Rotary Learns About Electric Aggregation

President Angela Rowe and Alicia Hill.

The Harrisburg Rotary held their weekly luncheon meeting on Monday, September 26, 2016 at Ponderosa.  Angela Rowe’s guest speaker was Alicia Hill of Select Energy.  She says the city of Harrisburg can save on their electricity bill by voting yes for electric aggregation on the November ballot.  The city of Harrisburg, if the vote is yes, will have the authority to arrange for the supply of electricity for its residents and small commercial retail customers who have not opted out of such a program.  Once passed, public meetings will be held to inform the public and get public input on the plan.  The city will seek bids and award a contract to a competitive supplier ONLY if their rate is lower than Ameren’s.  If a person doesn’t want to participate, the person can opt out.  The average person normally will save approximately 35 percent.  Approximately 40 area communities participate in the electric aggregation program.  Shown in photo are President Angela Rowe and Alicia Hill.
Photo by James D. Bond, Rotary Publicity & SI Dollar Saver Publisher

President Angela Rowe and Alicia Hill.
President Angela Rowe and Alicia Hill.


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