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Electric Aggregation Program
The Municipal Electric Aggregation contract with Dynegy Energy will be expiring in October 2021. Village resident and small businesses, who opted into the Municipal Electric Aggregation Program, will return to ComEd’s electricity supply after their October meter read date.
Letters from ComEd will be sent to customers shortly to confirm the switch along with the exact switching date. The Village will continue to watch the market and will conduct the bid process for electricity supply when pricing is more competitive so that our residents and small businesses can realize a savings. If you have any questions, please contact Rania Serences, Senior Purchasing Assistant, at 630-368-5164.
Before enrolling in the Program, you should evaluate the Village of Oak Brook aggregation rate to the rate you are currently paying for electric supply to determine if you would benefit from participation in the Program. You should review the terms and conditions associated with your current electric supply, or check directly with your current electric supplier, to determine if there are any penalties or fees associated with an early termination of your current electric supply agreement. Net Metering customers may forfeit credits for electric supply service and delivery service, or both, if they switch to the Aggregation Supplier.
Additional information to help you evaluate your supply options can be found on the Illinois Commerce Commission’s Plug In Illinois website: www.pluginillinois.org
Please view the Electric Aggregation Draft Plan of Governance here