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Milestones: Maywood Senior Helps Raise $250 For Flint Water Effort | Cops Commended For Catching Burglars | Mayor Completes Juvenile Justice Seminar

George Robinson speaks during an April 19 village board meeting, where he was recognized by Maywood Fire Chief Craig Bronaugh, below left, for his efforts at raising more than $250 for the residents of Flint, Michigan. 540 more words

Community Notebook

Smart Meter Enabled Demand Charges: “No Way to Live”

by K.T. Weaver, SkyVision Solutions

Proponents of smart meters justify them primarily based on assertions that consumption feedback to consumers will help them conserve energy in support of sustainability goals.   911 more words

Smart Grid, Smart Meters, And RF Emissions

Bill Would Drastically Change Way ComEd Charges Customers

CHICAGO (CBS) — A bill set to be in front of a state legislative committee Thursday could increase your electricity bill.

CBS 2’s Marissa Bailey explains, the way you are charged for electricity could change dramatically. 220 more words


Pricier LED Lightbulbs Can Actually Pay Off In Long-Run

CHICAGO (CBS) — Energy saving LED light bulbs are a hard sell because they can cost five times more than other bulbs, but believe it or not, they can also put money back in your pocket. 328 more words


ComEd Offering Financial Assistance To Customers Facing Extended Hospital Stays

CHICAGO (CBS) — ComEd has expanded a program that helps military families, veterans, seniors, and others who have trouble paying their electric bills, while at the same time warning the program won’t continue unless lawmakers approve a rate hike. 189 more words


ComEd To Install Nearly 400 Energy Efficient Streetlights In Maywood

Tuesday, April 19, 2016 || By Michael Romain 

ComEd officials will install energy efficient, smart-ready LED lighting on more than 380 ComEd-owned streetlights throughout Maywood, the company announced on Tuesday afternoon. 239 more words


It May Be Cheaper To Switch To ComEd, Chicago Area Consumers Are Discovering

(CBS) — If you switched your electric companies thinking the grass was greener away from ComEd, it may be time to check your bill.

More than 60 municipalities in northern Illinois have switched back to ComEd, leaving the alternative provider. 196 more words