Why did I receive a letter that asks me to opt-in?

Because all residents of a community may not be automatically eligible for the opt out aggregation program because they have already contracted with an alternative generation supplier, those residents would not receive an opt-out letter. Instead, those residents may receive an “opt-in” letter, also known as an endorsement letter, which lets the resident know that the City is beginning an aggregation program and they have the ability to join during this period of time. All such notices include the disclaimer that the resident should contact their current alternative supplier to determine the terms and conditions, and if they would incur an early termination fee for switching to a new supplier.

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1. What is energy aggregation?
2. How is my community able to choose a certified generation supplier on my behalf?
3. What do I need to do if I want to be included in governmental aggregation?
4. If I join my community’s governmental aggregation program, who will deliver my power, read my meter, bill me, and respond to emergencies, such as power outages?
5. What does “opt out” mean?
6. What happens if I do not send in the opt out form?
7. Can I opt out of the program at a later date?
8. What are my energy supply choices if I decide to opt out?
9. Why did I receive a letter that asks me to opt-in?
10. Are all residents of the community automatically eligible for the opt out aggregation program?
11. Can I enroll even if I currently purchase my electric and/or natural gas from another supplier?
12. What are the benefits of energy aggregation?
13. What does energy aggregation cost the City?
14. Is there a renewable energy option?