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Power Talk: Go Green La Grange hosts Presentation on Municipal Aggregation

Citizens Utility Board (CUB) discusses the background of municipal aggregation in Illinois and the opportunities it provides.

Where does our electricity come from?  Go Green La Grange welcomes Citizens Utility Board (CUB) to help us learn about the sources of our electricity and the opportunities offered by municipal aggregation.

 

Municipal Aggregation of Electricity

Sarah Moskowitz, Outreach Director, Citizens Utility Board (CUB)

Thursday, January 31st, 7pm

La Grange Public Library

 

CUB, a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization which represents the interests of residential utility customers across Illinois, will discuss:

  • Background on municipal aggregation in Illinois
  • Options for supporting renewable sources of electricity
  • Long-term opportunities offered by municipal aggregation
  • Other energy-related developments brewing in Illinois

 

Questions?  Contact Go Green La Grange at info@gogreenlagrange.org

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