CMEEC is owned and governed by six member utilities: These are the cities of Groton and Norwich, the borough of Jewett City, Bozrah Light & Power Company, and the Second (South Norwalk) and Third (East Norwalk) Taxing Districts of Norwalk, Connecticut. CMEEC provides wholesale power and related requirements to member utilities as well as to the Mohegan Tribal Utility Authority and major electric customers in and beyond Connecticut.
BL&P serves 3,000 customers, including all of the Town of Bozrah, Gilman, and parts of Lebanon, Franklin, Montville, and Salem, Conn. BL&P has an aggressive economic development program and vast areas of commercial and industrial zoned land.
Groton Utilities is a municipally owned and operated utility providing electricity and other services (water, waste water) to residents and businesses of Groton, Conn. (population 42,324). Major customers include the Naval Submarine Base, a nuclear submarine shipyard, and a global pharmaceuticals firm.
NPU is a municipally owned utility serving the city of Norwich, Conn. (population 36,432) with electricity and other services (natural gas, water and sewer). Building on over a century of tradition and community roots, NPU’s mission is to make Norwich a better place to live, work and do business.
The Jewett City DPU is a locally owned, not-for-profit utility that provides reliable, high quality electric (and wastewater) services for the borough of Jewett City (population 3,053). The borough occupies 0.8 square miles in the city of Griswold, Conn. in southeastern New London County.
The Second Taxing District of the City of Norwalk (population 83,456) is a municipal corporation that owns and independently operates South Norwalk Electric and Water (SNEW), a water and electric utility. SNEW provides electricity services to approximately 5,000 customers in South Norwalk, a commuter suburb 40 miles from New York City’s Grand Central Station.
The Third Taxing District of the City of Norwalk operates an electric department that provides highly reliable, low-cost electricity to East Norwalk (population 3,193) in growing Fairfield County, Conn. Part of the New York City metropolitan area, Norwalk is home to numerous Fortune 500 headquarters of multi-billion-dollar global firms.