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45132 Electricity, and Natural Gas Information

Zip Stats for Highland 45132

Covering approximately 0.18 square miles and containing a population of 262 people, 45132 is Ohio 1078th most populated zipcode.

Area codes in 45132 include 937.

4 Cities Nearest to Highland

Smaller Zipcodes in Highland

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What People In Highland Are Choosing

Name Term Price
Safe Harbor 12 12 0.0¢
SureLock 24 24 0.0¢
Home 12 Month Fixed 12 0.0¢
18 Month Home Natural Gas Plan 18 0.0¢
12 Month Fixed 12 0.0¢
1 Month Variable 1 0.0¢
24 Month Fixed Rate 24 0.0¢
OH Frontier Online Premier Gas-12 12 0.0¢
RescueLock 12 12 0.0¢
12 Month Fixed Rate 12 0.0¢
Annual Clean Energy Plan 12 0.0¢
SureLock 12 12 0.0¢
Fixed-Rate Gas 12 12 0.0¢
36 Month Home Natural Gas Plan 36 0.0¢
24 Month Fixed 24 0.0¢
OH Frontier Online Premier Gas-6 6 0.0¢
Home 24 Month Fixed 24 0.0¢
12 Month Fixed 12 0.0¢
36 Month Fixed 36 0.0¢
Safe Harbor 36 36 0.0¢

Recent Customer Reviews around Highland

Overall Rating
Initial Review
I originally applied and received approval to switch my energy supplier to Energy Harbor. For unknown reasons, with a call to Energy Harbor, it was discovered that AEP directly cancelled the service. The rep I talked with found me a less expensive rate for a longer period of time and I submitted the application. The only reason I didnt give five stars to each item is because I have yet to be told that my newest application is approved so I dont know how I would rate each item for sure until Im actually a customer. So far, so good.
  • Clark Family
  • Columbus, OH
  • June 16th, 2023
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News Posts Around Highland

How Big Is Ohio Solar?

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PUCO recently approved 425 megawatts of utility scale solar power projects in Ohio and rates are expected to go lower.
Sounds expensive? PUCO recently approved 425 megawatts of utility scale solar power projects in Ohio —and rates are expected to go lower.

What's the future for solar energy in Ohio?

With it’s long and dreary winters, you might not think of Ohio as a booming market for solar energy. But with several massive solar projects recently approved and announced in the Buckeye state, that is about to change. The announced projects which will be located primarily in southwest Ohio, the sunniest part of the state, will more than double green energy capacity in Ohio.

Difficulties with solar energy in Ohio.

If you have looked into the cost of installing solar panels to your home and found the initial price too high to justify, you may be wondering how solar power can reduce Ohio electric rates. It’s true that residential solar costs are tough to swallow, but on a utility scale, production costs go down considerably. According to Lazard’s levelized cost of energy, coal costs $60-143 while solar costs $46-53 on a utility scale per MW. On average, that makes solar half the cost of coal. Solar is not without its issues for cheap energy in Ohio. Compared to other parts of the country, sun exposure in Ohio is quite a bit less. The NREL Solar Irradiance data shows Ohio gets 4-4.25 kWh of sunlight per meter per day, where the southwest gets 5.75 kWh/m/day or more. This means that solar panels in Arizona will produce about one-third more electricity than panels in Ohio. But even with less available sunlight, solar is still a cheap and efficient choice for electricity in Ohio. At half the cost of coal to produce, it is easier to approve than wind power with virtually no concern for environmental impact.

Public demand for renewable energy driving investment in solar projects.

The recent push for solar energy in Ohio is a direct response to public demand for renewable energy. In Vinton County, the Ohio Power Siting Board (OPSB) recently approved a 125 MW solar energy project with the capacity to power 15,000 homes. Hecate Energy has filed a pre-application with the OPSB for a 300 MW solar energy project in Highland County. AEP will provide grid interconnection infrastructure for many of these projects, and already has approval from the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio to begin construction on transmission lines. Not only do these solar projects make cheap energy more available to Ohio suppliers and energy customers, but they also create thousands of jobs and increase the state's GDP by millions of dollars.

Ohio solar projects and cheaper electric rates.

Even now, with more solar power on the grid, companies using green energy supplies are likely to offer lower rates. You can probably lower your electric bill just by comparing electric plans apples-to-apples. Just remember to keep renewable energy in mind when you shop for a new electricity supplier at Ohio Energy Ratings.