86 Bridge St.
P.O. Box 20
Baldwinville, MA

TEL. 978-939-5323
FAX 978-939-4309
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March 17, 2020 - The TMLWP administrative office and operations center located at #86 Bridge Street, Baldwinville, MA 01436 will be CLOSED to the public until further notice, due to the COVID 19 problem. READ MORE >>
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Templeton Municipal Light and Water has hired a company called mPower Innovations to collect GPS locations and other data on all of its poles, wires and equipment. The mPower technicians will be looking at every utility pole in town and may need to briefly come on to resident's property if there are poles that can't be seen from the road.

The data collection will begin on Thursday July 16th, 2020 and will take place Monday-Saturday 7am-6pm. The data collection will last at least through the month of August and possibly longer. The mPower technicians will be driving vehicles with "mPower Innovations" displayed on the doors. To find out when they will be in your neighborhood please check back on this page and click the image above.

Please contact me with any questions or concerns (978) 939-5323 ext. 12 or email tberry@templetonlight.com.

Thank you. Thomas Berry, Light Supt.
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Welcome to Templeton Municipal Light & Water Plant

The Templeton Municipal Light and Water Plant, as your local public utility, has been providing affordable and reliable electric service to the residents and businesses of Templeton, East Templeton, Baldwinville and Otter River for over
105 years. In addition, the Templeton Municipal Light and Water Plant has been providing a clean and safe public water supply to the Town for over 11 years.

At Templeton Light, we have long been focused on the purchase of inexpensive wholesale electricity for our customers, so that we may keep our operating expenses low, and pass that savings onto our roughly 3,500 electric customers. At Templeton Water, our mission has been to bring into full  compliance with federal and state regulations the Town’s public water supply, while maintaining reasonable rates for our roughly 2,200 water customers.

Beyond our basic duties and responsibilities as a municipal light and water department, we are committed to offering support to projects which benefit the Town as a whole. The Templeton Municipal Light and Water Plant will continue to offer its departmental resources and time to all worthwhile town projects.
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Incentives from Templeton Municipal Light & Water Plant Can Help You Save Money While Upgrading Your Heating and Cooling Systems.

June 2020- Heat pumps are heating and cooling devices that allow homeowners the flexibility of sectioning their houses into zones with separate thermostats. Homeowners can direct the heat or cool air into the specific rooms that need it, saving money while conserving energy.
Heat pumps typically use 50% less energy than traditional heating methods. Because of their compact size, they are easy to install, and offer a quick track to savings on your heating bill.

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LUDLOW, Mass. – July 18, 2019 – A new report from Analysis Group, commissioned by the Municipal Electric Association of Massachusetts (MEAM), demonstrates that municipal light plants in the state are proactively investing in carbon-free resources, in support of the state’s public policy goals to address climate change. More>
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