Recommended Plans in Toledo


Average Rates & Usage in Toledo


In May, the average natural gas rate in Toledo was $1.09 per therm. The average households monthly natural gas usage was 136 therms, making the average bill around $108.

based on EIA Data as of August, 2020

All Natural Gas Plans in Toledo


Plan Name
Company
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Rating
Length
Price
18 Month Plan
18 months
$0.475 / ccf
36 months
$0.419 / ccf
12 months
$0.379 / ccf
12 months
$0.419 / ccf
12 months
$0.539 / ccf
12 months
$0.550 / ccf
12 Month Plan
12 months
$0.439 / ccf
12 Month Plan
12 months
$0.599 / ccf
12 months
$0.309 / ccf
24 months
$0.419 / ccf
24 months
$0.499 / ccf
2 Year Price Protection
24 months
$0.439 / ccf
'Managed Rate' Plan
12 months
$0.365 / ccf
6 months
$0.369 / ccf
6 months
$0.439 / ccf
24 months
$0.459 / ccf
6 months
$0.508 / ccf
12 months
$0.299 / ccf
12 months
$0.800 / ccf

Month-to-Month
$0.199 / ccf
9 months
$0.475 / ccf
18 months
$0.489 / ccf


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Known as "The Glass City" for its thriving glass industry, Toledo, Ohio is located in Lucas County (northwest Ohio) on the western shore of Lake Erie and not too far from the Michigan state line. With a population of almost 290,000, Toledo is Ohio's fourth largest city.

Toledo features a rich history and is full of cultural attractions, landmarks, and great things to do. Below is a list of attractions to take in next time you are in town.

High on the list is the Toledo Museum of Art, considered by many to be one of the world's best and featuring art from all over the world and from every time period. Also, admission is free. Next is the Toledo Zoo, which features the only underwater viewing of hippos in the country. Another famous museum close by is the National Museum of the Great Lakes, a maritime museum dedicated to the people, culture, and history involving the Great Lakes.

If you are a sports enthusiast, take the family to catch a game at Fifth Third Field to see the world-famous Toledo Mud Hens, the farm team for the Tigers.

And one last site for both kids and grownups alike, check out the Toledo Firefighters Museum to see Toledo's first pumper and other vintage equipment, uniforms, and antique fire toys.
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