MMED Receives Recognition for Exceptional System Reliability in 2015
Mansfield Municipal Electric Department (MMED) has received national recognition for achieving exceptional electric reliability in 2015. The recognition comes from the
Electric Meter Upgrade Project Continues
Just a reminder that Mansfield Municipal Electric Department personnel have an ongoing project to replace residential electric meters with upgraded meters. The replacements will be capable of being read by radio and will no longer require a meter reader to enter your property to get a reading.
The meter change-out will take less than five minutes to complete and you do not need to be home. Should you have any questions
If you are having trouble paying your electric bill due to financial hardship, please don’t wait until the situation becomes overwhelming. Call Mansfield Electric at 508-261-7361 and ask for Larry Wells at extension 60306 to discuss the possibility of setting up a payment plan that will allow you to keep current on your payments.
Even though spring is here, Mansfield Municipal Electric Department (MMED) continues to encourage those in temporary crisis to apply for energy assistance through the Massachusetts Good Neighbor Energy Fund by visiting their local Salvation Army Corps Community Center.
“As a Fund sponsor, we understand that the need does not end with the cold weather. Households
125 High Street; Unit # 2
Mansfield, MA 02048
|AFTER HOURS OUTAGES|
Call 508-261-7300 to reach Mansfield Police Dispatch, they will notify the on-call Lineman.
|Monday||8am - 4pm|
|Tuesday||8am - 4pm|
|Wednesday||8am - 8pm|
|Thursday||8am - 4pm|
|Friday||8am - 12pm|
|Mon - Fri||6am - 2pm|
Net Metering Update
MMED offers a Net Metering rate for commercial customers with solar installations until the total capacity of all the installations reaches 2% of MMED's system peak demand. As of June 1, 2014 that capacity has been reached and MMED cannot offer additional net metering for commercial customers unless the Board of Light Commissioners formally raises that cap. If you have any questions, please contact Chris Cox at 508-261-7361.