ComEd Notices

by The City of Palos Heights


In 2012, the City adopted an ordinance to allow for the aggregation of electric load in order to negotiate lower electric rates for its residents along with other municipalities. At the time, ComEd’s rates were very high in comparison with other electric providers. On average, residents who had “opted-in” saw a savings of around $300. Over the past couple of years, ComEd has become more and more competitive and their rates have dropped significantly. The City’s current contract with Homefield Energy expires in July 2017 and the City will not be renewing the contract.   Residents are being notified by ComEd that they will automatically be switched back to ComEd at that time. This of course is your choice as a resident. If you wish to compare provider rates and change to another provider, you may do so at