- Published: Monday, 05 November 2012 15:35
- Written by Good Energy
At a luncheon last Friday in Effingham County, Ill., a consultant from Good Energy talked about getting people out to vote for the energy aggregation referendum Tuesday and about how the referendum, if passed, would affect voters. If energy aggregation passes, residences will receive two letters giving them two separate opportunities to opt-out of the aggregation program. If they choose to stay in the program, residents don't have to do anything, and they can look forward to seeing savings of up to 20% on their monthly energy supply rates by February 2013.
Source: Electric Aggregation Proposal Subject of First Friday Luncheon [TheXRadio.com]
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