The city’s agreement with ComEd to provide electric utilities to 1.2 million Chicago customers comes to an end on Dec. 31, 2020, giving the city the first chance to renegotiate terms in 20 years. Aldermen laid out some potential areas for demand in a hearing Wednesday, including more minority participation.

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