Community Choice Electricity Aggregation Presentation Video Now Available
On April 3, 2012 the City of Evanston hosted the first of three public hearings on their draft Plan of Operation and Governance in support of Community Choice Electricity Aggregation. On March 20, 73% of Evanstonians voted in favor of have the City negotiate electricity supply on their behalf under Community Choice Electricity Aggregation. The Plan of Operation and Governance is a document that outlines the city’s purpose and requirements for the Aggregation Program and is required by the enabling law, the Illinois Power Agency Ace, 20 ILCS 38855/1-92.
Approximately 20 community members attended the hearing, which included a presentation by the city’s Sustainable Programs Coordinator Catherine Hurley. Following the presentation, approximately half of the attendees made a formal remark or asked a question. Comments on the Plan of Operation and Governance will be incorporated prior to being presented to the Evanston City Council on April 10, 2012. The city will hold one more public hearing, Monday, April 8, 2012 at the Lorraine H. Morton Civic Center, Room 2200. View Power point presentation here>>>