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Average Rates & Usage in Akron

In March, the average electricity rate in Akron was 11.78¢ per kWh. The average households monthly electricity usage was 758 kWh, making the average bill around $89.

based on EIA Data as of June, 2020

All Electricity Plans in Akron

Plan Name
12 months
4.79¢ per kWh
12 months
4.78¢ per kWh
12 months
5.12¢ per kWh
6 months
4.69¢ per kWh
12 months
5.29¢ per kWh
12 months
5.99¢ per kWh
12 months
5.42¢ per kWh
12 months
6.90¢ per kWh
12 months
6.99¢ per kWh
24 months
6.39¢ per kWh
6 months
4.98¢ per kWh
36 months
6.18¢ per kWh
6 months
4.68¢ per kWh
24 months
6.59¢ per kWh
6 months
5.28¢ per kWh
24 months
5.97¢ per kWh
12 months
8.59¢ per kWh
12 months
5.29¢ per kWh

4.99¢ per kWh
11 months
5.19¢ per kWh
9 months
5.09¢ per kWh
18 months
5.49¢ per kWh
18 months
5.47¢ per kWh
18 months
5.59¢ per kWh

Recent Customer Reviews

Controls my bills! So worth it!!!

I had a young lady come to my door, she explained I had a daily rate and it allowed me to use up to 10,00KWH for electric and 1000ccf for gas, which allowed me to use more without the pricing spiking. My bills have been consistent and Im not surprised month to month. Now if the utilities could lower the stupid delivery fees then that would be nice.

Definitely worth it!

Brittany from Grove City, Ohio
June 26th, 2020

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Other information about electric service in Akron

Akron, Ohio is located in Summit County approximately 40 miles south of Lake Erie. Ranking as the fifth largest city in the state of Ohio, Akron proper has a population of almost 200,000 residents while the Cleveland-Akron-Canton metropolitan area in total has population of over 3.5 million people.

Long known as the Rubber Capital of the World through the 1900s, Akron has a diversified economy although it is still very centered on manufacturing and technology. In the last 20 years, Akron has garnered the tag, "Polymer Valley" and is home to more than 400 polymer-producing companies.

First on the list is Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens, the former home of F.A. Seiberling, the co-founder of The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company. Stan Hywet is the one of the most important remaining examples of an American Country Estate built by the wealth created during the Industrial Age at the turn of the twentieth century.

The Akron Zoo is very nice and for those wanting to take in the arts, the Akron Art Museum and the Akron Civic Theatre are both highly recommended. For the kids at heart (and for the whole family) check out the Soap Box Derby at Derby Downs. Fun for all.

Akron is a unique city that continues to mesmerize those who visit and participate in the local festivities around town during the year.
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