Notices will be mailed on June 1, 2017 with a response deadline of June 22, 2017. Ratepayers receiving an opt out notice need do nothing to be automatically enrolled. Ratepayers not currently enrolled in Wood Dale’s program, but who are enrolled with a supplier in their own private contract will receive informative, opt in notices.
All residents and small businesses will automatically be enrolled unless they:
- Choose to opt out as directed in the opt out notice; or
- Have previously switched to another alternative Supplier; or
- Participate in an hourly-rate program
Please note: No one will ever come to your home or call to enroll you in the City’s program. Should you receive such a call from a person purporting to represent the City, MC Squared, or ComEd, take the solicitor’s information and contact the Illinois Commerce Commission at their Consumer Services Division complaint line: 800-524-0795.
Your Electricity Rate: As an eligible member of this program, you will receive the mc2 electricity supply price of 6.69 cents/kWh through your July 2018 meter cycle. There is nothing you need to do in order to participate. mc2 will automatically process your enrollment. For additional information, please see the enclosed “Terms and Conditions” and “Uniform Disclosure Statement”.
Opt Out Option: You have 21 days from the postmark date on this notice to Opt Out. For your convenience, you may either Opt Out by returning the enclosed Opt Out card or by calling 1-855-419-5460 Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. by June 22, 2017. In addition, you can cancel your agreement at any time with no termination fees. Upon cancellation of the contract, you may return to ComEd or enter into an agreement with another supplier. For additional information view the enclosed “Terms and Conditions” and “Uniform Disclosure Statement”.
If you do not Opt Out of the City’s Aggregation Program, you will be deemed to have authorized and agreed to your enrollment in the electricity Aggregation Program, and to have your electricity supply service with mc2 under the “Terms and Conditions” enclosed.
Billing and Service: Your billing and service will remain the same. You will continue to receive a single bill from ComEd and continue to be eligible for all ComEd payment options, including e-bill, automatic bill payment and budget billing. ComEd continues to be responsible for the wires, poles, and all emergencies, including outage restoration.
For more information, please email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or call mc2 at 1-855-419-5460, Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.
Residents can find alternative priced rates from other suppliers and additional information regarding municipal aggregation at the State of Illinois’ website: www.PlugInIllinois.org .
Residents with questions can call our consultant, NIMEC, at 1-800-727-3820.
To report an electrical outage, or for questions pertaining to your ComEd bill, call ComEd at 800-334-7661.