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Multi-Village Muni Aggregation Returning Customers To SOS, Village Warns Customers of Retail Offers

June 26,2017



The Northern Illinois Governmental Electric Aggregation is returning municipal aggregation customers to ComEd default service, including customers in Woodstock, Algonquin, Huntley, Ringwood, Lakewood and Genoa, due to a lack of favorable aggregation rates

Separately, Buffalo Grove, a member of the Northwest Aggregation Consortium which was suspended and sent customers to ComEd earlier this year, warned customers of electricity solicitors. Several villages of the Northern Illinois Governmental Electric Aggregation provided similar advice for evaluating any competitive offers from retail suppliers

See the stories below for more:

Journal Online: Village Warns Against Electric Company Solicitations

Northwest Herald: Northern Illinois Governmental Electric Aggregation Consortium suspends program because of comparable ComEd rates

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