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Columbus Energy Review Committee Announces Public Meetings

May 11, 2014 by  
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The citizen advisory group created to provide guidance and recommendations regarding energy aggregation announced its public meeting schedule today. The Columbus Energy Review Committee will determine whether the City of Columbus should create a local buying group for natural gas and electricity. The group will hold public meetings to learn from nearby communities who have engaged in energy aggregation about the benefits, expectations, and experiences. The committee is asked to provide a recommendation to Mayor Michael B. Coleman and City Council President Andrew J. Ginther as to whether the energy aggregation option should be posed to the voters of Columbus.

 

The meeting schedule is:

 

Wednesday, May 14, 5:30-7:30 pm

Columbus Public Health

240 Parsons Ave.

Topic: Introduction to the Benefits of Municipal Aggregation

Friday, May 16, 10 am-Noon

Dodge Recreation Center

667 Sullivant Ave.

Topic: Ohio Cities’ Experiences with Aggregation

Friday, May 30, 10 am-noon

Whetstone Recreation Center

3923 N. High St.

Topic: Renewable Energy

Friday June 6, 10 am-noon

Barack Recreation Center

580 Woodrow Ave.

Topic: If necessary

Friday June 13, 10 am-noon

Columbus City Hall- Council Chambers

Topic: Final meeting and recommendations

 

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