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Crystal Lake Electric Aggregation Program 

All City of Crystal Lake residents and small businesses have been automatically enrolled unless they:

  1. Chose to opt out during the opt out period
  2. Have previously switched to another Alternative Supplier
  3. Participate in an hourly-rate program

The City receives a bulk electric supply rate that is available to residents and small businesses; this is called electrical aggregation. Crystal Lake has provided the Electric Aggregation Program since 2012.

The City recently renewed the program and contracted with Dynegy Energy Services for a 24-month period. This began in October 2018 and will end in October 2020. During this time, there will be a fixed rate of 7.098¢ per kWh.

Electric Supply Rates

ComEd rate*

For current rate information, please click here.

Crystal Lake program fixed supply rate with Dynegy (Traditional Program)

7.098¢ per kWh
(October 2018 – October 2020)

 Crystal Lake program fixed supply rate with Dynegy (Renewable Power Program)

7.188¢ per kWh
(October 2018 – October 2020)

*The ComEd rate may change based on a variable charge or credit, called the Purchase Electricity Adjustment (PEA). 

The Illinois Commerce Commission offers more information about energy deregulation in Illinois and energy supply choices online.

Contact Information

For questions about your electric account, please call the City of Crystal Lake aggregation program supplier, Dynegy Energy Services at (844) 351-7691.

If you require additional assistance, call NIMEC at (800) 856-3404 to leave your question and callback number. You will be contacted within 24 hours regarding the issue.

To report an electrical outage, or for questions pertaining to your ComEd bill, call ComEd at (800) 334-7661.

FAQs

  • If I am automatically enrolled in the program now, can I leave the program at any time?
  • What defines an eligible resident or small commercial account (commercial account consumes less than 15,000 kWh per year)?
  • Can I still have my payment automatically deducted from my bank account?
  • How can I enroll?
  • I am enrolled in low-income assistance program. Will that be affected?
  • I’m on ComEd’s budget billing plan. Will that change?
  • Is any of the energy in the Traditional Program generated from renewable “green” sources?
  • What is ComEd’s 6-month “hold” requirement?
  • Who should I call if I have service problems?
  • Will someone come to my home or call to sign me up?
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