Municipal aggregation uses the group purchasing power of residents to help cities negotiate lower prices on electricity bills, and potentially cleaner energy sources. Over 200 Illinois communities have already used aggregation to capture savings for residents and small businesses.
On Nov. 6th, Chicago voters approved a referendum authorizing the City to seek lower electricity rates for residential and small business ratepayers. After receiving prices and service qualifications from retail electric suppliers, the City has negotiated an agreement with Integrys Energy Services, Inc., that will lower monthly electricity bills for residents and small businesses.
How do I enroll?
How do I opt-out?
What if I decide to opt-out?
Can I leave the Program at a later date?
Does it cost to enroll?
When will I begin to see savings?
Who will bill me for electricity?
Who is responsible for delivery of power to my home or business?
What if I have already selected another supplier?
Who will be the supplier?
How can I find out more information?
How will I be contacted?
Are the rates fixed or variable?