The Village has managed an electrical aggregation program for Village residents since 2013. The program solicits pricing from energy suppliers based on the potential usage of residential accounts in order to try and provide a competitive price and option for residents to consider in comparison to the default ComEd rate. Residents have had the option to opt-out of the program and select either the default rate with ComEd or choose an alternate supplier. The program to date has resulted in savings of about $300.00 to the typical North Aurora resident and overall the program has achieved $1.5 million in total savings since its inception.
The Village’s current aggregation program expires in October 2019. The Village recently entertained bids to renew the program but unfortunately no bids were received with pricing below the ComEd rate.
Given that the submitted aggregation prices all came in above ComEd’s current effective rates the Village will be temporarily suspending the aggregation program and returning residents to ComEd. Please be advised that residents will see their first ComEd-supplied bill in November and ComEd will be issuing notice of this change. If you have any questions please feel free to contact Village Hall at 630-897-8228.