Apples to Apples Rate Charts
The PUCO produces the Apples to Apples charts to provide residential consumers with a snapshot comparison of current natural gas and electric supplier price options and contract terms. The PUCO updates the Apples to Apples charts on a regular basis and verifies each supplier offer to ensure accuracy.
As with all contracts, consumers should carefully read and understand all terms and conditions before signing any forms or agreeing to enroll with a supplier for natural gas or electric service.
Please be advised that if you are currently enrolled in the Percentage of Income Payment Plan (PIPP PLUS), you are not eligible to enroll with or switch to an alternate supplier.
If you are currently enrolled with an alternate supplier, and want to enroll with a different supplier prior to the expiration of your current contract, you may be subject to an Early Termination Fee.
Electric Apples to Apples Charts
Step 1: Select the Apples to Apples chart for your local electric distribution company from the list below.
Step 2: Compare the supplier offers contained in the chart with the “Price to Compare” shown on your electric bill. Note the "Tariff" code referenced in some of the Offer Details can be found on your monthly electric bill, under the charges from the utility.
Natural Gas Apples to Apples Charts
Step 1: Select the Apples to Apples chart for your local natural gas company from the list below.
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Step 2: Compare the supplier offers contained in the chart.
Step 3: Use our Apples to Apples Interactive Calculator to determine potential savings.
Note: If you are part of a Governmental Aggregation, the natural gas or electric rate offers through the aggregation are directly comparable with any offers from the marketer's listed in the Apples to Apples Charts.
For natural gas, the aggregation rate can be input into the Interactive Calculator to determine potential savings vs. the local natural gas company. And you can compare the aggregation rate per mcf or ccf directly to a marketer's rate, and multiple the difference by your annual usage to determine the annual benefit.