Council Hears Presentation From Second Energy Aggregator

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As part of the exploration into the possibility of participating in an energy aggregation program, the Livingston Township Council on Monday heard a presentation from Gabel Associates of Highland Park. The company is an energy environmental and public utility consulting firm. The Council had previously heard presentations from another company, Good Energy, which also presented a public forum on the proposed project.

As a result of the Government Energy Aggregation Act, which was passed in the state in 2003, municipalities are allowed to become the “aggregator” of their residents’ energy supply. This allows municipalities to seek bids for cheaper energy rates. Good Energy had concluded that an energy aggregation program could save Livingston households an average of $80 per year.

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