Please contact the Customer Service Department at
302-736-7035, 5 East Reed Street
Monday thru Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Utility applications, connects & disconnects, utility billing inquiries, payments or general inquiries.
Tuesday July 26, 2016
Save Energy! Lower Demand!
Due to warm temperatures and high energy demand, The City of Dover Electric Department is requesting its customers VOLUNTARILY reduce electric use TODAY July 26, 2016 from 3:00pm to 6:00pm. There is nothing wrong with the electric grid; we’re just trying to take every avenue to reduce costs for customers. Your participation helps lower our community wide electric use which reduces electricity costs.
You can help by taking simple steps such as:
- Turning off unnecessary lights
- Adjusting the thermostats up 2-3 degrees
- Delaying the use of major electric appliances such as dishwashers, washing machines, and clothes dryers
By taking these steps, your helping your local electric utility continue to provide low cost, reliable electricity. It is our responsibility to perform good utility practices and help spread the word!
Electric T&D, Administration, Engineering & Construction
Monday - Friday (7:00 a.m - 4:00 p.m.)
Electrical T&D, Engineering & Administration: (302) 736-7070
Utility Emergencies 24 Hours 7 Days a week:
System Operations: (302)736-7086 or (302)736-7060
Harry A. Maloney, III.
Email: doverelectric[at sign]dover.de.us
860 Buttner Place
Dover, DE 19904
The City of Dover Electric Department is responsible for the reliability of our electric and the engineering, construction and maintenance of the electric infrastructure.
The City of Dover is a member of the Delaware Municipal Electric Corporation, Inc. (DEMEC). DEMEC is a public corporation constituted as a Joint Action Agency and a wholesale electric utility. DEMEC represents nine municipal electric distribution utilities located in the state of Delaware. The members of DEMEC comprise all the major towns in Delaware except Wilmington. Other DEMEC members are: Clayton, Middletown, Milford, Newark, New Castle, Seaford, and Smyrna. The ultimate mission of DEMEC is to advance the principles of public power community ownership and provide competitive, reliable energy supply and services to our member’s stakeholders and customers
For more information on DEMEC, please visit their website at http://www.demecinc.net/.