Board to consider electrical aggregation
MORRISON – The Whiteside County Board soon will decide whether to put a referendum on electrical aggregation on the April ballot, now that its executive committee has voted to put the matter on the board’s agenda.
Electrical aggregation gives local government the authority to negotiate lower electricity rates based on the aggregated power needs of small businesses and community members who choose to participate.
Mike Mudge, a broker with Rock River Energy Services, told the committee Tuesday that if the referendum passes, he would bring the county bids from certified energy suppliers.
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