- Published: Wednesday, 31 October 2012 15:37
- Written by Good Energy
Come Tuesday, seven communities in Western-Central Illinois, including Quincy and Pittsfield, will vote on the energy aggregation referendum which would allow residents to negotiate as a group their own price for energy. Pittsfield chose Good Energy as their energy consultant to help ensure that the public is fully informed about energy aggregation and to negotiate a lower energy price with independent energy suppliers. To help still-undecided voters make up their minds, the Herald-Whig included in its article a quick guide on the basics of municipal aggregation.
Source: Utility bills are bottom line when voters cast ballots on electrical aggregation [Quincy Herald-Whig]
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