Providing safe and reliable service is a primary focus for the operations team. A great deal of work goes into making sure that we keep the lights on for you. We do our best to stay ahead of any potential damages a storm can cause to our 200+ miles of service lines.
Just in time for summer travel, nine new charging stations around Westfield are now up and running. A Department of Environmental Protection grant of $380,000 has covered the installation of the charging stations which are available in public parking areas, at public schools, and at the municipal airport.
Westfield Gas & Electric (WG+E) has announced new rates with an 80% reduction to the natural gas supply charge starting in May 2023. The supply charge has been reduced from $1.85 to 25¢ per Ccf. Residential customers can expect to see, on average, a decrease of $200 compared to April (-80%) and a decrease of $38 from their May 2022 bill (-43%). Actual bills will vary based on individual energy usage.