As part of its ongoing sustainability efforts, the City will launch its new 100 percent renewable electric aggregation program on June 1. The rate is 7.71 cents per kWh for 24 months.
Previously, the City was a member of the Northeast Ohio Public Energy Council (NOPEC) for its electric aggregation program. At the end of 2022, the City left NOPEC with the goal of creating its own electric aggregation program offering 100 percent green electricity.
Eligible residents, including those who participated in the NOPEC program, will receive an opt-out letter in April. Residents who wish to join the City’s electric aggregation program should do nothing (just recycle the letter). Residents who don’t want to participate should follow the instructions in the letter.
As with the natural gas aggregation program, residents may enter or exit the electric aggregation program at any time and with no penalty.