- Published: Sunday, 04 November 2012 15:35
- Written by Good Energy
On Nov. 6, voters in Olney and the surrounding unincorporated areas in Richland County will vote on an energy aggregation referendum, which, if passed, will help lower the energy supply rate for area residents. Around 50 other Illinois counties will be voting on a similar referendum that day. Earlier this year, more than 55 counties around the state okayed energy aggregation and accepted contracts for a lower energy supply rate from a company other than Ameren Illinois or Commonwealth Edison. If the referendum passes in Olney Tuesday, Good Energy will help negotiate that new energy supply contract for the city and the surrounding areas.
Source: Electric referendum on ballot [Olney Daily Mail]
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