In August, Grove City Council voted in favor of placing an electric aggregation measure on the ballot for the Nov. 3 General Election. If Grove City voters elect to pass Issue 10, the city will move forward to seek wholesale bids from clean energy generation electricity suppliers on behalf of residential and small business electricity users combined as a large buying group, potentially resulting in lower rates.
National energy consulting firm Aspen Energy, retained by the city of Grove City to assist with community education, will provide a brief education on electric aggregation for voters through webinars at 7 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 15 and 2 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 27. The firm will address questions from attendees following the presentation.
To learn more about electric aggregation or Issue 10, register for the online education at bit.ly/gcWebexMtg or view the webinar live online through the city’s Facebook page @GroveCityOhio. If unable to attend, access the city’s website, www.GroveCityOhio.gov, to view the recorded webinars including answers to frequently asked questions following the events.
Direct additional questions about electric aggregation to Aspen Energy consultants Jay Sell (ext. 234) or Joe O’Shaughnessy (ext. 205) at 614-884-5300.