Following the passage of a 2012 voter referendum by a majority of voters, the Village of Mundelein contracted to procure lower-cost electric supply for residents and small businesses. The Village is currently under contract with Constellation NewEnergy, Inc.
Constellation NewEnergy, Inc.
Oct 2018 - Oct 2020: 7.499 cents per kWh, a fixed rate for 24 months.
A 100% renewable energy product is also available at a fixed rate of 7.599 cents per kWh for the same term by contacting Constellation at 844-252-3272.
All residents and small commercial retail accounts located within the Village limits will automatically be enrolled unless the account holder:
- Chooses to opt out as directed in the opt out notice; or
- Has already switched to another Supplier; or
- Is a participant in the Residential Real-Time Pricing (RRTP) hourly-rate program
There is no enrollment fee and no early termination fee to vacate the program at any time.
Residents receive one bill from ComEd includes the electric supply charges from Constellation. ComEd will continue to charge for delivery. The way you pay your bill, such as budget billing or automatic payment is not be affected.
To contact Constellation NewEnergy, Inc, please call 844-252-3272 or visit their website.
For questions regarding the Village Aggregation Program, please contact the Assistant Village Administrator’s Office at 847-949-3223.
Mundelein residents have the option to opt out of the Electric Aggregation Program and choose another electrical supplier. There are a number of state licensed electricity suppliers. See below for other options. The primary point of comparison is between the Electric Aggregation rate and the ComEd rate.
ComEd sets its electrical rate twice a year—spring and fall. The ComEd rate is also subject to a monthly adjustment (PEA charge) which can fluctuate up or down by a maximum of 0.5 cents per KWh.
There are a number of state licensed Residential Electricity Suppliers. You may be contacted by a supplier suggesting that you switch your electricity supplier. When considering such offers consider the pricing available from Municipal Aggregation and ComEd. Also, be sure to ask about termination fees, price guarantees, and your ability to change suppliers.