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Multi-Village Muni Aggregation Returning Customers To SOS, Village Warns Customers of Retail Offers
The Northern Illinois Governmental Electric Aggregation is returning municipal aggregation customers to ComEd default service, including customers in ...
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Official: Municipal Aggregation Will "Gamble" With Customers’ Rate
The President of a Village with an opt-out municipal electric aggregation has conceded that the aggregation amounts to a, "gamble", with the...
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Mayor of State’s Second Largest City Seeks Authorization To Implement Opt-Out Municipal Aggregation
The mayor of the City of Worcester, MA has sought authorization from the City Council to implement an opt-out municipal electricity aggregation, the W...
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Ohio Bill Would Prevent PUC From Approving, In MRO, "Any" Provision "Adverse" To Muni Aggregation
A newly filed bill in the Ohio House of Representatives (H. B. No. 247) which requires the use of a "market rate offer" to procure and price...
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San Jose Approves Municipal Aggregation, Requires $55 Million For Start-up
The City of San Jose has approved the creation of an opt-out municipal aggregation (community choice aggregation), with the San Jose Mercury News rep...
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Texas City Selects Retail Provider For Opt-In Aggregation
The City of Fate, Texas has selected Discount Power (of Texas) to supply an opt-in municipal aggregation program According to a website for the agg...
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Calif. PUC Staff Releases Energy Choice White Paper Ahead Of En Banc Hearing
Staff of the California PUC have released a white paper on energy choice in the state ahead of a joint PUC-California Energy Commission en banc hearin...
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State’s Fifth Largest City Receives OK To Launch Opt-out Municipal Aggregation
The Massachusetts DPU has approved the electric opt-out municipal aggregation plan of the City of Cambridge, MA, without modification except to confor...
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Calif. Amusement Park To Purchase Renewable Power From Municipal Aggregation
Municipal aggregator Silicon Valley Power (SVP) announced that California’s Great America, Santa Clara’s 100-acre amusement park, will cover 100% of i...
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Los Angeles County Adopts Opt-out Municipal Electric Aggregation
Los Angeles County's board of supervisors has approved creation of a community choice aggregation, under the Los Angeles Community Choice Energy (LACC...
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FirstEnergy Solutions Marketing To NOPEC Customers With Lower Rates
Crain's Cleveland Business reports that a few months after walking away from its NOPEC supply contract, FirstEnergy Solutions is now targeting NOPEC c...
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Texas City Conducting Opt-In Electricity Aggregation
The City of Fate, Texas (population 8,800) is conducting an opt-in electricity aggregation for those area residents in the Oncor service territory, th...
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Large Aggregation Selects Retail Supplier
The Northwest Ohio Aggregation Coalition has executed a new natural gas supply contract with Volunteer Energy Services for NOAC's municipal aggregatio...
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N.J. Town Selects Supplier For Muni Aggregation (Consultant Fee Disclosed)
Manchester Township, NJ, has selected TriEagle Energy for an opt-out municipal electric aggregation program, Micromedia Publications reports For the ...
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Nantucket, MA Selects Retail Supplier For Municipal Aggregation
Nantucket, MA has selected Agera Energy to supply the town's opt-out municipal aggregation program, the Cape Cod Times reports Agera Energy was selec...
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