Committee officers are elected by members of the MEAM Communications & Energy Services Committee and serve a two year term.  Elections are held every other year at the December MEAM-CES meeting. 



Subcommittees include the Conference Committee, Survey Committee, and Energy Auditing Committee. Committees are tasked with specific planning and research objectives with the goal of benefiting all member utilities.


The Municipal Electric Association of Massachusetts – Communications & Energy Services Awards are given each year at the MEAM-CES Annual Conference.  Awards include Communicator of the Year and Rising Star.



This two-day conference provides communications, energy services, key accounts, and customer service professionals the opportunity to expand their knowledge base and develop new skills. Gain insight into today’s hot topics.



The MEAM Communications & Energy Services Committee (MEAM-CES) meets regularly to share and monitor information about energy and customer services, public communications and key account management and to offer suggestions in these respective areas to Members when appropriate. Additionally, the committee researches new programs, services and training opportunities designed to enhance the value and efficiencies of members in their respective communities. The MEAM-CES committee reports to the MEAM Executive Committee.

The Municipal Electric Association of Massachusetts (MEAM) is a statewide association formed in 1953 and includes all 40 municipally owned electric utilities in the state. Its purpose is to render to its members technical, accounting, financial, purchasing, counsel and other services particular to the operation of electric utilities in Massachusetts. MEAM advocates and promotes the highest possible efficiency in system management and provides its members with mutual aid during emergency conditions.