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Like many other Illinois communities, Galesburg voters recently approved electric aggregation, whereby residents and small businesses in a community join together to purchase electric supply in bulk, at discounted rates. The vote was cast in November, and since then community leaders have been shopping around for a retail electricity provider by sending out bids to …Read More

The retail electricity provider, FTR Services has announced its entrance into Ohio’s deregulated electricity and natural gas market.
Jumping on the cleaner energy bandwagon, the company promises to supply affordable clean-burning natural gas and 100% green electricity to customers in deregulated areas across the state that opt for its services. Customers will also receive a 5% …Read More

The 2011 debt ceiling crisis and the 2012 fiscal cliff debates caused much of a stir in the renewable electricity and energy efficiency sectors. With the threat of losing Federal tax credits and other incentives, many companies and residents alike hesitated to invest in renewable energy and energy efficient improvements and technologies.
Leaving all politics aside, …Read More