Who is eligible for the program?
  1. Your local utility company must be AEP
  2. You must be a resident or business owner located within the City limits
  3. You must not be a PIPP (percentage of income payment program) customer
  4. You must not be in arrears on your bill payment
  5. You must not be a mercantile customer (commercial accounts using over 700,000 kilowatts per hour per year)
  6. You must not be a commercial customer with a peak demand greater than 200 kilowatts per hour
  7. You must not be listed on the PUCO’s "Do not aggregate list"

Show All Answers

1. What is aggregation?
2. Who will be our supplier for the electric program?
3. Whom do I call if I have a problem with my electric service?
4. Is our price for power fixed, or does it vary?
5. What if I’m with another supplier and would like to join the City’s program?
6. What does “opt out” mean?
7. What happens if I do not send in the opt-out form?
8. What are my energy supply choices if I decide to opt out?
9. Will I get two bills?
10. Will I still receive a delivery charge from my local utility AEP?
11. Can I stay on budget billing/equal payment plan or have my payment automatically deducted from my checking account as I do now?
12. Who is eligible for the program?
13. Does the City benefit from the program?
14. Will small businesses, schools, and churches be eligible?
15. Can I opt out over the phone?
16. What is the toll-free number for questions?
17. Is this related to our community’s natural gas program?
18. Where can I learn more about electric deregulation and assistance programs?