Who is eligible for the program?
  • Your local utility company must be AEP Ohio/Ohio Power
  • You must be a resident or business owner located within the City limits
  • You must not be a Percentage of Income Payment Program (PIPP) customer
  • You must not be in arrears on your bill payment
  • You must not be a mercantile customer (commercial accounts using over 700,000 kilowatt-hours (kWh per year)
  • You must not be a commercial customer with a peak demand of over 199 kilowatts.

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1. What is aggregation?
2. How is the City able to choose a certified electric generation supplier on my behalf?
3. Who will be our supplier for the electric program?
4. Is our price for power fixed, or does it vary?
5. What if I’m with another supplier and would like to join the City’s program?
6. Who is eligible for the program?
7. How did the City develop such a program?
8. Does the City benefit from the program?
9. Will small businesses, schools and churches be eligible?
10. Does this affect my distribution charges or the wires coming to my home?
11. What is the toll-free number for questions?
12. Where can I learn more about electric deregulation and assistance programs?