Future Green saves your school valuable dollars by using environmentally responsible energy.

About Future green

Future Green Energy Consortium


The Future Green Energy Consortium is a joint initiative to provide members with renewable electric power solutions at no out-of-pocket cost to schools districts.


We are a nonprofit energy consortium created after Illinois deregulated and passed the Future Energy Jobs Act (FEJA). The number one priority of the organization is to advocate for Illinois school districts. We ensure school districts go to the front of the line to receive the lowest supply rates in the industry and get the benefits of government incentive programs.


Our ultimate goal is to ensure every district in the state has access to clean renewable energy at the lowest rates in their history.

Frequently AskED Questions

How Was Future Green Created?

FGEC is a not-for-profit initiative of the Illinois Association of School Administrators, the Illinois Association of School Boards, and the Illinois Association of School Business Officials.


These innovative organizations  joined together to provide their members with renewable electric power solutions that have a lower cost, stable long-term prices and are environmentally responsible.

Why Now?

Given the challenges of the recent global pandemic, coupled with the fact that roughly 75 percent of a school district’s budget is dedicated to personnel, it’s imperative for superintendents to find savings within the other 25 percent.


In addition, state and federal officials are taking action to ensure environmentally responsible energy solutions are implemented. 


New grant and incentive programs are being created and will soon be passed into law.

How does it Work?

When a member joins FGEC and switches their electricity service over, they immediately begin to receive anywhere from 5%-15% savings, on the current supply contract.


School districts will gain the maximum level of savings possible when we build your on-site renewable energy system.

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