Residents and small businesses in Chicago who signed up for coal-free electricity bundling are getting 5% of their power from in-state wind farms, city officials say. Since the program began in February, more than 750,000 residents and small businesses have saved nearly $21 million in utility bills, officials say. "By supporting Illinois wind farms and eliminating coal from the city's portfolio, Chicagoans will build a cleaner, healthier environment for our children," Mayor Rahm Emanuel said.

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