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Edgerton Energy Program Tossed About

The Edger­ton Vil­lage Coun­cil on Mon­day night, moved toward par­tic­i­pat­ing in a village-wide energy effi­ciency pro­gram.

Accord­ing to the Bryan Times, Coun­cil Pres­i­dent Trevor Weaver met with a rep­re­sen­ta­tive from Effi­ciency Smart (ES), the non­profit pro­gram pre­sented to coun­cil at its last meet­ing. That’s a ser­vice of Amer­i­can Munic­i­pal Power to pro­vide infor­ma­tion and tech­ni­cal ser­vices designed to help in the reduc­tion of energy con­sump­tion. The aver­age cost per house­hold for the sub­scrip­tion ser­vice will be between $1.40 and $2.50 per month.

Accord­ing to Weaver, ES guar­an­tees to meet a level of energy sav­ings and if that level isn’t met, res­i­dents receive a rebate of their fees.

Cur­rently, Edger­ton must pur­chase energy on the open mar­ket, and ES says effi­ciency gained by their pro­gram will be able to reduce that need.

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