Rowley Municipal Lighting Plant
Public Power for Rowley, MA
Welcome to Rowley, MA's electric light utility—providing dependable, economical power by and for our town's homes, businesses & institutions.
NATIONAL DRIVE ELECTRIC WEEK & NATIONAL CLEAN ENERGY WEEK!
It's National Drive Electric Week, Sept 22nd-Oct 1st — a nationwide celebration to raise awareness of the many benefits of All-Electric and Plug-in Hybrid Cars,Trucks, Motorcycles, and more. Considering going electric? RSVP and learn more for an in-person or online event in our region to learn from owners who have already done it. Find out even more at Energy New England's Rowley EV webpage.
It's also National Clean Energy Week. Clean energy is within our reach! Learn more about this celebration of the policies, industries, and innovations that power our daily lives while producing no or very little greenhouse gas emissions!
JOIN THE ROWLEY ENERGY CHALLENGE!
RMLP is challenging ourselves and the community to reduce our community's electric consumption by making energy efficient changes to our systems and our habits. Yes! We're asking the whole town of Rowley to join us in this challenge to reduce our town's overall electric usage.
You can even track our progress and see how your friends and neighbors in Rowley are doing month by month on our live Online Graph. Check it out on our new Rowley Energy Challenge page — and join us!
"REDUCE THE PEAK ALERT NOTIFICATIONS" EXPLAINED
Occasionally, Rowley Municipal Lighting Plant issues “Reduce The Peak Alert Notifications”. These are usually announced due to extremely high or low temperatures and projected high energy use during a specific short period of time. During these periods, the price of buying electricity from our suppliers substantially increases. If customers voluntarily cut back at these times, it helps RMLP keep everybody’s longterm electric rates lower.
Get answers to your questions in our RMLP “Reduce The Peak Alert Notifications” flyer.
RMLP RECEIVES APPA EXCELLENCE IN RELIABILITY AWARD
(April 26, 2023) APPA, the American Public Power Association recently awarded Rowley Municipal Lighting Plant its latest Excellence in Reliability Award. This national award recognizes that Rowley Municipal Lighting Plant has significantly exceeded the 5-year average for all U.S. electric utilities in the category of reliable electric service!
Rowley Municipal Lighting Plant Installs Level 2 EV Charging Station
Pictured from left to right — General Manager, Matt Brown; Light Commissioners Bryan DiPersia, Mark Cousins, and Danby Whitmore; Library Trustee, Janet Peabody; and Library Director, Pam Jacobson.
The Rowley Municipal Lighting Plant recently completed the installation of the town’s first Public Level 2 EV Charging Station at the Rowley Town Library (behind Rowley Town Hall). Read all about it on our News Page.
GET REBATES INCLUDING ELECTRIC LAWN EQUIPMENT & MORE!
RMLP and Energy New England have expanded your opportunities to save money while you reduce carbon emissions Browse the latest Rebates, Discounts, and Incentives for money back on your electric bill for everything from Appliances, Heating, Cooling, Electric Lawn Equipment, Electric Vehicles, and more. Save — while doing your bit for the environment!
New Requirements for Air Source Heat Pump Rebate Program
(November 5, 2021) Effective immediately, RMLP will use the NEEP qualified product list to identify qualified Ducted and Ductless systems. We’ll no longer use the minimum SEER and HSPF ratings as a requirement.
RMLP's Energy Saving Tips Library Upsized!
Take advantage of each bit of savings by checking out our larger Home Energy Conservation Library of Nonprofits and Government Organizations linked to helpful blogs, guides, videos, and more. Learn proven ways to save on your electric and other energy bills in every season on RMLP's updated Energy Saving Tips Page.
SAVE MORE MONEY, ROWLEY!
RMLP has Incentives and Rebates for you—plus pointers to save energy all year!
And please see "Rowley Drives Electric" for some excellent EV Rebates.START SAVING MORE
"The Rowley Municipal Lighting Plant works hard to provide reliable and cost-effective energy services in a responsible, courteous and efficient manner that will meet the current and future needs of our town's electric customers. Since 1910, the RMLP has been owned and controlled by the people we serve. You."