After considering municipalization, Ann Arbor officials are instead working with local lawmakers on a bill to authorize community choice aggregation.
Ballot Issue 1 could lower the Ohio capital city’s greenhouse gas emissions by nearly a fifth, according to supporters.
A new report finds cities and towns are lowering residents’ electric bills and emissions by negotiating for green power.
Four municipalities have passed resolutions calling on state lawmakers to pass community choice aggregation legislation.
Several groups want lawmakers to follow the lead of neighboring states and adopt community choice aggregation.