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John O’Rourke, from Good Energy, will be holding two discussions on the Medford Community Electricity Aggregation program at the Medford Senior Center located at 101 Riverside Drive.

  1. Monday, December 16th, from 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. 
  2. Tuesday, December 17th, from 1:00 – 2:00 p.m.

All are welcome to attend.

Contact: Deanna Deveney,; 781-393-2405
July 10, 2019

City of Medford Municipal Aggregation Plan Approved

Mayor Stephanie M. Burke is pleased to announce that the City of Medford received an Order from the Department of Public Utilities (D.P.U.) approving the City’s Municipal Aggregation plan.

The goal of the Municipal Aggregation program is to provide eligible residents and businesses with competitive choice, longer term price stability and more local renewable energy options for their electric supply.

The Medford City Council initially moved forward with the authorization to develop and implement a Municipal Aggregation program. At that time, the City partnered with aggregation consultant, Good Energy, to develop and administer the program. With Medford’s plan now approved, our consultant is currently working with suppliers to receive optimal pricing. The program is currently expected to launch in Winter 2019. Additional information will be made available in early Fall.

“By negotiating electric supply cost as a City, I am optimistic that the residents of Medford will receive an overall cost-saving benefit on their electric bill,” said Mayor Stephanie M. Burke.

As a reminder, there are private companies with no association to the City of Medford’s Municipal Aggregation program that are actively soliciting Medford residents and business for their electricity supply business. If you receive a personal call or visit about your electricity supply or renewable energy, be aware that these solicitations are in no way affiliated with the City of Medford and/or the City of Medford Municipal Aggregation program. No one representing the program, or the City of Medford will ever knock on your door, send unauthorized mailings, call or solicit you regarding the city’s program.