Village Aggregation Programs
The Village of East Canton has operated an electricity and natural gas opt-out governmental aggregation for many years. Community Choice Aggregation (CCA), also known as Government, Municipal, or Community Energy Aggregation (depending on the state), is a program that allows local governments to bid and choose an energy supplier for their communities. Community Aggregations have proven to be an effective means for many municipalities to provide exclusive pricing on gas or electric rates for residents and small businesses and support the sustainable energy goals of the community. Aggregation programs are currently authorized in seven states; however, most of these CCA legislations were passed by voters in the early 2000s, which is often why so many people aren’t aware of Community Choice Aggregation or that their community participates in such a program. Energy Harbor services three of those seven states: Illinois, New Jersey, and Ohio.
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