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Financial Information

Financial Information

Financial ratings on MMWEC power supply projects are moving upward, reflecting the stable and improving credit quality of MMWEC and its project participants.

On this page is information about MMWEC credit ratings as well as links to MMWEC’s Audited Financial Statements and Quarterly Financial Reports.

Audited Financial Statements

Joint action bolstered the legal and political strength of municipal utilities and in 1976, through an act of the state legislature, MMWEC became a non-profit, public corporation and political subdivision of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts with the power to issue tax-exempt revenue bonds to finance electric generating facilities and other projects.

Links to Financial Statements and Supplementary Information:

2017   2016    2015    2014    2013    2012    2011

Unaudited Quarterly Financial Reports

Working with MMWEC enables municipal utilities to meet their needs with greater efficiency and economy, thereby improving their competitive positions and ability to provide reliable, low-cost service to their customers.

2017
2016
2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009

     Q1 2017;     Q2 2017;     Q3 2017

     Q1 2016;     Q2 2016;     Q3 2016

     Q1 2015;     Q2 2015;     Q3 2015

     Q1 2014;     Q2 2014;     Q3 2014

     Q1 2013;     Q2 2013;     Q3 2013

     Q1 2012;     Q2 2012;     Q3 2012

     Q1 2011;     Q2 2011;     Q3 2011

     Q1 2010;     Q2 2010;     Q3 2010

     Q1 2009;     Q2 2009;     Q3 2009

Ratings Reports:

These links are to additional information about MMWEC’s ratings from Fitch Ratings, Standard & Poors, Moody’s.

Credit Ratings

Working with MMWEC enables municipal utilities to meet their needs with greater efficiency and economy, thereby improving their competitive positions and ability to provide reliable, low-cost service to their customers.