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2. Provides maximum flexibility: Since the City's aggregation program has no early termination fee (unlike many individual contracts), residents are free to come and go with no restrictions and no charges.
3. Supports renewable “green” energy sources. Renewable Energy Credits (RECs) for 100% of electric usage by program participants supports “green” electric generation from renewable sources such as hydro, wind, solar and methane gas, etc.
In addition, unlike those customers who are still receiving their electricity supply from ComEd, you will not be automatically switched over to the new electric power supplier. You may also be subject to early termination fees or other restrictions with your current provider. It is best to check with your provider to better understand any restrictions or policies that might apply, should you decide to “opt in” to the City’s program.
ComEd urges customers to contact the utility immediately if they are experiencing a power outage. To report an outage, customers can call 800-EDISON1 (800-334-7661), or report it through their website or Facebook. Spanish-speaking customers should call 800-95-LUCES (800-955-8237).
Customers can text OUT to 26633 (COMED) to report their outage and receive restoration information. Customers also can follow us on Twitter or on Facebook to stay up to date on the latest ComEd storm restoration information. ComEd has also introduced a mobile app for iPhone and Android smart phones that gives customers the ability to report power outages and manage their accounts. ComEd Website
7.515 cents per kWh for one year beginning in October 2020.
Visit http://www.pluginillinois.org/FixedRateBreakdownComEd.aspx. The ComEd rate can fluctuate month-to-month, depending upon the variance of the PEA.