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Community Choice Aggregation (CCA), also known as Government, Municipal, or Community Energy Aggregation, is a program that allows local governments in Ohio, Illinois, and New Jersey to gain group buying power and choose an energy supplier like Energy Harbor to serve their communities. Community Choice Aggregations have proven to be an effective means for many municipalities to provide more competitive rates on gas or electric generation to their eligible residents and small businesses.
Please review the eligibility requirements exclusive to each community if interested in an aggregation. If your home or small business falls outside the geographic boundaries of participating communities, your small commercial account exceeds annual usage limitations, or you have a special arrangement with your utility, you may not be able to join. If you’ve recently received a community aggregation notification from NOPEC or another supplier then you are not able to join a seemingly overlapping or neighboring program such as a township or county program.
Energy Harbor will review your enrollment request for eligibility. If unable to participate in the selected aggregation, Energy Harbor will provide a notice of your ineligibility and, where possible, inform you if Energy Harbor serves another community for which you are eligible.
For a comprehensive list of eligibility requirements and the benefits of aggregation, review our Frequently Asked Questions