Municipal Aggregation in Illinois: 5 Things You Should Not Ignore

I found this article on aggregation from “Buzz: ThePower2Switch Blog.” As the name implies, it seems that this site may have an agenda to work against aggregation. Many alternative retail suppliers (i.e., energy companies that aren’t ComEd or Ameren) refuse to even participate in municipal aggregation, because they don’t want to subject themselves to the regulatory expenses that may be associated with doing business with … Continue reading Municipal Aggregation in Illinois: 5 Things You Should Not Ignore

Citizen Meet Municipal Aggregation, Municipal Aggregation Meet Citizen

In addition to voting for candidates during this month’s consolidated elections, voters in many Illinois municipalities, including Maywood, will be considering whether or not to engage in what’s come to be called ‘Electrical Aggregation,’ or ‘Municipal Aggregation.’ You may have come upon a flyer or pamphlet on your porch or in your mail attempting to explain this convoluted phrase. You may have been even more … Continue reading Citizen Meet Municipal Aggregation, Municipal Aggregation Meet Citizen