Illinois is Leading the Nation in Saving Money on Energy
Illinois is a national leader in electricity-aggregation programs. Hundreds of communities throughout the state have established group purchasing through Municipal Electricity Choice Aggregation. Through these programs, also called Community Energy Aggregation (CEA), electricity consumers save a significant amount of money.
In addition to saving on electric bills, Illinois households and businesses that work with Good Energy reap these benefits:
- Electricity price stability
- Choice of using up to 100 percent renewable energy
- In-state Good Energy call center
- Savings remain in local communities
Illinois Chooses Renewables with Good Energy
Illinois not only leads the nation in Community Energy Aggregation but has also worked extensively with Good Energy to purchase renewable power. Among states in which CEA legislation has passed, Illinois has the greatest number of communities using renewables. Renewable-energy purchases on this scale offset millions of tons of carbon emissions from coal- and oil-fired power plants. Renewable-energy purchasing also spurs increased investment and innovation in the energy sector.
Is Your Community Next?
Illinois residents are on the cutting edge of Community Energy Aggregation, and if your community is interested in lower rates for electricity or renewable energy, please call Good Energy at (866) 955-2677. As the national leader in structuring and implementing community and government energy-aggregation programs, Good Energy serves more communities and residents than any other energy consultant. With more than 200 Community Energy Aggregation programs representing more than one million households, Good Energy manages energy procurement for 1 percent of the U.S. population.
Earn Tax Credits and Rebates
In Illinois, government agencies, utilities and others offer a variety of tax credits, rebates and other incentives to support energy efficiency, encourage the use of renewable sources and support efforts to conserve energy and reduce pollution. Here are some national and Illinois-specific programs that may be available to households or businesses.