Homeowners and renters in the Cleveland Electric Illuminating, Ohio Edison, and Toledo Edison service territories now have the option to power their homes with clean, renewable energy sources at a fixed rate for 12 months. More details about our plans can be found at home.constellation.com.
Customers that choose a fixed rate are able to benefit from price protection from rate volatility for the duration of their agreement.
In addition to providing customers with price protection from rate volatility and clean energy options, we believe that it’s important to provide as much information as possible for homeowners to make informed decisions. Before choosing a new energy supplier, it’s important that residents fully understand their options. Those who choose a new electricity supplier will continue to:
• have their power delivered by their local electric utility;
• receive their bills from their utility;
• contact their electric utility for outages, as well as billing and service inquiries.
We applaud the leadership that the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO) has shown in fostering a competitive retail energy market in Ohio. In particular, I recommend that residents check out the PUCO Apples to Apples chart to take a closer look at what they’re currently paying for electricity supply compared to the options available to them.
We look forward to now providing residential customers with new electricity supply options in Ohio, stay tuned for more updates.
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