Regulatory changes in Illinois in August of 2007 established the means for local governments to aggregate their resident’s electric loads with voter approval. This act, working in conjunction with the state’s deregulated electricity market, allowed municipalities to solicit bids for aggregated residential and commercial loads. A local government association comprising of 32 cities, required assistance in developing, executing and maintaining their member aggregation program.


DaCott assisted the client in all aspects required to run and maintain a successful multimember aggregation program including education materials and forums, collection of data, market analysis, contract negotiation and continued support.