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Dayton Ending Opt-Out Municipal Electric Aggregation Program

May 11,2018



The City of Dayton, Ohio is ending its opt-out municipal electric aggregation program,, the Dayton Daily News reports

IGS Energy had been supplying customers under the aggregation. The Dayton Daily News said the program included 20,000 customers

The City said in an announcement that due to falling power prices, "providers are opting to not participate in aggregation programs."

Aggregation customers will be dropped to default service

See more: City of Dayton website

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