Post Tagged with: "aggregation"

Cincinnati dumps Duke Energy
Cincinnati Electric and Gas Aggregation / Duke Energy / Energy

Cincinnati dumps Duke Energy

CINCINNATI — “This is big news. The announcement is the culmination of a campaign that started last fall, when Ohio Citizen Action and Greenpeace ran a successful ballot initiative to allow the City to bargain for electricity on behalf of its residents. The voters passed the initiative by a resounding […]

Cincinnati Electric and Gas Aggregation / Energy / FirstEnergy

Cincinnati chooses ‘green’ energy co. for aggregation

CINCINNATI — “Cincinnati hopes its energy supply will soon be cheaper and greener.The city said Thursday it will be the first major city in America to choose a 100 percent ‘green’ electricity supply for its eligible residents and small businesses while saving as many as 53,000 households money through the city’s […]

Cincinnati becomes first major city to offer 100% green electricity to residents
Cincinnati Electric and Gas Aggregation / Energy / FirstEnergy / Victory

Cincinnati becomes first major city to offer 100% green electricity to residents

Cincinnati voters overwhelmingly supported 100% renewable energy as a priority (…)

Bidders line up to provide renewable energy to Cincinnati
Cincinnati Electric and Gas Aggregation / Energy

Bidders line up to provide renewable energy to Cincinnati

CINCINNATI — “The city of Cincinnati received proposals from seven companies willing to provide discounted rates on electric service using renewable resources. It’s part of an aggregation program authorized by Cincinnati voters in November and modified by Cincinnati City Council in February. Cincinnati is trying to become the largest city […]

7 areas pool electric demand
Cincinnati Electric and Gas Aggregation / Duke Energy

7 areas pool electric demand

HAMILTON CO — “Residents of seven Hamilton County municipalities will have the opportunity to save about 24 percent on the generation portion of their electric bills starting in May, under an aggregation agreement with Dayton-based DP&L Energy. The municipalities are the cities of Cheviot and Springdale; the villages of Amberley, […]

Cincinnati electric and gas aggregation bids due by March 27
Cincinnati Electric and Gas Aggregation / Energy

Cincinnati electric and gas aggregation bids due by March 27

CINCINNATI— In February, Cincinnati City Councilmembers unanimously passed a motion directing the city administration to include 100% renewable power as a part of the city’s request for proposals for residential and small business electric and gas contracts. The request was sent to all qualified electric and gas providers in the […]

Community Choice Aggregation lets cities buy (cleaner and local) electricity in Bulk
Duke Energy

Community Choice Aggregation lets cities buy (cleaner and local) electricity in Bulk

WASHINGTON, D.C. — “In 30 states, citizens have just one choice for their electricity service.  It’s like the old communist truism: ‘You can have any color car you want, as long as it’s red.’  What if citizens could collectively shop around for electricity in bulk to get lower prices and […]

Cincinnati exploring 100% renewable energy plan
Duke Energy

Cincinnati exploring 100% renewable energy plan

CINCINNATI — “Cincinnati is working on a new power aggregation deal right now that could lead to the entire city being powered from 100 percent renewable energy sources. The deal, city officials say, could be finalized within the coming months and be in place for consumers by summer 2012. Such […]

Duke Energy

Cincinnati Budget and Finance Committee unanimously approves renewable energy motion for city’s aggregation plan

CINCINNATI — This afternoon, the nine members of City of Cincinnati’s Budget and Finance Committee voted unanimously to approve a reworded motion urging the administration to choose suppliers who offer 100% renewable energy for the city’s new aggregated buying group. All members of the full city council are on the Budget […]

Dump Duke Energy, Cleaner is Cheaper
Coal / Duke Energy

Dump Duke Energy, Cleaner is Cheaper

CINCINNATI — “For years, Duke Energy executives and their Wall Street investors have made millions of dollars on the backs of Ohio energy customers, while poisoning the air with coal fired power plants. Two of these old coal plants, Miami Fort and Beckjord, sit on either side of Cincinnati and […]