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Boston City Council Pushing For Municipal Opt-Out Aggregation, Mayor Raises Concerns

October 02,2017

Two Boston City Councilors, including Council President Michelle Wu, are seeking to implement an opt-out municipal electric aggregation for Boston, the Boston Globe reports

Such an aggregation could encompass almost 200,000 residential customers and some 21,000 small commercial accounts

The administration of Mayor Martin Walsh, however, has raised concerns on increased costs as well as the concern that many could be included in the aggregation, due to its opt out nature, without understanding the program. Walsh has not totally closed the door on an aggregation, however

See the Boston Globe for more

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