CHICAGO | Illinois is buying more renewable energy than any other state in the nation, which has reduced pollution by the equivalent of removing a million cars from the road over the past few years, according to a report released Friday by national and state environmental groups.
LYNWOOD | Lynwood officials approved an agreement with an energy aggregation consultation firm during a special meeting on the morning of Dec. 26, the first step toward a future referendum that could give village government permission to negotiate lower electricity bills for residents.
LANSING | Village officials have an agreement with a Norwalk, Conn.-based company to provide electricity to local residents at a rate 11 percent less than what Commonwealth Edison would charge.
LANSING | Village officials said Tuesday they hope residents will start seeing lower utility bills by this summer as a result of their vote last week in favor of electricity aggregation.
LANSING | Village officials who want local residents to give them permission in Tuesday’s municipal elections to negotiate a group rate for utility bills brought in a consultant to address the concerns of residents who had questions about electricity aggregation.
LANSING | In most municipal elections, the political battle for mayor or village president is the draw.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | In hopes of welcoming a major retailing establishment to the northeast corner of Lincoln Highway and Western Avenue, the City Council on Monday began seeking proposals for the purchase and development of 6 acres of city-owned property at 20937 Western Ave.
CALUMET CITY | Residents should receive by Monday letters informing them of the potential benefits of electricity aggregation, and the process they need to follow if they do not wish to be included.
CALUMET CITY | Residents will have the chance in coming weeks to decide if they want to be included in the city’s plan to reduce electricity rates for them through the process of aggregation.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | The City Council recently approved a consulting agreement that could lead to significant savings on residents' electric bills.
CALUMET CITY | The City Council plans to hold public hearings Monday and Thursday, as well as a special meeting later this month to accommodate anyone with lingering concerns about the city's plan to negotiate a lower electric utility rate for residents.
CALUMET CITY | Solicitors are trying to get Calumet City residents to sign up to get electric power from different companies, and that has city officials concerned.
CHICAGO | Speed is a priority in Chicago's tentative timeline for electricity aggregation, an energy buying plan aimed at saving consumers money.
CHICAGO | After Tuesday's referendum, the phrase power broker has a whole new meaning for the city of Chicago.
Electricity aggregation, a process by which municipal governments negotiate bulk rates for electricity for all of their residents to try to achieve lower bills, was a popular concept at the polls Tuesday.
CHICAGO | Aggregation can save you money on your electric bills. But you have to vote for it on Election Day.
LANSING | When voters turn out at the polls on April 9 to pick a village president, a clerk and three trustees, they’re also going to choose whether they want municipal officials to negotiate lower electricity rates.
LANSING | Voters may get a chance in April to decide if they want to lower their utility bills through electricity aggregation, and Village President Norm Abbott said a delay to next year was a deliberate choice.
LANSING | Voters in Lansing may get their chance to have a say on electricity aggregation in during the April 9 election.
CALUMET CITY | Mayor Michelle Markiewicz Qualkinbush was pleased Thursday to see the City Council vote in favor of putting the issue of electricity aggregation to voters.
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