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Municipal Electricity Aggregation Program Ends August 2017

The Village is in the process of suspending the Electricity Aggregation Program expiring August 2017.  The Village recently sought bids to renew the program; however, bids received unfortunately did not insure savings compared to ComEd’s summer rate and projected winter (2017-2018) rate.  All resident and small business accounts currently in the program will automatically be returned to ComEd following meter readings in September.  No action is needed on your part to revert back to ComEd.             

 

Lowest Bid Rate  ComEd's Summer "Price to Compare" Rate
(June 2017 - Sept. 2017)
ComEd's Winter "Price to Compare" Rate
(Oct. 2017 - May 2018)
 6.98¢ per kWh  6.892¢ per kWh  7.151¢ per kWh

 

ComEd also has a Purchase Electricity Adjustment (PEA) in addition to their supply rate that can be a credit or charge to a ComEd account holder’s bill of up to 0.5 cents per kWh and the rate changes monthly.  Depending upon the PEA amount, the “all in” ComEd rate can range from 6.392 to 7.392 cents per kWh between June 2017 and September 2017 and 6.651 to 7.651 per kWh projected between October 2017 and May 2018. 

All resident and small business accounts currently in the program will receive a letter from ComEd titled “Electric Supplier Choice – Confirmation of Drop” informing you that your account will switch back to ComEd.  Again, no action is needed on your part. 

Click here to view a copy of the “Electric Supplier Choice – Confirmation of Drop” letter.

Please note: no one from the Village or the Village’s aggregation supplier will contact you by phone or in person. All communication about the Village’s program will be communicated through the mail.

Should you receive a solicitation from someone claiming to be associated with the Village or the Village’s supplier, report the solicitor to the Illinois Commerce Commission at www.icc.illinois.gov/complaints or (800-524-0795) and inform the Village.

Also, it is recommended that you not share your ComEd account number to a solicitor, unless you have decided to move to that supplier.  Unscrupulous solicitors are able to move your account if they learn the account number.

You may also select your own alternate supplier. Visit www.PluginIllinois.org to find a listing of offers from other suppliers.  When considering any solicitation or offer be aware of or avoid variable rates, early termination fees and additional monthly fees. 

For questions about the municipal electricity program expiring, you may contact the Northern Illinois Municipal Electric Collaborative (NIMEC) at 800-727-3820 or the Village at 847-392-6000. For additional information about electricity suppliers and ComEd’s rates, visit www.PluginIllinois.org.

 Key points to remember:

  • The Village’s municipal electricity program ends August 2017.

  • All resident and small business accounts currently in the program will be switched back to ComEd automatically. No action is needed. 

  • No one from the Village or the Village’s aggregation supplier will contact you by phone or in person.

  • For questions about the municipal electricity program expiring, you may contact the Northern Illinois Municipal Electric Collaborative (NIMEC) at 800/727-3820 or the Village at 847/392-6000.

  • To report an electrical outage or for questions pertaining to your ComEd bill, call ComEd at 800/334-7661.

*The average single family homeowner who stayed with the Village’s municipal electricity program since 2012 would have realized about $135 in savings and the community as a whole saved $3 million.