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, cleveland.com reports
According to cleveland.com Councilman Michael Ungar said that, "the city's gas aggregation program has not worked," in terms of providing savings over the past few years
The city states on its website that, "The current aggregation rate is higher than current pricing for natural gas and has been for several years."
The City will look to add a link to the PUCO Apples to Apples chart on its website
The City remains interested in running an opt-out aggregation if savings can be achieved
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