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Government Aggregation

Illinois law allows municipalities and counties to arrange for the purchase of electricity supply on behalf of residential and small business customers of investor-owned electric utilities.

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Corporate authorities of a municipality may consider aggregation or implementation of a municipal utility tax.

  • Aggregation - Residential and small commercial retail electric loads located, respectively, within the municipality. They may solicit bids and enter into service agreements to facilitate for those loads the sale and purchase of electricity and related services and equipment.
  • Municipal Utility Tax - Municipalities who are interested in implementing a municipal utility tax can utilize this program to verify all premises within the municipality's jurisdiction and receive an estimate of tax revenue based on the premises authenticated.
Corporate authorities of a township board may aggregate residential and small commercial retail electric loads located, respectively, within the township. They may solicit bids and enter into service agreements to facilitate for those loads the sale and purchase of electricity and related services and equipment.
Corporate authorities of a county board may aggregate residential and small commercial retail electric loads located, respectively, within the county. They may solicit bids and enter into service agreements to facilitate for those loads the sale and purchase of electricity and related services and equipment.
Government authorities whose responsibility include reporting eligible State tax exemptions and/or verifying the status of customers currently listed with Gas Energy Efficiency Rider (GER) exemptions are able to access this web program to electronically notify effective and termination dates of State exemption(s).

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