Find the Cheapest Natural Gas Rates for Lakewood OH 44107

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What customers are saying in Lakewood

Overall Rating
Was glad we could sign up for the 10 month fixed rate a Our rate of
0.609 per kw. Our ele bill for Feb. was 176.00 better then 340.00.
  • Cathy Naylor
  • Howard, OH
  • March 19th, 2024

Frequently Asked Questions in Lakewood

Are there any green gas plans in my area?

There are no green plans in zipcode 44107 at this time.

What are the most popular 12 month gas plans?

The most popular gas plans in the past 30 days are 18 Month Home Natural Gas Plan, 12 Month Fixed Rate, 24 Month Fixed Rate, Fixed-Rate Gas 12, and 12 Month Fixed.

What is the average cost of a 6 month gas plan in the city of Lakewood, OH?

The average rate of a 6 month fixed-rate gas plan is around $5.79/MCF, ranging from $5.79/MCF to $5.79/MCF. Popular plans in this range are

For 12 month plans, the average rate of a 12 month fixed-rate gas plan is around $5.509/MCF, ranging from $4.18/MCF to $12.49/MCF. Popular plans in this range are

Local Electricity, and Natural Gas information for 44107

Ohio Zip Stats for 44107

Covering approximately 5.52 square miles and containing a population of 52244 people, 44107 is Ohio 18th most populated zipcode.

Area codes in 44107 include 216.

4 Cities Nearest to Lakewood

3 Smaller Zipcodes

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News for 44107

Ohio’s Future Cars Are Electrifying

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More electric vehicles are coming to Ohio looking for a charge.
Plug-in electric vehicles (PEVs) make up only .5% of the vehicles in Ohio. Not the most auspicious statistic but according to experts watching the U.S. electric car market, growth is coming. For the past few years, PEVs have been popular in heavily urbanized areas among consumers with higher education and wealth, especially in California. With more used electric cars hitting the market at reduced prices, more consumers are getting the opportunity to switch to PEVs. Add to that Tesla’s new Model 3 starting at $35,000 and Nissan’s Leaf starting at $30,000, and consumers start paying attention —especially after hurricane Irma sent gasoline prices spiking by 25¢ per gallon. In fact, electric vehicle sales are expected to rise 50% this year over 2016 and will most likely continue to grow as battery technology improves. That trend isn’t lost on local governments or utilities. Both see new opportunities in building charging stations in busy downtown locations. For example, in Lakewood, OH, a suburb of Cleveland, the mayor sees downtown charging stations as a way to attract "an enlightened customer base" to visit downtown. He’s currently trying to figure out a way for the city to buy 6 or more $3,000 stations and partner with local businesses to pay for the electricity. AEP Ohio, meanwhile, has recently proposed a $21.2 million Smart City Rider to the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO). AEP wants to increase the average Columbus electricity rate by adding an average of 50¢ to the monthly bill to help fund the deployment of 300 charging stations in Columbus as part of the city’s Smart City Challenge grant that it won last year from the U.S. DOT. About 90 charging stations would be for public use. Of those, 75 would be fast-charging stations. Some may be sited near highway exits for recharges during long commutes. If approved by PUCO, the rate increase would last for four years. According to EPA figures, the transportation sector produced 27% of U.S. greenhouse gas emissions in 2015 . Of that, 60% came from light duty vehicles. Increasing the number of electric vehicles on the road will reduce the production of greenhouse gasses as well as other pollutants effecting Ohio’s air quality.