Government aggregation could change what you pay for your utilities
Ohio law allows for local governments to purchase electricity or natural gas on behalf of their residents, in a process known as aggregation. Government aggregations may be able to get better terms for their members than you could get on your own.
There are two options for aggregation: opt-in and opt-out. Opt-in allows residents to sign up individually, while opt-out automatically enrolls all residents unless they choose not to be included. If a local government wants to become an opt-out aggregator, a majority of voters must approve it in an election. Learn more about aggregation here.
Over 970,000 Ohioans have government aggregation on the ballot this November. Are you one of them?
Find out if your community is up for aggregation this election: