We are thrilled to see a significant surge in EV adoption over the past year in Braintree, with approximately 400 electric vehicles now registered in
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BELD is committed to helping you save energy. Our business is generating and delivering electricity, but our first concern is our customer. We want you to live and work in a clean environment, with money in your pocket. Encouraging you to save energy helps make that a reality.
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Municipal Light board meetings
The next Municipal Light Board meeting is:
Tuesday, October 17, 2023 at 5:00 p.m.
Our meetings are open to the public and held in the BELD Board Room at 150 Potter Road, Braintree, MA 02184.
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General Manager Bill Bottiggi talks public power 101, how BELD keeps rates low, and the story behind its “Braintree: Open for Business” campaign.
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Our MyElectric portal allows you to pay your BELD electric bills even faster, easier and more securely. As a registered account user, you’ll be able to see your payment history and past billing statements and electrical usage.
Braintree Electric wants to help you learn how you can conserve energy… and dollars! BELD’s MyElectric portal displays the data gathered by your BELD advanced meter. Learn more
Plug-in electric cars are fast, fun, affordable, and efficient. Compared to gasoline vehicles, EV maintenance is cheaper and simpler, and with the cars cost less to operate. Now is the time to make the switch. Learn more
BELD does not trim customers’ trees. BELD’s tree trimming service will only trim the trees that are on town-owned property, not private property. If a branch from a tree on a customer’s property is dangerously close to our power lines, the branch will be trimmed.