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Residents to receive electric aggregation letter
In the coming days, eligible West Chester residents will receive letters regarding the township’s electric aggregation program.
West Chester Township has again selected Dynegy as the electric supplier for aggregation customers with a guaranteed fixed rate of 5.17 per kWh through the December 2021 meter reading.
Doing nothing with the letter will enroll you in the electric aggregation program at this set rate. Voters established the program as an “opt-out” service at the ballot box in November 2005. These means eligible customers are automatically enrolled, unless they take action to “opt-out” of the program.
If residents receiving the notices do not want to participate and receive the rate offered by Dynegy, they should complete the detachable form that comes with the letter and mail to Dynegy by Monday, Nov. 18, or call Dynegy at 888-682-2170.
Customers can opt out of the program at any time.
For those who wish to participate, no action is needed. Members of the aggregation program will continue to receive one monthly bill from Duke Energy. Dynegy will be listed on your bill as the supplier of your electric.
After the new enrollment period, customers in the aggregation program will receive a confirmation letter from Duke Energy. To participate in the aggregation program, again, no action will be necessary.
In November 2005, West Chester voters authorized the Township Trustees to form a governmental aggregation program to negotiate a favorable price and terms for natural gas and electricity supply for township residences and businesses. Savings are not guaranteed in the program.
For more details on West Chester’s aggregation program, visit www.westchesteroh.org/government/township-administration/aggregation.