Quincy City Council selects energy aggregation consultant
8 months ago by Denise Donley
Citizens must pass referendum to implement aggregation
The City Finance Committee sent to the administration a recommendation for an energy aggregation consultant at Monday night’s meeting.
SIMEC was chosen as the consultant for the upcoming referendum.
Finance Committee Chairman Steve Duesterhaus says they outweighed their competition.
“There’s no cost involved unless we sign a contract in the end of the process and it falls under the Professional Services portion of the City code,” says Duesterhaus.
He adds, “The administration will, unless something comes up, form a contract with SIMEC to proceed.”
After a successful referendum, SIMEC would hope to have residents in the aggregation program by January, the latest February of 2013.
For more information about SIMEC and electric energy aggregation, click here.