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Frequently Asked Questions in Dayton

What plans does Energy Harbor have in my area?

In your area, Energy Harbor offers the following electricity plans: The average rate of a 12 month fixed-rate electricity plan in your area is around 7.7¢/kWh, ranging from 6.1¢/kWh to 11.5¢/kWh.

What is the average cost of a 24 month electricity plan in the city of Dayton, OH?

The average rate of a 24 month fixed-rate electricity plan is around 8.5¢/kWh, ranging from 7.1¢/kWh to 9.6¢/kWh. Popular plans in this range are

For 6 month plans, the average rate of a 6 month fixed-rate electricity plan is around 6.9¢/kWh, ranging from 6.9¢/kWh to 6.9¢/kWh. Popular plans in this range are

What plans does Direct Energy have in my area?

In your area, Direct Energy offers the following electricity plans: Live Brighter Lite 24 starting at 15.9¢/kWh, Live Brighter Lite 12 starting at 16.5¢/kWh, Live Brighter 1K+ 24 starting at 17.2¢/kWh, and Live Brighter 12 starting at 20.4¢/kWh. The average rate of a 12 month fixed-rate electricity plan in your area is around 7.7¢/kWh, ranging from 6.1¢/kWh to 11.5¢/kWh.

Local Electricity, and Natural Gas information for 45490

Electricity and local information about 45490

With a population of people, 45490 is Ohio 1220th most populated zipcode and covers 0.00 square miles in Dayton.

Area codes in 45490 include 937.

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 AES Asks to Suspend CRES Switching

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AES Upgrade to Pause Switching

AES may suspend switching electricity providers. Learn why and how your electricity bills could be affected.
AES Ohio wants to briefly suspend provider switching. But what if you need to shop providers when the shoulder months start? We've got you covered!

This spring, the AES Ohio Customer Information System is getting upgraded to smooth out billing and related systems to better serve their customers. But for AES to do this, they will need to suspend enrollments for new providers entering the market and even switching consumers to retail providers. Given the enormity of the project, consumers could experience delays and hiccups anywhere from mid-February to May 1. And those could cost you more on your Dayton electric bill.

AES Switching Pause May Cost You More

Most interruptions will run from late March into early April. Those Dayton electricity consumers who try to switch providers will need to wait longer for AES to electronically process the change. Similarly, providers will not be able to set up accurate dates for starting or ending service during this period. For some customers, it means they could wind up paying a higher rate for a week longer than they'd like to. It's also possible for these delays to cause mistakes so customers think they've been slammed.

But the big inconvenience for shopping is that this pause comes at the beginning of the spring shoulder months, when rates are usually low! What do you do if need a new plan? Shop and switch now. If you compare rates Apples To Apples, these three are the cheapest rates in the AES Ohio service area right now.

Ten Months Of Electricity Savings

Public Power starts us off strong with their Electric 10 Month Standard Fixed Rate. At just 6.59 cents per kWh, this plan is 4.21 cents per kWh lower than the AES Ohio price to compare. There’s no early termination fee and no monthly charge. Before the contract ends, Public Power sends out a renewal notice with your new offered rate. If you don't respond, your contract automatically renews at the new rate. So be sure to shop around.

With AES pausing provider switching, you'll want to shop and compare electricity rates now to save more on your energy bill.
Start switching to plans with rates lower than AES Ohio now so you can save more on your energy bill.

The Cheapest Fixed Electricity Rate

At just 6.54 cents per kWh, the TrueSimple 6 from APG&E is a great rate for a short term plan and is ideal for college students or anyone looking to shop shoulder month prices. However, there's a $1.99 monthly recurring charge and it comes with a $100 early termination fee. You'll save a ton over the price to compare, but be sure this plan is for you.

Switch To An Excellent Deal

Energy Harbor is one of our silver-tier companies with amazing ratings across the board. At 6.69 cents per kWh with their Safe Harbor 10 plan, you can save around 4.11 cents per kWh over the PTC. There’s no early termination fee or monthly fee too. Energy Harbor will send you a renewal notice 2-3 months before the contract ends. If you do not reject their offer, your contract automatically renews. If you cancel, they return you to AES unless you choose another provider.

Start Switching Now From the AES Rate

Grabbing a new rate now could save you a bundle before AES starts putting in its new system. You may also avoid getting stuck with a provider who may be charging more than what you can get right now. So jump on those savings now. You can check out all the plans in the AES Ohio area at