Electrical Aggregation

Electrical Aggregation

Section 1-92 of the Illinois Power Agency Act allows for the aggregation of electric load by municipalities and counties (i.e., government aggregation). This means a municipality or county can negotiate for the purchase of the combined electric supply of its residents and eligible small businesses.

Frequently Asked Questions

March 23, 2018- Stone River Group received 4 bids, including one that was the lowest in the State.

Aldermen Hoefle and Welch will bring Stone River's bids to Mayor Seth Goodman, who executes an agreement that will save the on average, $123.49 per year, per household.

One can calculate their savings by taking their electric bill and the number of kWH. If you use 800kWH (considered about the average per household) and multiply by 0.01245, you show a savings of 9.96 or an annual savings of $119.52. The actual average household was a bit higher.


The program is optional. No one has to agree to use this program.

It is an "opt out" program that will automatically be on your bill, unless you exercise your choice not to use it and go with Ameren or any other program you may be using.


Information is available on the following sites:
Logan County Current Statistics

Memorial Health System  - Includes daily statistics for MHS and a COVID-19 Risk Screening

Local Business Resources
Logan County Department of Public Health
Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH)
Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)



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