Connecticut Municipal Electric Energy Cooperative (CMEEC)

The Connecticut Municipal Electric Energy Cooperative (CMEEC) was created as the electric power supplier for the state's municipal utilities. CMEEC became fully operational in 1978 as a non-profit, joint-action power supply agency.

Today CMEEC manages power supply contracts, financing, acquisition, construction, and operation of generating resources. CMEEC supplies power to its members and wholesale customers through various sources, including fossil-fueled generators, nuclear plants, hydroelectric stations in Connecticut, and massive power dams in Canada and New York.

CMEEC is owned by municipal utilities in the cities of Groton and Norwich, the Borough of Jewett City, Bozrah Light and Power, and the Second (South Norwalk) and Third (East Norwalk) Taxing Districts of the City of Norwalk, Connecticut.

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