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Posted on: June 21, 2021

[ARCHIVED] City's Electric Aggregation Program gives residents opportunity to save money on electric supply


The City of Beavercreek is providing its residents and small businesses with an opportunity to save money on their electricity supply. This program applies only to residents and small businesses within the city limits of Beavercreek.

On November 2, 2003, voters authorized by majority vote the creation of an Electric Aggregation Program to seek lower electricity rates for eligible residential and small business customers and the community approved a Plan of Operation and Governance as prescribed by Section 4928.20 of the Ohio Revised Code.  

Under this arrangement, Dynegy has been selected as the community's preferred electricity supply provider.  Through the community's Electric Aggregation Program, eligible customers will receive a secure low rate of 4.580 cents per kWh for your electricity supply charges through the last meter read in August 2023.

The program is simple.  You are automatically enrolled and there's no enrollment, switching or early termination fees.  You'll receive a guaranteed, fixed rate of 4.580 cents per kWh through your August 2023 meter read. 

If you prefer 100% renewable energy for 4.930 cents per kWh, call Dynegy at the number listed under "Contact Information" to  opt into this offer.

You may cancel at any time during the term without penalty. You will receive one monthly bill from your local utility, AES Ohio.

To learn more about the program, click here.

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