Municipal Electric Aggregation

On December 11, 2012, the Niles Board of Trustees an approved a resolution to authorize a referendum regarding municipal electrical aggregation.
Electrical Supply
Residents were asked if the Village of Niles should have the authority to arrange for the supply of electricity for its residential and small commercial retail customers who have not opted out of such program. The purpose of this program is to combine (aggregate) electricity service for the residents and small businesses in Niles in an attempt to save money on utility bills.
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On April 9, 2013, a referendum was approved by residents to allow the Village of Niles to create an opt-out municipal electric aggregation program for eligible residential and small business customers (less than 15,000 kilowatts per year).

Eligo Energy

On April 25, 2017, the Village of Niles conducted an online auction for electric suppliers and determined that Eligo Energy offered the most competitive rate, which was more favorable than the ComEd rate to compare. The rate for the Village of Niles electrical aggregation program in effect from June 1, 2017 until August 31, 2018 is $0.0686. Most recently, the Village executed an extension with Eligo for three years, until September 2021.

Eligo Energy offers an electricity supply rate of $0.0686 per kilowatt hour through August 2018. After August 2018, Eligo's rate is $0.0759. If at any time ComEd drops their rate below Eligo's program in Niles, Eligo will match the lower ComEd rate.

If you would like additional information on this program or to enroll, please contact Eligo Energy at 312-260-0885 or 888-744-8125.

Additional Information

Residents who do not wish to participate in the municipal aggregation program can opt-out at any time with no penalty or fee by calling Eligo Energy at 312-260-0885 or 888-744-8125.

For more information, please contact Eligo Energy at 312-260-0885 or 888-744-8125.

For more information on how to read your ComEd Bill, please visit the ComEd website or view this video.