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Average Rates & Usage in Columbus


In March, the average electricity rate in Columbus 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 Columbus


Plan Name
Company
/
Rating
Length
Price
12 months
4.98¢ per kWh
12 months
5.29¢ per kWh
12 months
5.29¢ per kWh
12 months
5.39¢ per kWh
12 months
6.59¢ per kWh
12 months
5.69¢ per kWh
6 months
4.98¢ per kWh
36 months
6.14¢ per kWh
6 months
4.88¢ per kWh
12 months
7.29¢ per kWh
24 months
5.99¢ per kWh
6 months
5.33¢ per kWh
24 months
5.91¢ per kWh
12 months
7.59¢ per kWh
12 months
5.09¢ per kWh
12 months
5.39¢ per kWh
12 months
5.49¢ per kWh
6 months
4.69¢ per kWh
6 months
7.99¢ per kWh

Month-to-Month
3.99¢ per kWh
11 months
5.19¢ per kWh
9 months
5.19¢ per kWh
18 months
5.69¢ per kWh
18 months
5.58¢ 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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Columbus, Ohio is located in Franklin County in the middle of the state of Ohio, providing easy to access for everyone within the state. Named for the famous explorer Christopher Columbus, it has steadily grown in size and population since it was founded in 1812. Boasting a population of 860,000 (as of the 2016 census estimates), it is by far the biggest city in the state.

The sprawling city covers almost 213 square miles, making it one of the largest in the region. Thanks to the incorporation of several nearby areas, the Columbus metropolitan area spans several counties. It is positioned between two rivers, giving it a great advantage in terms of trade.

In addition to being the corporate headquarters for five of the top fortune 500 companies in the United States, Columbus has a great many of the local sites for residents and visitors to enjoy. These include taking in a game at Ohio State University, visiting the Columbus Zoo, one of the finest in the country, checking out the Franklin Park Observatory, maybe visiting the seat of state government at the Ohio State House, and enjoying a little shopping at Easton Town Center.
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