A further look at Electric aggregation
In the Cincinnati Enquirer on September 27th, an article indicates that “Indian Hill residents who participate in a cost-saving aggregate electric program will see their rates drop in October-and stay that way for three years”. This new agreement with Interstate Gas Supply (IGS) saves approximately 10 percent in electric costs for the 1,550 residences plus churches, schools and facilities in Indian Hill.
Is this sort of agreement something that Mariemont should look into? Should Mariemont even participate in this type of program? Would it be worth it to the residents?