Arlington Heights, Northwest Suburban Electricity Aggregation Referendum Results

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Electricity aggregation allows community leaders to pick a new power supplier for all residents and small business, who are in turn allowed to opt out, and stay with ComEd or Exelon energy. Either way ComEd still manages the infrastructure, delivery and billing, and is responsible for restoring power outages. Residents will be required to sign a multi-year contract if their community goes with a third-party supplier and the individual resident or business doesn’t opt out. The only risk to individuals and businesses is reported to be that ComEd could lower their rates after an individual or business signs on with the third party supplier, and subsequently miss out on the lower rates from ComEd.

Although results are not official, the following early early results show the following communities are likely to approve the measure:

Arlington Heights
Buffalo Grove
Crystal Lake
Hoffman Estates
Mount Prospect
South Barrington

Two communities apparently rejected the Electricity Aggregation Proposal:

Two communities too close to call:
Barrington Hills

The Village of Schaumburg did hold an electricity aggregation referendum.

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