The Wall Street Journal tells of many cities across the country benefiting from Municipal Aggregation
- Published: Monday, 12 November 2012 15:32
- Written by Good Energy
On page 3 of the Monday, November 12th edition of The Wall Street Journal it tells us how many cities are passing ballot measures that will allow their respective local governments to purchase their power in bulk, thus becoming part of a municipal aggregation. Community Aggregation, as the Wall Street Journal terms it, is saving residents up to 30% on their energy bills and often allows residents to purchase renewable, cleaner energy at much cheaper rates. The article goes on to state that utility companies are in favor of local electricity-buying efforts as deregulation laws do not affect distribution of electricity, only who the supplier of the electricity is. Click the link below to read more.
Source: Cities Take On Utility Role [Wall Street Journal]
Posted By Good Energy