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Rhode Island Energy Aggregation Program
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The Rhode Island Energy Aggregation Program (REAP) is a consortium of 36 Rhode Island cities and towns which are organized under the auspices of the League for the purpose of purchasing electricity and other energy related services from energy power suppliers at the lowest possible prices and with the highest quality of service.

Since its inception in July 1999, the program entered its third phase in January of 2012 when the league initiated a preferred provider arrangement where the selected vendor priced electricity for each city and town based upon the load factors of each municipality. Also, each entity was allowed to contract for periods of one to four years. Cost savings of 20% to 30% effective in January were realized by all cities and towns. REAP has saved its 36 member cities and towns and several other municipal entities over $38 million in their costs for electricity and has become the most successful municipal aggregation program in the nation!

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