What are the different types of aggregations?

In Ohio, there are two types of aggregations. A community may conduct an "opt-out" program or an "opt-in" program. With opt-out programs, each eligible resident is automatically enrolled in the program unless they notify the supplier that they do not wish to participate. With opt-in programs, each resident must notify the supplier to actively enroll in the program. Opt-out aggregations are the most common types of aggregation programs because they result in higher participation that usually results in lower rates.

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1. What are governmental natural gas aggregation programs?
2. What are the benefits of gas aggregation?
3. What are the different types of aggregations?
4. What does a community need to do to become an aggregator?
5. What are the key steps in an opt-out aggregation?