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Posted on: July 12, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Public Hearings: Electric Aggregation Program

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As part of its ongoing sustainability efforts, the City is working to create its own 100 percent renewable electric aggregation program to be effective starting January 2023. The City will hold two public hearings for residents to learn more and ask questions about this proposed City-operated Electric Aggregation Program Plan of Operation and Governance (find background information below). 

These meetings are: 

The meetings will be held in person at Shaker Heights City Council Chambers (3400 Lee Road); residents can also attend by Zoom. Click a meeting time above for the Zoom link.

Meeting Documents


View frequently asked questions about the new program.


On November 7, 2000, City of Shaker Heights voters passed a ballot measure which authorized the City to form an opt-out Governmental Electric Aggregation program for the purchase of electricity on behalf of the residents of the City. 

The City intends to adopt a Plan of Operation and Governance, pursuant to Section 4928.20 of the Ohio Revised Code, and develop its own opt-out electric aggregation program following the procedures set forth in Ohio Revised Code Section 4928.20. 

The Plan of Operation and Governance will describe services provided, professional assistance used, determination of rates, opt-out procedures, customer billing procedures, credit procedures and customer account enrollment/termination procedures. 

All eligible customers who receive electric supply service from the Illuminating Company will be included in the City’s aggregation program. If an acceptable electric supply offer is received by the City for this program, eligible customers will receive a mailing notifying them of the program rates, terms and conditions and their right to opt-out.


Questions? Email the City's Law Department or call 216-491-1440.

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