Electric Aggregation Program

Anderson Township Trustees approved a rate contract renewal with Dynegy Energy Services as the continued provider in the township’s electric aggregation program.

At the February 20, 2020, Board of Township Trustees meeting, Anderson’s trustees accepted a fixed rate for services in the program, which was approved by voters in the November 2016 election.

Rates approved are $0.0498/kWh for regular energy, or $0.0508/kWh for renewable energy, down from $0.0539/kWh and $0.0549/kWh respectively.  The prior rate was in effect from 2017 to 2020. These new rates will begin with the July 2020 meter read and continue for three years, ending in July 2023.

Opt-out notices for eligible customers were mailed in May. Residents had 21 days to respond to the notice, plus a seven-day rescission period, according to Mark Magna, Facilities Manager with Anderson Township. 

Anderson Township does not receive any financial benefit through this program.

“This is proving to be exactly what we hoped for; an opportunity for residents to save money, yet also allowing a resident the freedom to choose their energy provider” said Trustee President Josh Gerth.

A helpful question and answer sheet covering details about the program is available . Click on the “Quick Links” section. For specific questions about the electric aggregation program, or to sign up or exit the program, call the township’s broker, Energy Alliance at (513) 794-5555, ask for Jaime Martin.