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April 07, 2012

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I don't understand the references to "green energy". No utility is supplying 100% "green"energy. I also love how everyone jumps on the bandwagon of how this deregulation is going to "save money". Part of the cost that Ameren Cilco passes on, is the cost of non-payment of utility bills. By law they can't shut someone's power off during the winter or during a heat wave so they have to eat the bad dept when a resident doesn't pay. These "new" companies don't have the deadbeat customers and they aren't going to pick up them either as they will decline to take on someone with bad credit. Someone is going to have to service the people that won't pay so eventually this bad dept will have to be picked up by someone or Ameren Cilco, if left with only non-payers will pull out of this market.

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