Initiative will Accelerate Financial Support for Emission Reduction Projects
April 28, 2021 (Wellesley, MA) – The Town of Wellesley continues to be a leader in reducing the carbon footprint of our community. Initiatives such as the Wellesley Municipal Light Plant (WMLP) voluntary renewable energy program make it easy and affordable to reduce dependence on fossil fuels, increase energy stability, and preserve the planet. The WMLP is introducing the new Wellesley Electric Customers Accelerated Reduction of Emissions (“WECARE”) program to help in these efforts.
The Wellesley Municipal Light Plant ("WMLP") implements best business practices to protect the safety of our employees and the public, deliver environmentally sustainable and highly reliable electricity and telecommunication services at competitive rates and provide financial and in-kind support to the Town. The WMLP conducts its affairs in a socially responsible and ethical manner, with respect for our many stakeholders.
The Wellesley Municipal Light Plant strives to be the municipal power and telecommunications distribution organization most admired in the industry for its reliable and low cost service, record of safety, commitment to reducing greenhouse gases and its financial and infrastructure support to the Town.
Municipal Light Plant Spotlights
2019-2020 SOLAR REBATE PROGRAM
The WMLP is participating in the MA Dept. of Energy Resources (DOER) Municipal Solar Rebate program. Qualifying residential solar installations could be eligible to receive $1,200 per installed kW of solar generation capacity. Learn more.
VOLUNTARY RENEWABLE ENERGY PROGRAM
Enroll in Wellesley's voluntary program that provides residents the opportunity to purchase all, or some, electricity from renewable sources. Learn More
GREEN POWER COMMUNITY
Wellesley again has been designated as a Green Power Community. The Wellesley Community has exceeded guidelines set forth by the Environmental Protection Agency for buying clean renewable energy during FY2020. Read More
Customer Service Questions
Questions on your electric, water or sewer bills should be directed to Customer Service at 781-235-7600, extension 3364, 3365, or 3366.
Questions regarding electric service upgrades or installations should be directed to the Engineering Department at 781-489-7789.
To report a power outage please call 781-235-7600, ext. 3450.