Danville residents will have chance to opt out of aggregation
DANVILLE — Residents will be getting letters in the next several days explaining the city's new electric aggregation program and how to opt out if they want.
In April, Danville voters authorized the city to seek lower electricity rates for eligible residential and small commercial retail customers by establishing an "opt-out" electric aggregation program.
In a bidding process, Homefield Energy was chosen as the alternative electric supplier.
Eligible residential and small business customers in the city will be automatically enrolled in the program and receive a rate for electricity of 4.33 cents per kilowatt-hour for the next 22 months unless they choose to opt out of the program by June 11.
Additional information and resources about the city's program can be found at the following link: http://www.homefieldenergy.com/Customers/Pages/Danville.aspx.