Peoria County Participation in Municipal Electricity Aggregation

Peoria – In 2012, Peoria County voters passed a referendum authorizing Peoria County government to seek competitive electricity rates for eligible residential and small commercial retail customers by establishing an “opt-out” electric aggregation program. Homefield Energy was recently selected to be the supplier for the program’s second term, June 2014 – June 2016. For eligible …

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MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC AGGREGATION

Peoria, IL – This week, most residents of the City of Peoria, as well as residents of many of the surrounding communities, will be receiving a mailing regarding Peoria’s municipal electric aggregation program.  In 2012, citizens in Peoria voted to allow the City to negotiate a price for the supply of residential electricity.  This contract with Homefield Energy …

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Information Regarding Electric Aggregation vs. Individual Contracts

Peoria – Residents have reported that electricity marketers have begun door-to-door and telephone campaigns in Peoria County. Peoria County government would like to remind residents that the electric aggregation program sponsored by the County has a rate of 4.08¢ per kilowatt-hour. This rate is lower than residents will pay under the terms of individual contracts …

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Woodford, McLean, DeWitt residents to vote on Municipal Electric Aggregation

WOODFORD AND MCLEAN COUNTIES (April 6, 2013) – Households in unincorporated Woodford, McLean and DeWitt counties and the municipalities of Bloomington, Clinton, Gridley, and Streator will have the opportunity to vote for lower electricity rates on Tuesday, April 9. Municipal Electricity Opt-Out Aggregation allows villages, cities, counties, and townships to create a large buying group …

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Natural Gas Aggregation Being Considered

(March 8, 2013) – Thousands of area residents who are reaping the benefits of municipal electric aggregation may soon have similar opportunities with natural gas. Good Energy is sponsoring an overview of the current regulatory environment and the future possibility of natural gas aggregation / bulk purchasing on TUESDAY, MARCH 12 from 11:00 a.m. to …

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Municipal Electricity Aggregation Results

On May 8, 2012, the City of Peoria joined 53 other cities, villages and county governments in Central and Southern Illinois to select a supplier of electricity for residential and small commercial accounts. This action was made possible by the successful passage of a referendum on the March 20, 2012 ballot that authorized the City …

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Municipal Opt-Out Electricity Aggregation

This notice serves as a reminder that no action needs to be taken by Peoria County residents who would like to participate in the Municipal Electricity Aggregation; their existing accounts will automatically transition to the new program within 30 – 45 days depending on their meter read date. Nor are participants charged any fees for …

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Municipal Electricity Aggregation Results

On May 8, 2012, the City of Peoria joined 53 other cities, villages and county governments in Central and Southern Illinois to select a supplier of electricity for residential and small commercial accounts. This action was made possible by the successful passage of a referendum on the March 20, 2012 ballot that authorized the City …

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Municipal Electricity Aggregation Results

The City of Peoria joined 53 other cities, villages and county governments in Central and Southern Illinois to select a supplier of electricity for residential and small commercial accounts. This action was made possible by the successful passage of a referendum on the March 20, 2012 ballot that authorized the City to solicit a bulk …

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