Electricity Consortium

The CLG electricity consortium provides an opportunity for member governments to jointly bid the electricity supply costs for their facilities and streetlights. The program started in 2010, and the first joint bid saved a combined $590,000 (or 40% of electricity costs for the participating communities). The deal was renewed in 2012 and again in 2014, which decreased energy costs by an additional 9%.

The most recent iteration of the CLG electricity consortium went into effect in May of 2017, dropping the jointly bid electricity rate from $.0466 to $.0445 for three years, and adding another $31,000 in savings to the already reduced costs that the governments have received since 2010. This most recent contract is for three years. CLG is interested in forming additional consortia for any government that is interested. Through our broker, Eagle Energy, member communities can also ask questions that are then answered in our newsletter. Please e-mail CLG This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you have a question about electricity supply.

 

Governments participating in our 2017 contract include:

 

Amberley Village

Village of Carlisle

Village of Fairfax

Village of Glendale

Village of Lincoln Heights

Little Miami Joint Fire/Rescue District

Village of Lockland

Village of Newtown

City of North College Hill

Village of Silverton