Glencoe residents who have joined the North Shore Electricity Aggregation Consortium have saved nearly $80 over the last two months, according to a village official.
Since consortium started supplying electric power to the village in June, , according to William Jones, assistant village manager for Glencoe.
For the year, Jones expects the average customer to save $596 for a total savings of some $1.6 million throughout the village.
Through the intergovernmental agreement, the consortium has been working together since December.
The other consortium members are Deerfield, Highland Park, Lake Forest, Lake Bluff, Northbrook, Park Ridge and Skokie.
The total savings for all eight communities the last two months has been $2,838,785, according to a news release from the consortium. A savings for all customers for the first year is expected to be approximately $25 million.
For people who opted out of the program, they can contact the provider, MC Squared at: 888-808-7731 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. More information is available on the consortium’s website.