Duke Asks PUCO for Electric Rate Increase

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Possible Rate Hike For Ohio Residential Customers Duke Energy recently sent a request to the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO) for a rate increase of nearly 4%. If approved, customers could see a $4.50 increase to Duke Energy’s distribution charge on their monthly bills. But, what is that money going to go to? We’re going to […]

Energy Efficiency Incentives Coming Back to Ohio?

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Ohio Energy Saving Programs When Ohio law makers passed House Bill 6, the law gutted funding for utility programs to help customers save energy. It also stopped all such programs in late 2020. This ended rebates for things like smart thermostats, energy saving appliances, and insulation updates to homes. But last year, law makers repealed HB 6. […]

Do I Face a High Texas Freeze Bill in Ohio?

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Can My Electricity Bills Skyrocket Because Of A Storm? With all the talk of the Texas Winter Freeze, and a lot of keyboard debate about deregulated energy, it’s understandable to feel a little uneasy about what could happen in the snowy expanse of Ohio. Turns out, there’s a huge difference in the energy market of […]

Do Ohio Energy Providers Go Bust?

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What Happens To Customers When Energy Providers Fail February’s big Texas Freeze sent energy prices in the Lone Star state sky high. So high that Entrust Energy soon failed to pay what it owed in the electricity market for Ohio.  The news hit Entrust customers in three utility service territories. Since then, some customers worry they will be left in […]

Dayton Customers to Pay Higher Electricity Rates

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Dayton Power & Light Seeks First Rate Increase Since 2015 Dayton Power & Light (DP&L) customers may find themselves paying up to 11.8% more on their future monthly electric bills. On November 30th, 2020, DP&L applied to PUCO to update their distribution rates. Residential customers using an average 1000 kWh per month will see Dayton electricity rates increase from […]

Best 12 Month Electricity No Cancellation Fee in Columbus

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Find Cheapest Ohio Electricity Company Because businesses and schools in Columbus are closed because of Coronavirus (Covid-19) many people are staying at home using more electricity for work or entertainment. While PUCO has made it easier to deal with late electricity bills during this time, many people might well see higher monthly bills in the […]

Can’t Pay Ohio Utility Bill During Coronavirus?

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Coronavirus and Your Utility Bills —UPDATED—     03-18-20 The Coronavirus (or Covid-19) outbreak news over this weekend has left many working Ohio families wondering what’s going to happen in the wake of schools and many businesses closing. Folks want to know how they’ll make ends meet if they get laid off or must stay […]

2019 Hurricane Season, El Niño, and Your Ohio Electric Rates

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Are Your Ohio Electric Rates Hurricane-Ready? This year’s hurricane season is well underway. As Ohioan can attest from Tropical Storm Barry’s recent visit, storms like these are not to be taken lightly. Because of the combination of growing storm intensity and high regional demands for energy, tropical cyclones now cause wider-felt market disruptions. In turn, […]

Ohio Electricity Customers to Pay More for HB6?

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Electricity Bill Generating Worry for Ohio Renewables Generating company First Energy Solutions is in the midst of Chapter 11 reorganization. The company told state lawmakers that if doesn’t find a buyer for both Ohio nuclear plants or a way for them to generate a profit within Ohio’s competitive electricity market it will start closing them in […]

Ohio Electricity Plan Lessons From Customer Mistakes Part 2

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Recently, I was reading through some Ohio energy provider reviews and found several classic examples where customers made mistakes with their with their Ohio natural gas or electricity plans that wound up costing them more. In the interest of helping our other energy customers I’m sharing a few edited examples as common mistakes to show how […]