- Published: Friday, 07 September 2012 15:46
- Written by Good Energy
Mason is one in a long line of Illinois cities and counties interested in implementing energy aggregation in its community. Just in time for the Aug. 20 deadline, Mason placed on the Nov. 6 ballot a referendum in support of energy aggregation. Between then and election day, and with the help of Good Energy, town officials will work to inform voters about energy aggregation. If the referendum passes and the program proceeds, this could mean up to a 30 percent reduction in energy supply costs for residents as soon as January 2013. With a largely low-income and a significant aging population, Mason is a perfect candidate for energy aggregation. The only change residents will notice is a lower energy bill.
Mason places energy issue on Nov. 6 ballot (Effingham Daily News)
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