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Electricity aggregation supports renewable initiatives

The Village has extended its electricity aggregation contract with Chicago-based MC Squared Energy Services, LLC (mc2) through December 2025. The contract ensures aggregation participants will never pay more than those customers whose electricity is supplied by ComEd. In addition, the contract will provide monthly revenue for the Community Choice Aggregation Fund, used to support priority renewable energy and energy efficiency projects identified within Climate Ready Oak Park, the community’s sustainability, climate action and resiliency plan.

About aggregation…Electricity aggregation allows municipalities to bundle residential and smaller business accounts, then use competitive bidding to seek lower rates from alternate suppliers. Aggregation does not alter the actual delivery of electricity, which is provided by ComEd. In fact, consumers have the option of choosing from retail electric suppliers approved by the Illinois Commerce Commission. Officials urge those who elect to choose an electricity provider from the state’s list to read the fine print carefully. Contracts may contain unexpected fees and penalties to cancel. Find answers to frequently asked questions related to electricity aggregation at

Sign up for Community Solar…Oak Park residents and small businesses can also sign up to participate in the Village’s Community Solar program, which allows subscribers to support clean energy generation in Illinois and reduce their monthly electricity bills without installing or maintaining solar panels on their property. Visit for more information and to sign up.