Princeton Municipal Light Department
Public Power for Princeton, MA
Welcome to Princeton, MA's electric light utility—providing dependable, economical power by and for our town's homes and businesses.
PMLD COVID-19 RESPONSE & SAFETY MEASURES
(Updated April 1, 2020) Beginning Monday, March 16, 2020, Princeton Municipal Light Department will be closed to public access until May 4, 2020, at which time the situation will be reassessed.
During this time, please leave any payments in the drop box at the end of the walkway. Payments can also be made on line via Billtrust or Unipay which can be found at www.pmld.com.
Should you have an emergency or to report an outage please call: 978-464-2928.
We will continue to monitor this situation as it develops and will communicate any changes in PMLD operation on the PMLD website and updated posted notifications. All Deliveries (WB Mason, UPS, Fedex, etc.) please leave deliveries at the main door.
— Brian Allen, General Mgr & PMLD's Board of CommissionersPLEASE REVIEW OUR LATEST PDF UPDATE HERE
PMLD REBATES, DISCOUNTS & INCENTIVES
Incentives/Rebates are now being offered on Electric Vehicles—Chevy Bolt, Nissan Leaf and Leaf Plus, the Electric Vehicle Smart Charging Program and the Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle Charger Program—plus more! Learn about them all.
These great Rebates, Discounts and Incentives are a collaborative effort between PMLD and the Massachusetts Municipal Wholesale Energy Company (MMWEC) as part of the HELPS Energy Conservation Program.BEGIN SAVING
PMLD's Mission Statement
"The Princeton Municipal Light Department (PMLD) has been providing electrical service to residents and businesses of Princeton for over 100 years (Est. 1912).
PMLD's mission is to provide a safe, reliable, and economical source of electric power for our customers, to acknowledge and implement the need for renewable energy from within the diversity of available energy sources, and to enhance the benefits of municipal utility ownership for our customers.
PMLD has its own elected Board of Commissioners, General Manager and staff that operate separately and autonomously from the Board of Selectmen, Town Administrator and other Town Boards & Committees."
—The Princeton Municipal Light Department Board of Commissioners & Brian Allen, General Manager