9 Month Home Power Plan
- Rate 6.99¢ / kWh
- Contract Length 9 mo.
- Effective Date Jun 2023
- Green Energy 0%
- Plan seen in Ohio
- Terms and Conditions
Electricity Rates, Plans & Statistics
Ohio residential electric rates are highest in January and the highest average bill is in October.
Residents in Ohio enjoy a lower residential electricity rate than most people around the United States, with an average state electric rate of 14.19 cents per kilowatt hour compared to the US average rate of 15.34 cents. Ohio ranks as the 29th lowest priced state in the United States by average electricity rate. The state has over 170 electricity providers, and with a deregulated electricity market, customers often have an abundance of choices to choose from when purchasing electricity. AEP Ohio has 832,980 residential customers, more than any other vendor in the state . On average, residents of Ohio account for 6,268.86 kilograms of CO2 emissions from electric consumption for each resident in the state, while the US average emissions per capita is 4,376.39. The state is the 34th largest producer of electricity per capita, with an average of 11.25 megawatt hours produced per person a year. Ohio is the 27th highest ranked state in the United States for electricity use per person, with an annual average of 12.68 megawatt hours consumed per citizen living in the state.
There are 22899 plans. Plans are subject to change at any time and these may not be the plans currently offered.
|Provider||Service Type||Residential Rate (¢)||Residential Average Bill ($)||Residential Sales (MWh)||Residential Revenues ($)||State Production (MWh)|
|Dynegy Energy Services||ENERGY||5.19||47.94||3,894,194||202,084,700||27,314,766.01|
|Duke Energy Ohio||BUNDLED||11.90||107.93||3,449,291||410,377,128||5,127,819.01|
|South Central Power Company||BUNDLED||12.90||147.48||1,556,486||200,818,000|
|Provider||Service Type||Commercial Rate (¢)||Commercial Average Bill ($)||Commercial Sales (MWh)||Commercial Revenues ($)||State Production (MWh)|
|Dynegy Energy Services||ENERGY||4.45||5,567.52||7,816,028||347,680,500||27,314,766.01|
|Strategic Energy LLC||ENERGY||4.56||1,647.96||7,208,812||329,044,500|
|Duke Energy Ohio||BUNDLED||8.36||451.89||1,539,776||128,679,521||5,127,819.01|
|Champion Energy Services||ENERGY||4.51||1,906.68||1,493,995||67,381,900|
|Plant||City/County||Primary Fuel Type||Production (MWh)||Emission (KG)||Emissions/MWh (KG/MWh)||Toxic Chemical Release||Closing Date|
Gavin Power, LLCArcLight Capital (50.00%)The Blackstone Group (50.00%)
Hanging Rock Energy FacilityDynegy Energy Services (100.00%)
|Lawrence County||Natural Gas||9,890,623||3,748,030,419.28||378.95|
PerryEnergy Harbor Nuclear Generation LLC (100.00%)
South Field EnergySouth Field Energy, LLC (100.00%)
|Columbiana County||Natural Gas||8,318,744||2,653,814,311.82||319.02|
Davis BesseEnergy Harbor Nuclear Generation LLC (100.00%)
Clean Energy Future-Lordstown, LLCClean Energy Future-Lordstown, LLC (100.00%)
Waterford Power, LLCArcLight Capital (50.00%)The Blackstone Group (50.00%)
|Washington County||Natural Gas||6,354,338||2,360,654,999.64||371.5|
W H ZimmerDynegy Energy Services (100.00%)
Miami FortDynegy Energy Services (100.00%)
The burning of non-renewable fuel types for electricity production has increased by 2.98% in the past year in Ohio power generation facilities.
Ohio has benefited from a 3.02% decline in CO2 pollution due to electricity use over the previous 12 months.
Ohio generates 1.39 megawatt hours from nuclear power per person in the state, making them 25th in the nation in this category.
Ohio has recently seen an increase in electricity production from solar power of 32.12% year over year.
After a 15.09% rise in electricity generated by wind turbines, Ohio's total electric generation is now 2.35% wind powered.
Ohio is 28th highest in the US for electricity production from wind per capita, averaging 0.26 megawatt hours per person generated from wind.
|County||Population||Providers||Plants||Residential Rate (¢)||Residential Avg. Electric Bill|
|Van Wert County||28,808||79||3||16.06||$138.44/mo|
Ohio's top fuel consumed for electricity generation is Natural Gas. They produce 68,083,370.13 megawatt hours, or 51.39% of the total production in the state, from this fuel type. Coal and Nuclear have the second and third highest total usage, respectively, for electricity generation. Coal makes up 41,221,078.3 megawatt hours (31.11%) of electricity production and Nuclear accounts for 16,331,485 megawatt hours (12.33%) of total production in the state. The state has the 20th highest amount of power plants of any state in the US, with 169 plants. This is the 45th most plants per person in the United States. Ohio emits 6,268.86 kilograms of CO2 emissions from electricity consumption per capita, which makes it the 13th highest polluting state in the nation based on emissions per capita. While not as telling of a statistic, the total pollution for the state of Ohio from electricity use is 73,847,220,162.4 kilograms of CO2 emissions, which ranks as the 3rd highest in the country.
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Ohio's electricity is generated using primarily Natural Gas, which accounts for 51.39% of the fuel used in the state. Coal and Nuclear also account for 31.11% and 12.33% respectively.
The largest electricity company in Ohio by total revenue is AEP Ohio.
Ohio is home to 167 electricity providers serving customers in the area.
|State Customers Rank||Provider||State Customers|
|3||Duke Energy Ohio||341,062|
|6||South Central Power Company||123,488|
|8||Cleveland Public Power||74,090|
|10||Licking Rural Electric||26,824|
There are 169 active electricity plants in Ohio.
Ohio has a deregulated electricity market, meaning citizens in the state can often choose from an abundance of electricity providers for their electricity needs.
The average electricity price paid by consumers in Ohio in 2023 is 14.19 cents per kilowatt hour.
|Residential Rate Rank||Provider||Residential Rate (¢)||State Customers|
|1||Jackson Center, Ohio Electric Utility||5.94||761|
|2||Lodi, Ohio Electric Utility||7.60||1,805|
|3||Niles Electric Company||7.80||13,056|
|5||Wharton, Ohio Electric Utility||8.10||176|
|7||Grafton, Ohio Electric Utility||9.14||1,316|
|8||Bethel Village Utilities||9.84||1,634|
|9||Georgetown Ohio Utilities||10.05||2,145|
|10||South Vienna Corporation||10.22||247|
In 2023, Ohio has an average electric bill of $124.