Elgin energy rates
Northwest of Chicago, Elgin is the eighth-largest city in Illinois. With a population of over 112,000 and a climate that tends toward freezing temperatures in winter, it’s imperative that the citizens of Elgin be given access to affordable sources of energy. The energy market in Elgin is now deregulated, allowing consumers a choice of power providers.
In the past, Elgin energy rates were divided into summer and winter prices, with a higher rate payable by all consumers from October to May each year. Flat-rate packages are now available and you can find Elgin electricity prices that range from 6.39 to 9.99 cents per kilowatt hour.