Poll: 79% of Ohio Voters Prefer Energy Choice

Efforts by Ohio’s traditional monopoly power companies – American Electric Power, headquartered in Columbus, Akron-based FirstEnergy, and Dayton Power & Light – to persuade legislators to scrap competitive markets and return to a fully regulated system could run afoul of an important political player – voters, according to a February 2 report by the Cleveland Plain Dealer..

Niles, Michigan, Floats Proposal for Higher Electric Rates

Electric rates soon will increase for residents and businesses in Niles Township Michigan – a municipality with a population of 14,000 – but the debate is just starting as to which class of electric customers should be charged the least, according to a December 28 report by the South Bend Tribune.

Dynegy Jumps into FirstEnergy, AEP ‘Bailout’ Fray

“In response to the exorbitant and counter-productive subsidies currently under consideration for FirstEnergy and American Electric Power (AEP),” Houston-based Dynegy announced on January 12 that it is offering two counter-proposals to the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO) that it claims “will save the state’s … Read more…

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