Website puts a number on your electrical savings
Bill payers can measure real benefits of aggregation move
Morris residents can now go online to see how much money they have saved by the city joining the Electrical Aggregation Opt-Out Program.
In April 2011, a referendum passed to allow the city to take bids on electricity supply for the city’s residential and small commercial use. People still receive their electricity bills from ComEd because ComEd is still the distributor, but the city now tells ComEd from where to get the electricity.
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