SPRINGFIELD (Sept. 20, 2021) -- The Board of Clark County Commissioners and its partner AEP Energy sent opt out letters to eligible residents today as part of the Electric Aggregation Program, which voters approved at the polls in March of 2020.
The program was approved in Green, Harmony, Moorefield, Pleasant and Springfield townships.
Electric and natural gas governmental aggregation allows eligible households and small businesses that participate the opportunity to save money on the generation portion of their electric bills by grouping together to increase their purchasing power. Residents are also able to leave the aggregation program at any time with no fee.
If you receive the letter and wish to enroll in the program, you don't have to do anything -- residents will simply continue paying their current local utility provider. The program begins with the November meter-read date and will last for 18 months.
If you wish to opt out of the program, there is no fee to cancel -- simply call 1-877-726-0214. The opt-out period ends Oct. 11. To read the full letter, click the link below.
Residents of Bethel Twp., German Twp., Mad River Twp., Madison Twp., Pike Twp., New Carlisle and Springfield will continue to participate in their own governmental aggregation programs.
Electric Aggregation Program Letter