"The town has gone out to bid for energy suppliers, looking to put into motion a plan that could save money for local electricity customers.
Deputy Town Administrator Jamie Hellen said the state Department of Public Utilities has approved Franklin's municipal aggregation plan, which has the town seeking alternative suppliers and, hopefully, lower rates for its residents. He said the bidding process began on Oct. 7, and the town hopes to have preliminary pricing within the next few days.
"(This) week is where the rubber meets the road," he said. "We'll see if there are savings, and what the savings might be."
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