Illinois State

Illinois Electricity Deregulation

On January 2, 2007, Commonwealth Edison, AmerenCIPS, AmerenIP, (formerly Illinois Power), and AmerenCILCO, (formerly CILCO), entered the post-transition stage of the Illinois energy deregulation process. Illinois’ Electricity Supply Auction, which occurred in September 2006, has set rates for most businesses through May 2008. For the first time in over two decades, customers in the Ameren service territory are faced with massive utility cost increases, which will put electricity supply costs in line with regional levels.

Illinois businesses can benefit by choosing an electricity supply contract from one of several competing retail electricity providers that can offer a better price than the price set by the auction, and better contract terms than those offered by the default tariffs. By quickly finding and comparing the available rates and contracts, Good Energy can help you choose the competitive electricity supplier best suited to your Illinois business.

If you are a commercial or industrial energy consumer in one of the Ameren service territories or in the Commonwealth Edison territory, Good Energy is ready to help assess your energy rate and provide competitive energy supply options for your business.

For your no-obligation electricity rate analysis, please download the following form and follow the included directions:

Illinois Electric Account Usage Data Release Form

» Click here for general Illinois energy information including links to Illinois electricity deregulation resources.

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Good Energy may be able to offer cost savings to commercial and industrial consumers of energy in Illinois.

Below please find some links to resources we think you will find useful if you are interested in Illinois energy deregulation.

Illinois Commerce Commission:

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