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One Of New Jersey’s First Opt-Out Municipal Aggregations Returning Customers To Utility
Toms River, NJ, is transitioning its opt-out municipal electricity aggregation customers to default service, citing a lack of savings, Toms River Patc...
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Two More Cities Sign With Los Angeles County Municipal Aggregation
The cities of Sierra Madre and Alhambra, California, have signed onto the Los Angeles County opt-out municipal aggregation electricity program (commun...
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Cleveland Suburb To Cease Muni Aggregation After Program "Has Not Worked"
The City of Cleveland Heights, Ohio will end its natural gas opt-out aggregation program, for now, due to a consistent lack of savings, ...
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Update: Boston City Council Approves Municipal Aggregation
The Boston, MA City Council has approved a resolution to adopt an opt-out municipal electric aggregation, the Boston Globe reports Such an aggregatio...
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Boston City Council Pushing For Municipal Opt-Out Aggregation, Mayor Raises Concerns
Two Boston City Councilors, including Council President Michelle Wu, are seeking to implement an opt-out municipal electric aggregation for Boston, th...
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Claim: San Diego Muni Aggregation Could Result In $2.8 Billion Liability
An analysis summarized in an op-ed at the Voice Of San Diego by Lynn Reaser, chief economist at Fermanian Business & Economic Institute at Point L...
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New York Municipality To Explore Muni Aggregation -- Official Says "No Risk Involved"
Saratoga Springs, NY, is exploring an opt-out municipal electricity aggregation, via the Municipal Electric and Gas Alliance (see background here), pe...
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Municipal Aggregation Awards Contract For 100 MW PPA
Recurrent Energy and Peninsula Clean Energy ("PCE") today announced a 15-year Power Purchase Agreement ("PPA") for 100 megawatts of new solar power. ...
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Texas City Earns $3,500 From Electric Aggregation
The Dallas Morning News ran a story concerning the City of Fate, Texas' opt-in muni electric aggregation (previously reported by
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53% SOS Rate Hike Prompts Call For Easing Rules For Opt-Out Muni Aggregations (0 Launched To Date)
An editorial in the Johnston (RI) Sunrise has called for easing requirements for the implementation of opt-out municipal electricity aggregations, in ...
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Texas City Re-opens Enrollment for Opt-In Muni Aggregation
The City of Fate, Texas (population 8,800) has re-opened enrollment for its opt-in municipal electricity aggregation A reverse auction will be held o...
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Report Examines Exit Fees for California Choice Customers
A report by the Center for Climate Protection examines the supply procurement practices of the California IOUs and attendant exit fees on customers d...
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Customer Rates at Eversource (MA) $50 Million Higher As A Result Of Muni Aggregation
The Boston Globe reports on municipal opt-out aggregation in Massachusetts, with some 100 municipalities now active The Globe reports that Eversour...
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Poster Promoting NY Muni Aggregation Promised, "No More Energy Telemarketers Or Door To Door Sales"
Posters promoting municipal electricity aggregations in Oneonta and Horseheads, New York listed under "potential benefits" of the municipal aggregatio...
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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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