- Published: Thursday, 04 October 2012 15:44
- Written by Good Energy
For consumers who were in the first wave of Illinois residents to enact a municipal aggregation program, the results are in: energy aggregation is a hit. This summer, consumers who voted to pass the referendum in March, saw immediate cost reductions on their bills. But this didn't come as a surprise. Before going to the polls, Good Energy made a push to spread the word: Municipal aggregation saves you money and is in voters' best interest. Though a number of counties in the area did approve municipal aggregation when it was on the March ballot, voters in Collinsville, Granite City and every other counties near Glen Carbon did not. But those residents are not out of luck. On Nov. 6, the ordinance will be on the ballot once again, and Good Energy is devoting energy to persuading voters to vote "yes" on the Electricity Supply Proposition.
Electrical supply measure goes back to Metro East voters on November ballot [St. Louis Post-Dispatch]
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