Find the Cheapest Natural Gas Rates for Akron OH 44319

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People Choose These Plans in 44319

Company & Plan Term Rate
Provision Power & Gas - Annual Clean Energy Plan 12 month 6.900¢
Tomorrow Energy - Variable 1 month 15.400¢
American Power & Gas - Clean Gas Plan 1 month 8.804¢
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Rates as of April 1st, 2023

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Frequently Asked Questions in Akron

What are the most popular 24 month gas plans?

The most popular gas plans in the past 30 days are 36 Month Home Natural Gas Plan, Monthly Plan, OH Frontier Online Premier Gas-12, Managed Rate 12, and 12 Month Fixed.

What is the average cost of a 12 month gas plan in the city of Akron, OH?

The average rate of a 12 month fixed-rate gas plan is around $7.385/MCF, ranging from $5.18/MCF to $15.362/MCF. Popular plans in this range are OH Frontier Online Premier Gas-12, Managed Rate 12, and 12 Month Fixed.

In the case of 24 month plans, the average rate of a 24 month fixed-rate gas plan is around $5.535/MCF, ranging from $5.48/MCF to $5.59/MCF. Popular plans in this range are Safe Harbor 24, and 24 Month Fixed.

What plans does Symmetry Energy Solutions have in my area?

In your area, Symmetry Energy Solutions offers the following gas plans: Managed Rate 12 (SEMCO BC) starting at 4, Managed Rate 12 (SEMCO GL) starting at 4, Managed Rate 12 (SEMCO MPSC) starting at 4, and Managed Rate 12 starting at 5. The average rate of a 12 month fixed-rate gas plan in your area is around $7.385/MCF, ranging from $5.18/MCF to $15.362/MCF.

Local Electricity, and Natural Gas information for 44319

Akron 44319 stats

Coming in as Ohio 169th most populuous zipcode region, 44319 contains 22686 people and covers 18.78 square miles of Akron.

Area codes in 44319 include 330/234.

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News for 44319

FirstEnergy Agrees to $306M Refund to Ohio Customers

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FirstEnergy will refund $306 million to its customers. Find out what that means for your monthly Ohio electricity bill.
FirstEnergy has agreed to refund $306 million to its customers. But how much are you actually getting and does it help your monthly bill. We break it all down.

What Residential Customers Can Expect

Good news for FirstEnergy customers! After a year of back and forth with courts, hearings, and controversy, Akron-based FirstEnergy will be giving you a refund! The company has agreed to give around $306 million in customer refunds over the next five years. On the other hand, over five years, the refund may not seem a huge relief in your bills. Let's break down how much FirstEnergy is actually refunding to its residential customers. We'll also dig into how this affects your future bills.

Did Someone Say FirstEnergy Refund?

At issue was whether the FirstEnergy had made excessive profits over the course of 2017-2019. It appears that a combination of laws being enacted and then repealed made that seem likely. But while utilities can make profits,  there's no law that spells out what "excessive profits" are. In the settlement filing with the Ohio Consumer’s Counsel, FirstEnergy agreed that it had collected “significantly excessive profits”. As a result, the company and its three subsidiaries must refund 52.6% of their profits from these years over the next six months. This works out to about $50.8 million dollars in refunds to residential customers and  $45.3 million to non-residential customers. Additionally, customers will see $210 million in bill reductions over the next 4 years. This brings us to that $306 million refund total.

What Can Residential Customers Expect To Get?

With all those big numbers, it can certainly be easy to expect a huge payday. Unfortunately, don’t expect this refund to pay your electric bill for the next year. In Ohio, FirstEnergy's subsidiaries serves about a million customers. So, there's a lot of people getting refunds. As a result, most residential customers will only see about $85 total in refunds and reductions. Once approved by the PUCO, residential customers will receive the first $29 refund within the first 30 days. Afterwards, customers can expect a diminishing reduction in their electricity bills through 2025.

What About Future Bills?

Though this new FirstEnergy refund is welcome, the $29 won't last forever. With winter electricity prices rising, you may be asking how to save money. After all, you want to get the best deal you can. Even FirstEnergy recently encouraged customers to shop around for a better price on their electricity! Now is the perfect time to lock in a fixed rate before the cold, wet of this winter sets in. So, are you looking for a great rate for your area? Ohio Energy Ratings has the best prices and deals for wherever you’re looking. So look around! Find that perfect rate for your home at