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Chicagoans return to ComEd this fall

The City of Chicago has decided to end its two-year power deal with Integrys Energy Services—the largest of its kind in the country—after determining that residents would no longer save on their electric bills.   226 more words

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Utilities stand in the way of money-saving pricing plans

If there was a program that could reduce demand on the power grid AND lower your electric bills AND cut harmful pollution, you would think that was a… 180 more words

Electric Bills

Electricity updates: The good, the bad, and the ugly

The last 24 hours have been a whirlwind of electricity-related developments.  We’ve got some good news and bad news for Illinois consumers.

First, the good… 388 more words

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About 1,600 Affected By Downtown Power Outage

CHICAGO (STMW) — Service was restored early Thursday to the 1,600 ComEd customers who were left without power after an outage downtown near Lake Shore East Park Wednesday night. 90 more words

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ComEd Reduces Delivery Rates and Saves Millions for Illinois Customers

When you look at your electricity bill statement, most of us want to either cringe or jump up for joy if we’ve either gone under or over our monthly bill. 768 more words

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ComEd Reduces Delivery Rates and Saves Millions for Illinois Customers

Starting in January 2016, ComEd’s residential customers will save on their monthly bills thanks to company’s smart grid program.

When you look at your electricity bill statement, most of us want to either cringe or jump up for joy if we’ve either gone under or over our monthly bill. 768 more words

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Dynegy CEO: Springfield Should Not Hand Exelon a $300 Million Per Year Subsidy

The following OpEd by Dynegy CEO Bob Flexon is available at:

http://www.illinoisobserver.net/2015/04/14/op-ed-lawmakers-rush-hand-exelon-300-million-subsidy/

(Chicago) – OP-ED: Today, Illinois consumers enjoy a competitive electricity market that has provided choice and low-cost electricity. 451 more words

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