Council Hears Electric Aggregation Pitch

Though the City of Canton has an electric aggregation contract with supplier Integrys through June 2014, Jerod McMorris asked the council to consider making an agreement with Good Energy to take advantage of an upcoming repricing and rebid based on market trends and unseasonably cool weather.

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The April 9, 2013 Votes Are In

Electric aggregation was on the ballot in communities all over central and southern Illinois. Community voters overwhelmingly voted in favor of aggregation, excited to join the third aggregation run by Good Energy, a municipal aggregation consulting firm. Including over 100,000 households in these communities, this aggregation will bring Good Energy to approximately 600,000 households helped in Illinois.

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Electric Aggregation Strongly Supported

The League of Women Voters strongly supports electric aggregation as a powerful means for residents to save money, according to Laurie Bergner, VP of Programs. Voters all across central and southern Illinois, including those in Bloomington, will see a referendum on aggregation on the April 9 ballot.

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Natural Gas Aggregation May Be Next Up

Municipal electric aggregation customers have seen real savings since aggregation early last year and the prospect of additional energy savings through natural gas aggregation has people excited. The counties of Champaign and Urbana were among the first to approve referendums allowing electric aggregation. These referendums allowed authorities to contract Good Energy, an electric aggregation consulting firm, to negotiate new rates on their electricity service.

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Natural Next Step: Group Gas Rates?

Peoria residents are currently benefiting from the immense cost savings of electric aggregation from their arrangement with Good Energy. According to Good Energy managing partner Charles de Casteja, there is now a chance that they can become eligible for cost savings on gas, as well.

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Electric Aggregation Provides Residents Options on Energy

Electric aggregation is on the minds of residents in municipalities all over central and southern Illinois. And for many of them, a vote is coming on April 9 to determine if the residents in those areas will be able to negotiate lower energy rates by banding together to buy electricity through wholesale providers. To facilitate in the process, many municipalities hired Good Energy, an electric aggregation consulting firm.

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Township Residents to Vote on Electric Aggregation

Good Energy, a municipal aggregation consulting firm, was recently approved by Wood River Township to act as their energy buyer. Good Energy currently represents over 110 communities and over 400,000 households, so hiring them to negotiate their municipal aggregation contract should get residents the best rate available. Residents still must pass a referendum on the April 9 ballot to receive the discounted rate.

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Good Energy launched a business to bring a simple concept to the marketplace... savings via lower electricity costs and superior efficiency lighting solutions. A smarter way to buy power and to use power. With ever changing technologies and product offerings Good Energy has provided new efficiency applications to the market and has pioneered a community centric buying approach that has achieved hundreds of millions of dollars in savings to the residential and commercial segment.

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