- March 15, 2017
- Distributed generation contact information
- March 22, 2017
- Aqua Ohio rate case 2016
In May 2016, Aqua Ohio filed an application with the PUCO to increase the rates it charges customers for water service.
- December 1, 2016
- AEP Ohio's electric security plan III extension
In November 2016, AEP Ohio filed a proposal to modify and extend its current ESP through May 2024. The PUCO approved the current ESP in February 2015, and it is set to expire in May 2018.
- February 2, 2017
- The Dayton Power and Light Company's electric security plan III
- March 23, 2016
- Transportation network companies
Five key questions surrounding Ohio's transportation network company laws.
- May 24, 2016
- Telephone network transition
The telecommunications industry is rapidly changing across America. In an effort to transition Ohio’s telecommunications industry to new and advanced technologies, the network transition law, House Bill 64, requires the PUCO to establish a collaborative process to address the Internet-protocol transition.
- Customer service phone numbers for major utility companies
Telephone AT&T (800) 660-1000 www.sbc.com/att CenturyTel (800) 201-4099 (residential customers) (800) 201-4102 (business customers) www.centurytel.com Cincinnati Bell (513) 565-2210 www.cincinnatibell.com Corecomm (888) 396-3040 (business customers) (877) 267-3266 (residential
- Legislative testimony
2009 September 29 Commissioner Ronda Hartman Fergus's testimony before the Senate Energy and Public Utilties Committee regarding Senate Bill 162 Commissioner Ronda Hartman Fergus's testimony before the House Public Utilities Committee regarding House Bill 276 May 26 PUCO Overview Testimony of Chairman
- November 8, 2016
- NOPEC aggregation FAQ
Recent news of NOPEC and FirstEnergy Solutions ending their electric governmental aggregation agreement on Jan. 1, 2017 may have you scratching your head. Fear not! Here are some helpful frequently asked questions.
- December 7, 2016
- Submetering frequently asked questions
Submetering is the practice whereby an entity such as a landlord, condominium association, submetering company or other entity purchases utility service from a regulated public utility and resells or redistributes the services to its tenants or other customers.
- Budget billing for natural gas and electric service
Fluctuating energy prices can have a dramatic influence on monthly energy bills. In addition to following conservation tips and considering competitive supplier options, consumers can take advantage of budget billing to offset increased energy costs for heating during the winter months and cooling during the summer
- February 3, 2017
- Environmental disclosure information for consumers
- Understanding your natural gas bill
If you would like to see explanations of the different parts of your natural gas bill, the following links will take you to your local distribution company’s Web page explaining your bill. Duke Energy Ohio Columbia Gas of Ohio Dominion East Ohio Gas Vectren Energy Delivery of Ohio The following
- December 2, 2016
- Stay connected with Lifeline
Lifeline Assistance makes basic local telephone service more affordable for income-eligible families across Ohio. Those who qualify could receive discounts for monthly telephone bills and/or installation costs of telephone service.
- Winter Reconnect Order: Maintain electric and natural gas service
The Winter Reconnect Order allows customers who have had their home heating service disconnected for nonpayment or who have been threatened with disconnection the opportunity to pay a maximum of $175, plus a reconnection fee, to restore or maintain their utility service.
- January 21, 2016
- U.S. EPA's clean power plan
On Aug. 3, 2015, the United States Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA) issued final regulations on carbon emission reductions from steam electric and natural gas fired generating units under Clean Air Act section 111(d).
- November 3, 2016
- AEP Ohio power purchase agreement rider
In February 2015, the PUCO approved AEP Ohio’s electric security plan (ESP) for the term of June 1, 2015 through May 31, 2018. In its opinion and order, the Commission approved the establishment of a power purchase agreement (PPA) rider, set at an initial rate of zero.
- November 3, 2016
- AEP Ohio's electric security plan