- Published: Saturday, 12 May 2012 15:52
- Written by Good Energy
The select Urbana residents who chose not to participate in the municipal energy aggregation program, which was arranged by Good Energy, will still have a chance to sign up for the lower energy rate. Fifty counties and municipalities across Illinois came together and decided to buy energy in bulk from an independent energy supply company. Residents who initially opted-out of the program will still be able to go online, plug in information about their energy usage habits, and see how much they would save if they had decided to participate. Ameren charges 6.3 cents per kilowatt hour for energy supply, and the new rate offered by Homefield Energy is just above 4 cents per kilowatt hour, meaning Urbana residents will see savings of 35 percent for energy supply.
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