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Electrical Aggregation Savings

Please click HERE to view your power rate compared to the newly released ComEd rate, your savings percentage, the annual savings for the average homeowner and the community wide savings for the next year.

Purchased Electricity Adjustment (PEA) - June 2011 through September 2015
Purchased Electricity Adjustment (PEA) - June 2011 through June 2015

Orland Park vs ComEd Rates, September 2015 Savings Analysis
Orland Park vs ComEd Rates, August 2015 Savings Analysis
Orland Park vs ComEd Rates, July 2015 Savings Analysis
Orland Park vs ComEd Rates, June 2015 Savings Analysis
Orland Park vs ComEd Rates, May 2015 Savings Analysis
Orland Park vs ComEd Rates, April 2015 Savings Analysis
Orland Park vs ComEd Rates, March 2015 Savings Analysis
Orland Park vs ComEd Rates, February 2015 Savings Analysis
Orland Park vs ComEd Rates, 2014 Savings Analysis

Electricity Solicitations Are Not  Part of Village’s Program
In late February, a supplemental opt out mailing was sent to all eligible resident accounts not currently enrolled in the village’s Electrical Aggregation Program. This included those who recently moved to the village and residents whose contracts with other suppliers have expired.  Read on...

Some Electrical Aggregation Participants Receive ComEd Letter
Some of the participants in the Village of Orland Park’s Electrical Aggregation Program received notices from ComEd stating that their accounts were being dropped and changed back to ComEd. Others received “confirmation of rescind” notices from ComEd.

In March, the Village of Orland Park chose First Energy Solutions as its new electricity supplier.

“We’ve had a number of phone calls at the Village Hall in response to the letter,” said Orland Park Village Manager Paul Grimes.

“The notices were sent because of an inadvertent and premature transfer of some of the village’s accounts by First Energy, which prompted ComEd’s system to send out the letters,” Grimes explained.

Participants in the village’s electrical aggregation program will be automatically transferred from the village’s current supplier to First Energy Solutions in May. No further action is required on the part of those in the program unless they choose to opt out of electrical aggregation.

“We’re doing everything we can to get the word out to let people know that they don’t have to worry about the letter and that they’ll be automatically transferred to the new supplier,” Grimes said.

Information has been posted on the village’s website and social media outlets with news releases sent to the local media explaining the mailer.

The village’s electrical aggregation program will continue to offer significant savings on residents’ electric bills with Orland Park having one of the lowest electric rates in the region. ComEd will continue to provide electric service and billing with First Energy Solutions being the program’s electric supplier.

A special hotline has been established at the Orland Park Village Hall inviting residents with questions to call 708/403-5005.

Question and Answers - First Energy Solutions Talking Points 

Apology Letter from FirstEnergy Solutions to the Residents of Orland Park

Electrical Aggregation

llinois law allows municipalities and counties to purchase electricity on behalf of residential and small business utility customers within their borders. Electrical aggregation --- which means the Village of Orland Park buys electricity in bulk at a discounted rate --- came to the village in 2012.

Electric power is produced by a company other than ComEd with ComEd continuing to supply electricity over its electricity grid. ComEd customers who are part of the purchasing group are billed by ComEd and continue to contact ComEd with service needs.

On March 3, 2014, the Village Board of Trustees authorized the Village to enter a new three-year agreement with FirstEnergy Solutions Corporation as the lowest price supplier, starting on meter-read dates in May, 2014.  That fixed rate is 6.46 cents per KWh.

Residents and eligible small business accounts are automatically enrolled unless they have already changed to an alternate supplier or are in a residential real time program (RRTP). There is no cost to enroll.

Since electrical aggregation came to the Village of Orland Park in August of 2012, participants in the program have saved more than 40% on home electric bills.

For more information, contact FirstEnergy Solutions at 1-888-651-5200.

Electric Aggregation Program Frequently Asked Questions
Check out this very helpful informational question-and-answer sheet regarding the Electrical Aggregation Program with FirstEnergy Solutions.

Calculating Your Savings

Now that the village has completed the Municipal Aggregation Program, residents are enjoying their lower electric rates. Northern Illinois Municipal Electric Collaborative (NIMEC) has created a website to help village residents “see” their savings. It takes about 30 seconds to calculate your monthly / annual savings.

My ComEd Bill is an easy to use site for residents to “see” their savings. 

Master Power Supply Agreements
These are the agreements by and between the Village of Orland Park and the companies that have been authorized as the Village's supplier to provide full requirements of electricity supply services for the Village's Electric Aggregation Program.  View the Master Power Supply Agreements

Energy Aggregation Consulting Services
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News Releases
April 22, 2014 - Village Electrical Aggregation Participants Receive ComEd Letter

March 6, 2014 - Village Selects New Electric Supplier

December 18, 2013 - Village's Electrical Aggregation Program Saves Residents Money

May 10, 2012 - Orland Park Board Chooses Illinois Based Electrical Aggregation Company
April 3, 2012 - Electrical Aggregation Proceeds in Orland Park
January 23. 2012 - Village of Orland Park to Hold Community Electrical Aggregation Meetings