DeKalb Township seeks electrical aggregation
DeKALB – DeKalb residents who missed out on savings to their electric bills last summer will have another chance in April to vote on an electrical aggregation referendum.
The DeKalb Township Board voted unanimously to place a referendum for electrical aggregation on the April ballot and give the roughly 3,000 residents outside DeKalb’s city limits the same opportunity for savings on their power bills as city residents.
DeKalb city residents approved electrical aggregation in March 2012 and are locked into rates of 4.64 cents a kilowatt hour compared with ComEd’s 8.03 cents per kilowatt hour, saving roughly $23 a month.
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