW
$.08318/kWh (up to 400 kWh)reports to light boardHybrid non/a Yes$1,000,000 (2014)Unrestricted: $5,584,000, Restricted: $5,836,000ghg reduction 25% by 2020 but no plan 0working on new ghg reductions goal for 2030 but nothing in writing 0yes9/6Yes5ENE/Wellesley or National Grid for gas customers40refused said don't track 0refused0Yesno, unless Nat Grid Yes-free YesYesYesnoNo?9/19/2018N/A118yes5nonoyes39/25201720185Yes 2-5 MWN/AN/A5N/ANo0yes in email and ENE report09/14/201803%101089.702118920.0872881.2042.960000900.69942.9642.960838.239149.56688.679September 2018Net Meteringnone specifiedresidential and commercialnoN/A
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West Boylston Municipal Light PlantWest Boylstonhttp://www.wbmlp.orgNoNo55,358,9363,682MMWEC0.1238Large commercial: $.1265/kwh + 16.67 fixed charge, + demand charge per KWn/a reports to Board of commissionersElectednon/a Yes$0$4,927,612 2017, DPU p. 14 Would use Energy Reserve Restricted $3,665,423.31 for REC'sno0no0no8/16Yes5MMWEC HELPS51.14%442310,8090.020%210/5YesYesNoYesYesYesNoNo 9/18/2018N/A6yes5yesnoyes5Sept 242003no5128 KW (planned) N/AConnected to solar on Paull Tivnan Drive (370 KW)5Daily or more not in writing0yes on website 09/5/201800%05050.40105050100.67442,481.432,431.683,500.003,500.000.000.002,481.432,431.68369.602,062.0849.750.0049.75September 2018no?Net Meteringsolar, wind, fuel cell, hydroelectricsolar, wind, fuel cell, hydroelectricnone currently but may at any time implement one
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Westfield Gas and Electric DepartmentWestfield https://www.wgeld.orgyesno36,621,30017,987ENEunknowngeneral commercial: .0622 + variable = kwh, fixed charge $75 n/a refer to payment assistance only reports to Light boardElected non/a Yes$440,000 (2016) $561,498 (2017)$45,896,429 2017no0no0n/a 10/18Yes5Westfield GELD/MassSave50refused0refused011/5YesYesYes YesYesYesnono11/5/2018N/A24no1noyesyes3Sept 24N/AN/A09/24N/AN/AN/A0N/Ano0none public09/6/201800%04555.30104456100.32235,789.825,028.97480048005,309.824,548.974,548.970760.85603.04157.81September 2018Buy All Sell AllSolarResidential and commercial? No, nor PPA's none
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