|2021-03-02 来源： 中国石化新闻网|
NOAC当前与Volunteer Energy的协议将于2021年5月到期。NOAC的能源顾问Palmer Energy最近向11个供应商发布了针对住宅和小型商业客户的建议书请求。NOAC收到了五份为俄勒冈州的住宅和小型商业客户提供低成本天然气的提案。
曹海斌 摘译自 原油新闻
Oregon Approves Contract with Natural Gas Suppliers
Oregon City Council recently approved a customer supply agreement for the provision of natural gas to residential and small commercial customers as part of the Northwest Ohio Aggregation Coalition (NOAC).
The city has been a Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO) certified governmental aggregator since 2000 and has offered various programs to residential and small commercial users over the years.
The city’s membership in NOAC, along with several neighboring communities, has resulted in an estimated savings to all NOAC residential and small commercial participants of $1.1 million on the current contract.
“For many years, Oregon has been part of an aggregation coalition for both natural gas and electricity,” said Administrator Mike Beazley at a meeting on Monday. “We feel very good about how that has worked for our residents. It is one of the very few things that government can do that actually puts money in our residents’ pockets. We literally save tens of millions of dollars for the regional population through this partnership.”
NOAC’s current agreement with Volunteer Energy expires in May 2021. NOAC’s energy consultant, Palmer Energy, recently issued a Request For Proposals (RFP) for residential and small commercial customers to 11 suppliers. NOAC received five proposals for the provision of lower-cost natural gas to residential and small commercial customers in Oregon.