Woodcliff Lake considers energy aggregation to save residents money
May 9, 2013 – PASCACK VALLEY COMMUNITY LIFE
The Woodcliff Lake Borough Council is exploring the idea of implementing government-private energy aggregation in the municipality that could carry an annual savings of more than $1 million for borough residents on their electric bills, energy consultants said this week.
Bergen County, 11 other towns to save $1M in energy costs with bulk purchases
JUNE 16, 2012 – THE RECORD
Officials in Bergen County and 11 municipalities figure they will save about $1 million in energy costs this year by pooling their bulk purchasing power and negotiating a competitive rate for electricity.
Medway reducing energy use
NOVEMBER 29, 2012 – MILFORD DAILY NEWS
Medway is well on its way to achieving the 20 percent energy reduction required by the state’s Green Community program, despite officials’ concerns that the town may not reach that target.
Lancaster commission weighs energy-purchase plans
FEBRUARY 3, 2012 – SENTINEL & ENTERPRISE
The Energy Commission has a tough choice ahead in determining whether it will proceed with either Colonial Power Group or GridSmart Energy in the town’s quest for municipal aggregation, according to commission member Andrew Detsikas and Town Administrator Orlando Pacheco.