October 16, 2019 @ 7:00 pm America/New York Timezone
Wyoming City Council Chambers
800 Oak Avenue
OH 45215

This November, Wyoming voters will have the opportunity to vote on an Electric Aggregation. Residents voted in favor of Natural Gas Aggregation in 2009 and will now be asked to allow City Council to start the process of offering a similar Opt-out program to help stabilize their electric costs.

A YES vote will allow the City to pursue an agreement with an Electric supplier that would enable residents and small businesses to also purchase electric as a group. As with natural gas aggregation, such agreements can potentially save participants money and provide price stability. A NO vote would stop any further investigation and residents would continue with only a natural gas aggregation program.

If passed, an electric aggregation program would be established and the transition would be seamless just as with the gas program. Duke Energy will continue to make necessary repairs to distribution lines and distribute the electricity to you. You will still receive only one bill each month. The electric program will also be an Opt-out program where residents and small businesses who qualify will be enrolled automatically but will be able to opt out (or enroll) at any time at no cost. To learn more, call the City Manager at 842-1382 or the City’s energy consultant, Energy Alliances, Inc. at 513-794-5555.