For Immediate Release
ComEd Media Relations
ComEd residential customers to receive about a $14 credit during October thanks to the Future Energy Jobs Act
CHICAGO (October 10, 2017) – October is National Energy Awareness Month and ComEd is encouraging customers to take advantage of offers within the ComEd Energy Efficiency Program to help them save on energy costs this fall.
As temperatures cool off this fall, customers in Illinois typically increase the temperatures on their thermostats to maintain the comfort level in their homes. With cooler temperatures on their way, now is the perfect time to explore energy efficient plans that can help save energy and money while keeping homes warm.
Thanks to the Future Energy Jobs Act (FEJA), energy legislation that passed late last year to help pivot Illinois to the new clean economy, ComEd customers also will see a credit of about $14 on their October bills. The credit, which was requested by ComEd and approved by Illinois Commerce Commission in late August, is the result of the new Energy Efficiency funding mechanism established by FEJA. The new Energy Efficiency Plan starting in 2018-2022 will create more than $4 billion in consumer savings.
Here are few energy efficient offers that are available for ComEd customers:
ComEd also offers bill-payment assistance programs for customers who are experiencing hardship. To apply for the Residential Special Hardship grant, customers are encouraged to visit a local LIHEAP agency.
For more information on the ComEd Energy Efficiency Program, visit ComEd.com/HomeSavings for residential customers and ComEd.com/BizSavings for business customers.
Commonwealth Edison Company (ComEd) is a unit of Chicago-based Exelon Corporation (NYSE: EXC), the nation's leading competitive energy provider, with approximately 10 million customers. ComEd provides service to approximately 3.9 million customers across northern Illinois, or 70 percent of the state's population. For more information visit ComEd.com, and connect with the company on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.