Dominion Energy’s latest attempt at a time-of-use program has earned some praise from solar advocates.
The public advocacy group Illinois PIRG says ComEd has dragged its feet on offering tools or programs to help customers unlock savings from smart meters.
Evergy and Ameren Missouri are both rolling out optional time-of-use rates to customers as they install smart meters.
A proposal from the state’s Citizens Utility Board wants to make anonymous data open to third-party researchers.
The Illinois utility’s pilot program will offer three separate rates that will save money for customers who avoid peak hours.