Electricity Deregulation
In the Fall of 1999, electricity deregulation began in Illinois. Commercial and industrial customers in ComEd began taking advantage immediately. Beginning in September 2006, the deregulated market enabled customers of electricity to choose their supplier of choice, while the delivery of power would still be the responsibility of the power company.

The Illinois Power Agency began buying electricity for residential and very small commercial customers. Currently, the electric utilities in Illinois no longer own power plants and are strictly dedicated operation of distribution electricity to residents and businesses in Illinois.

For customers of any size in Illinois, the deregulated electricity market has allowed for customers to purchase low cost energy. Deregulation in Illinois has saved billions of dollars for its consumer. Each vendor and product offering should be carefully evaluated against the business requirements and goals.

If you are an commercial or industrial energy consumer, Midwest Energy is ready to assess your energy requirements and provide a complete report outlining competitive energy supply options and recommendations for your business.

Contact Midwest Energy for your free no-obligation analysis.


Contact Info

Midwest Energy Inc.
559 S Frontage Rd.
Burr Ridge IL 60527

Ph: 630-887-8881
Fax: 630-887-8884


Energy Anywhere in the USA

Midwest Energy, although based in Illinois, can provide electricity and natural gas services to any deregulated state in the U.S.A.


Municipal Aggregation Assistance

Midwest Energy can provide assistance in Municipal Aggregation to your community.