Municipal Light Plant
CMLP's outage management system helps us restore power more quickly and provide more timely information to customers during emergencies.
Concord Municipal Light Plant (CMLP) is a municipal-owned, public power utility offering electric and broadband Internet service under the direction of the Town Manager. With approximately 110 miles of streets in the service territory, CMLP serves approximately 8,200 meters providing 190,000 Megawatt Hours (MWh) to 6898 residential, 1244 commercial, and 69 municipal customers.
Concord Light Broadband
CMLP offers Concord Light Broadband Internet service delivered through a dedicated fiber line right to homes or businesses. Broadband service is currently available to 95% of Concord residents and many businesses. CMLP offers consistent, guaranteed speeds throughout the day.
Grid & Substations
CMLP maintains a grid that consists of a Town-owned distribution system with substations, power lines, light poles, and transformers. We operate 3 electric distribution substations. The substation at Forest Ridge is the primary substation which functions as a gateway for all electricity coming into Concord from NSTAR.
From March through July of 2018, residents can purchase advanced air-source and ground-source heat pumps and wood pellet heating systems from installers selected for their high quality work and competitive pricing. These clean heating and cooling technologies can greatly reduce your greenhouse gas emissions, reduce your energy costs, and improve the comfort of your home.
Join us at any HeatSmart Launch Event to learn more, ask questions and meet the installers:
March 11, 1:30 pm Concord-Carlisle High School
March 14, 7:00 pm - Carlisle Town Hall
March 21, 6:30 pm - Lincoln Bemis Hall
For more information about HeatSmart, or to sign up for program notices, visit HeatSmartCCL.org.
Look for information about CMLP’s air-source and ground source heat pump rebates here.
HeatSmart Carlisle/Concord/Lincoln is supported by the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center, the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources, the Towns of Carlisle, Concord and Lincoln, and a volunteer team including Concord’s Comprehensive Sustainable Energy Committee.