Electric Aggregation for Sudbury Residents

Published June 8, 2016 | Energy and Sustainability Committee | Updated October 18, 2016 | Automatically Archived on 7/30/2016

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In May of 2015, Town Meeting voted to allow the Selectmen to enter into an agreement with an electric aggregator to supply electricity to all residents who choose to participate.  An important element of the process leading to approval of the aggregation plan of a municipality by the DPU is to allow for review of the aggregation plan by its citizens. In order to comply with the law, citizens will have a time period to submit written comments and a public meeting to offer oral comments. That time period began on June 28th, 2016 and will close on the 26th of July, at the selectmen’s meeting.  Attached is the aggregation plan for the Town of Sudbury.  The public is encouraged to comment on this plan, and offer any comments, concerns or suggestions. This plan is also available at the Town Clerks office. The public is invited to attend the public hearing at the Selectmens meeting on July 26th to offer any comments and/or ask questions.  Please reply back to the Energy Committee with comments. The email is:  [email protected]