Mansfield voters founded the Mansfield Municipal Electric Department in June 1903 because they believed that electric service works best for all customers when it is locally owned and controlled. Thanks to the foresight of those early citizens, our town still enjoys the benefits of our town municipal utility.
Because the people of Mansfield – not out-of-town investors – own MMED, all utility benefits flow back to our
There is just one rule for how to treat power lines as you work and play outdoors: STAY AWAY.
Look up if you’re carrying a tall object like a ladder, and make sure any work you do is well clear of any overhead lines. Tell children to never climb a tree that has a power line running through or near it.
If you see a downed line, don’t touch it or go near it. Always assume that a downed line is a live electrical line. You
• When you’re home, set your air conditioner’s thermostat at 78 degrees or a medium setting, and turn it to 85 when you’re away. Resist the urge
to set it below 78 when you return – it won’t cool your home faster, and will just make your system run longer.
• Consider installing window fans, ceiling fans or whole-house fans. They can keep you comfortable while using much less power than
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 unless the Board of Light Commissioners formally raises that cap. If you have any questions, please contact Gary Babin at 508-261-7361.
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|