The Board of Commissioners of Littleton Water & Light (LWL) authorized a Onetime power supply rebate in the amount of eight (8) cents per kilo-watt hour. For a typical residential customer that uses about 600 kWh each month, a rebate, or a credit in the amount of $48 will be applied to your LWL electric invoice in the month of December 2023.
This rebate is meant to True-Up or to align the electric rate adjustment that took effect of October 1st that dropped your rates by about twenty (20) percent going in 2024. Unlike the quarterly power supply rebates that LWL distributes on behalf of the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGI) this rebate is not recurring.
Littleton Water and Light maintains a staff of professional, service oriented employees dedicated to providing safe, reliable, economical energy and water for our customers while enhancing the quality of life and assuring a clean and healthy environment.
Commissioners' meeting will be held on Monday, March 4, 2024 at 1:00 p.m.
Monday - Friday
6:30am - 3:00pm
Small businesses in the LW&L service area may be eligible for low cost energy audits. Read more →
Littleton Water and Light supplies electrical power and water to 5500 customers. Littleton purchases wholesale electric power from suppliers through the New England Power Pool on a daily basis. Our high quality drinking water originates in the nearby White Mountain National Forest watershed.
The Littleton Water System team keeps all 300 fire hydrants in Littleton safe and working all year round. Every year, they flush and check every hydrant to make sure all is in proper working condition. If they find one that is damaged, they replace it. Learn more about Fire Hydrants in Littleton, New Hampshire.
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You may have seen the Littleton Water and Light trucks around town fixing utility poles this summer. LWL has been busy replacing older poles around town, while improving the electrical system's reliability both for today and future growth.
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