Kinmundy Residents Approved to Vote on Electric Aggregation in April Election
AGE will be the city's consultant and will pay all costs to education the public about electric aggregation. If the vote is successful, AGE will receive their payment through the successful bidder for electric service. Contracts would be for 24-months; however citizens will have the option to opt out of the program. Bob Wilt with AGE approached the Council last week at their City Council meeting regarding electric aggregation.
While only Ameren electric customers will be able to benefit from lower electric rates, those who are on the Tri-County Electric System will still be able to vote.
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