Information Regarding Your Electric Bill

In order to continue to receive the benefits of the Central & Southern municipal aggregation program, the best option is to do nothing

Many residents in the Central and Southern electricity service area have received confusing communications suggesting that they must soon make a choice to change their supplier. This is not accurate.

To be clear, your community has already selected a competitive supplier, Constellation NewEnergy, to support the municipal aggregation program starting in February 2023. Constellation NewEnergy’s rate will be $0.1189 per kilowatt-hour (kWh) and will remain fixed for 22 months, compared to Ameren’s Basic Service rate of $0.12236/kWh. Ameren’s Basic Service rate changes twice per year. You will receive an opt-out letter from your municipality with information regarding the Program.

Central and Southern customers participate in a municipal aggregation program that combines the purchasing power of several communities to secure reliable, cost-effective power for approximately 130,000 homes.

At a time of turmoil and rising costs in the energy markets, municipal aggregation offers customers reliable power at a stable cost. Since May, Central and Southern customers have saved about $60 per month.

As customers receive letters and notices over the next few months, the best option is to do nothing and continue to receive the benefits of municipal aggregation.

City of Olney
City of Robinson
City of Salem
Crawford County
Richland County

Village of Aviston
Village of Beecher City
Village of Hutsonville
Village of Oblong
Village of Palestine