City of Jacksonville reaches new electricity aggregation agreement

By Gary Scott on April 5, 2016 at 1:00pm

City officials are announcing that Jacksonville has signed a new electricity aggregation supply agreement through the regional buying group managed by Good Energy.

According to a press release, residents and eligible small businesses will receive opt-out notices regarding the program this month, as is required when a new agreement is established. The deadline to opt out is April 21st.

Homefield Energy will continue to be the program’s electricity supplier for a term through June of 2019. Jacksonville’s new price of 6.007 cents per kilowatt-hour will remain fixed through the three-year term.

For more information, you can view the city’s press release by clicking below.

Jacksonville 2016 News Release