Financial Reports

Energy Efficiency Budgets are approved by the Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities as part of the Compact’s approved Three-year Energy Efficiency Plan and run on a calendar year. The Compact’s current Plan covers 2019 - 2021 (D.P.U. 18-116).

The budgets identify expenditures needed to achieve energy efficiency goals for residential, low-income, commercial and industrial customers on Cape Cod and Martha’s Vineyard. For each program, the budget includes costs for program planning and administration; marketing and advertising; participant incentives; sales, technical assistance and training, evaluation and market research.

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Other Reports and Documents

The Aggregation Plan is a document required by state law that describes a dozen key items such as the structure of the program, purposes, funding, etc. Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities (DPU) approval of an Aggregation Plan is required for the start-up of a municipal aggregation program for electric customers. The Compact’s original Aggregation Plan was approved by the DPU in August 2000 following a process of planning with the state Division of Energy Resources and the DPU, and local public hearings. The Aggregation Plan was previously viewed as a formation period document, however, the DPU has utilized the Compact’s Aggregation Plan as a model for other municipalities seeking to form their own aggregation and suggested the Compact consider updating the document in 2013.

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Cape Light Compact, as directed by the Department of Public Utilities, files a Municipal Aggregation Report annually on December 1.