Ameren customers, did you know your electric company wants to jack up your rates by $206 million? Sign a petition to fight the Ameren rate hike.
Haven't submitted your photo for the "I Love CUB" Photo Contest yet? We're extending the deadline until October 8th! Snap a photo of you or a loved one in front of a community landmark (library, statue, town hall-- you name it) and send it to email@example.com
for the chance to win $300.
ComEd's parent company is pushing for market changes to boost the revenue for its nuclear power plants by $580 million. "If that's going to be their ask, they'll be getting all the profits without any of the risk," CUB's David Kolata told Crain's Chicago Business. "That would be an awfully hard hit to consumers."
Kitchen work can really crank up your electricity bill. Read CUB's tips for an energy efficient kitchen to make those high bills "toast"!
Power generator Dynegy wants a change to the electric market that would slam Ameren customers with higher power bills. Consumer advocates are saying not so fast! "We shouldn’t change the market rules to get them higher profits," CUB Executive Director David Kolata said.
Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan's office and CUB have secured a $46 million refund for consumers, after ComEd agreed to a settlement. The settlement was approved by the ICC today.