Electrical Aggregation Opt Out Notices
Published on April 10 2014 3:27 pm
Last Updated on April 10 2014 3:27 pm
Written by Greg Sapp
The City of Effingham's 18-month electrical supply agreement is going to expire in May of this year.
City Administration Jim Arndt issued a release that the City, along with numerous cities in central and southern Illinois went out for bid again for these services last September. As a result of the bid process, the City agreed to renew with Homefield Energy for an additional two years. Per the winning bid, in June the new electrical supply rate for all program participants will be $.0448 per kilowatt hour.
All Effingham residents will be receiving an opt out notice within the next few weeks. In order to continue their participation in the program, residents do NOT need to do anything. If a resident desires to discontinue their participation in the program, they can submit the notice as directed. They will then be returned to Ameren as their energy supplier.