Marblehead Municipal Light Department
"Owned by the People We Serve!"
Since 1894 when town voted to authorize the formation of its own municipal light department, MMLD has been providing modern electric power to the citizens and businesses of Marblehead. Many upgrades have been instituted over the years, including the latest Smart Meter technology, downtown underground utilities, substation construction and much more. Read more here.
MMLD's Light Commission, our governing body, holds regularly scheduled meetings in the Conference Room at 40 Tioga Way, #350. Dates and times of the meetings are posted on our website.
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Andy leads the Department’s Management Group in our mission to provide reliable, cost-effective electric service for the customers of MMLD, while providing a safe work environment for our employees.
Bill helps oversee the daily operations of the Light Department. Bill's other duties include management of all the electrical operational functions including installation, maintenance, construction and extensions of lines for our electrical distribution system.
Our Manager of Finance is responsible for all monitoring, preparation and reporting of the financial functions of the Light Department, as well as the operation and maintenance of MMLD's customer information system.
Our Financial Assistant, Matt, maintains the Light Department’s financials and provides support to the Finance Manager, Business Assistant and customer accounts.
Marblehead Municipal Light Department is governed by a Light Commission whose members are elected by the town's citizens. They are sworn to uphold and always operate in the town's and its citizens' best interests.
Michael A. Hull, Chairman.
Joseph Kowalik, Commissioner
Walter E. Homan, Commissioner
Michael A. Tumulty, Commissioner
Michael J. Maccario, Commissioner
The mission of the Marblehead Municipal Light Department (MMLD) is to provide, subject to applicable laws and regulations, reliable and efficient electrical power at fair, reasonable and competitive rates to its ratepayers in a safe working environment for its employees and the Town of Marblehead.
Part of Bill's assistant managerial duties are to oversee our Line Crew team.
Colin is our new Manager of Technical Operations. He helps support the day-to-day operations within the Light Department, which can include substation operations, metering, and distribution engineering.
Jack's responsible for the inspection, maintenance, testing and switching of MMLD's Utility Substations. The operations of our 5 MW generation plant is also Jack’s duty.
Meet MMLD's Line Crew Team - Joe, Greg, Kevin, Kerry, Paul, Bill, Kirk, Colin, Kyle and Matt.
Cheryl is responsible for daily office communications, administration and Operations Dept accounting. She also provides support to the General Manager and Finance Department.
Didi oversees the daily operations of MMLD's Meter Department. She also maintains the Light Department's AMI system, our integrated network of smart meters.
Megan fields and responds to our customer service inquiries, energy services and keeps our website up-to-date.
Check out our FAQs Page...or give us a call during Business Hours at (781) 631-5600.
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In Emergencies, please call (781) 631-0240. Call 911 if your report involves safety or imminent threat to the public.
MMLD offers access to your account's Personal Energy Management Portal. Here's how:
Using MMLD's Energy Management is self-explanatory and easy. Give it a try now!
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We're building a better, modern MMLD! See our progress...
Thanks to the drones of Strato SkyCam, here's our October Progress Video of MMLD's Commercial Street Headquarters Renovation. Check out the new Geothermal Wells.
Take a trip over, through and around our MMLD's new facility thanks to Strato SkyCam!
Everything's coming together. Watch where the construction of MMLD's new headquarters is coming now with this video from Strato SkyCam!
See our progress inside and out with this video from Strato SkyCam!
"Marblehead Light Department lands ZBA special permit for renovation."
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This is what our facility looked like on the day we moved out.