Mayor Emanuel announces new electricity savings deal for residents

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Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced Sunday that he has negotiated an electricity rate that is expected to save up to $24 million for Chicago residents and small businesses.

The deal is in partnership with Integrys Energy Services, for the second half of the City’s aggregation agreement.

Starting in May, Emanuel says customers will begin to see an average annual savings of $34, compared to the ComEd rate.

Chicago is the largest city in the country to buy electricity in bulk for its residents and businesses.

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  • 57ml

    Crains is reporting an 18% increase coming down the pipe to chicago. Someone here has it wrong or the rahmster is practicing his usual spin doctor talent

  • guest

    He is playing United Nations ball by selling the people out to the Cryptocrats and raking in the percentage to do an Agenda 21 makeover on Chicago with your taxes and private monopolies.
    So,,,, what else is new?

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