West Boylston Municipal Light Plant - Your Electric Light Dept.
For over a century, West Boylston Municipal Light Plant (WBMLP) has provided citizens and businesses of West Boylston, MA with dependable electric power. WBMLP is a "municipal light plant". And that gives our town lots of benefits that towns who get power from the big companies do not:
- Better dependability, reliability and economy.
- WBMLP is owned by the citizens of West Boylston.
- We negotiate and buy longterm power supplies from a diverse, balanced range of resources. And this means better rates for customers' homes and businesses.
- We can get there quicker. If the power ever goes out, our crews are right here in town, and can reach problems in minutes instead of hours.
NEWS + UPDATES
THE 2018 REBATES & INCENTIVES ARE HERE
DETAILS ABOUT OUR FLYWHEEL ENERGY GRANT
West Boylston Municipal Light Plant has been awarded a $243k grant. It covers 50% of our proposed $486,000 “Amber Kinetics” Flywheel Energy Storage Project.Get Answers about this Project and View a Video here.
JOIN OUR SOLAR WAITLIST
The Community Shared Solar Project is fully subscribed. Sign up for our Wait List here. Learn more. Sign up here.
PROTECTING OUR ENVIRONMENT
Concerned Customers ASK:
"Where does my electricity come from?"
“Is it low impact and easy on our environment?"
“Is our energy clean or renewable?”
WBMLP's Energy Supply already contains a substantial amount of power from existing Clean and Renewable sources of generation.
We're here to help. Here are answers to questions we get most often.
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- Contact our office
- Electric rates
- Applying for service
- What to do in an outage
- Streetlight requests
- Payment options
DIGGING & SAFETY
Planning home improvements? Planting a tree? Installing a fence or deck? Whether you do it yourself or hire a pro, start with a call to Dig Safe® at 811.
Dig Safe® notifies us of your plans to dig. WBMLP then marks the location of any underground utilities.
MA State law requires you to notify Dig Safe® for even small projects like installing mailboxes or planting shrubs. Call 811 to avoid utility service disruption to an entire neighborhood, injuries, (as well as fines and repair costs).