- Published: Tuesday, 14 August 2012 15:48
- Written by Good Energy
A second wave of Illinois counties interested in implementing a municipal aggregation program is coalescing. The Jerseyville City Council has just agreed to put the referendum on the Nov. 6 ballot. If it passes, Jerseyville and about 200,000 other households will be eligible to accept contracts from independent energy suppliers for a better kilowatt per hour rate. And they will join the 51 other Illinois counties which voted earlier this year to implement municipal aggregation plans. With the help of Good Energy, the participating counties signed a two-year contract with a new energy supplier. Over the next couple months, Good Energy will talk residents of Jerseyville and other Illinois counties through the changes they'll see on their monthly energy bill, what municipal aggregation is, and what each resident will have to do to enroll.
Council approves energy referendum - Jersey County Journal (Subscription Required)
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