Wayne Township, Warren County, Ohio
Wayne Township, Warren County, Ohio

ENERGY AGGREGATION

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Aggregation customers should see aggregation rates for August billing cycle.

8.1.2017

Wayne Township Aggregation Bulletin 

 

Residents and Businesses of Wayne Township,
You have received this letter because our records indicate you are currently (at the outset) not an “eligible customer” to participate in the township aggregation program.  Most likely, you were/are receiving generation from another supplier.  As a courtesy to those of you who are not initially eligible we are providing this letter to notify you of the aggregation programs terms and conditions and that you can join at any time. This letter provides you with the appropriate contacts should you have questions or would like to join either of the township aggregation programs.

 

Electric Aggregation Program
Wayne Township is providing you with the opportunity to join with other residents and businesses to receive preferred rates on the electric you use. The program is possible through a concept called governmental aggregation, where Township officials bring together citizens to gain group-buying power for the purchase of electric from a retail supplier certified by the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio.  Township voters approved this program in November 2016.


Under this arrangement, Dynegy Energy Services – Ohio (DES) has been selected as the Township’s preferred electricity provider. Please note DES is the supplier for generation charges and Duke Energy or Dayton Power and Light are the local utility for all other charges. 

 

To join the aggregation program or to set up budget billing of the supplier portion of the bill you can reach Dynegy Energy Services – Ohio by phone at 1-855-326-0520, weekdays, from 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. EST. 
Questions regarding the aggregation program, how to join the program or any questions regarding your specific existing energy services can be directed toward the Townships consultant Scott Belcastro of Trebel, LLC at 1-877-861-2772.

 

Residents served by the Dayton Power & Light utility: 
Through your Township Electric Aggregation Program eligible residents will begin receiving a rate of $0.0529 cents per kWh with the June billing cycle (depending on your meter-read date) for thirty-six (36) months.  There is no cost for the enrollment and you will not be charged a switching fee. 
Budget billing of the entire bill is available to anyone who prefers budget certainty. As with the utility you will still be required to request budget billing directly from the supplier.  You must call the utility and supplier separately to budget their charges.


Eligible businesses in Wayne Township, starting with the June 2017 billing cycle (depending on your meter-read date) will pay $0.0529 cents per kWh for a period of thirty-six (36) months. There is no cost for the enrollment and you will not be charged a switching fee. 


For billing, reporting an electric outage, or to have budget billing for the Dayton Power & Light (DP&L) portion of the bill please call Dayton Power & Light at 1-800-433-8500.

 

Residents served by the Duke Energy Ohio utility:       
Through your Township Electric Aggregation Program eligible residents will begin receiving a rate of $0.0529 cents per kWh with the June billing cycle (depending on your meter-read date) for thirty-six (36) months.  There is no cost for the enrollment and you will not be charged a switching fee. 
Budget billing of the entire bill is available to anyone who prefers budget certainty. As with the utility you will still be required to request budget billing directly from the supplier.  You must call the utility and supplier separately to budget their charges.


Eligible businesses in Wayne Township, starting with the June 2017 billing cycle (depending on your meter-read date) will pay $0.0529 cents per kWh for a period of thirty-six (36) months. There is no cost for the enrollment and you will not be charged a switching fee. 
For billing, reporting an electric outage, or to have budget billing for the Duke Energy portion of the bill please call Duke Energy directly at 1-800-544-6900.

5.26.2017

Wayne Township has just signed a three year contract for electric aggregation locking Wayne Township Residents' in at $.0529/ kWh. Rates should be effective the first billing cycle in June. 

 

If you are not already under contract with another provider, your enrollment is automatic. However, you may choose to opt-out. A letter with instructions for such will be sent out in the next few weeks.

  

If you have any questions, please contact the Wayne Township Administrator at (513) 897-3010 x 5. 

April 17, 2017

 

 

 

Wayne Township has just signed a three year contract for electric aggregation locking Wayne Township Residents' in at $.0529/ kWh. Rates should be effective the first billing cycle in June. 

 

If you are not already under contract with another provider, your enrollment is automatic. However, you may choose to opt-out. A letter with instructions for such will be sent out in the next few weeks.

  

If you have any questions, please contact the Wayne Township Administrator at (513) 897-3010 x 5. 

April 17, 2017

 

 

Energy Aggregation applications have been approved by the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO).

 

The Wayne Townshiop Board of Trustees will hold a special Public Meeting on Monday, April 10 at 6:00 pm to review quotes for rates on electric aggregation and determine the lowest or best rate provider

 

If you have any questions, please contact the Wayne Township Administrator at (513) 897-3010 x 5. 

March 29,  2017

 

 

Energy Aggregation applications are currently pending approval from the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO). Once approved, contractual energy rates will be put out for bid. We expect bids (with pricing rates) in late February. 

January 24,  2017

 

 

Ballot initative approved: Voters approve both electric and natural gas aggregation iniatives for unincorporated Wayne Township and the Village of Corwin.

November 8, 2016

FAQs

What is energy aggregation and how can I benefit?

With energy aggregation, local officials bring the Community together for improved group purchasing power. The Community benefits by receiving competitively-priced electricity from a Certified Retail Electric and/or Natural Gas Provider licensed by the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO).

 

How is my Community able to choose a certified generation supplier on my behalf?

On November 8th, 60% of Residents of unincorporated Wayne Township voted in favor of allowing the Community to contract for a generation supplier on their behalf.

 

Are there fees associated with the program?

Enrollment in the Aggregation Program is free and you need not take any action. You only need to be eligible to participate. Once enrolled in the program, you can cancel your agreement at any time and switch back to your old energy provider without any fee.

 

Do I have to participate in the Aggregation Program?

No. Participation is optional. All eligible DP&L, Duke and Vectren utility customers within the unincorporated areas of Wayne Township and the Village of Corwin will have received an opt-out notification letter via U.S. Mail. You may “opt-out” by returning the Opt-Out form by the deadline date identified in your notification.

 

What if I am with another supplier and want to join the Program?

If you wish to join the Aggregation Program, you should check the terms and conditions of the contract with your current retail electric and/or natural gas supplier for any restrictions (early termination fees) and then contact Trebel, LLC.

 

If I join the Community’s Aggregation Program, who will deliver my power, read my meter and respond to emergencies, such as power outages?

Your local electric utility will be responsible for the delivery of power to your home or business. Since your local electric utility still owns the wires and poles that deliver power to you, it will continue to read your meter and restore power after an outage. The aggregation program will have no impact upon the reliability of service you receive. The same goes for natural gas.

 

 

How will billing be handled?

Typically, you will receive one bill from your local utility, such as DP&L that contains your charges for distribution and maintenance service from the utility as well as the new supplier charges for generation and transmission. You can remain on budget billing, however, the budget billing program does not apply to your charges from the new supplier. Your total charges with your new supplier will fluctuate from month to month according to your usage.

 

What is the toll-free number for questions?

If you have any questions, please call Trebel, LLC at 1-877- 861-2772 (Monday through Friday between 8am-5pm).

 

How can I get more information about Community Choice Aggregation?

Wayne Township’s website will have the most up-to-date news regarding energy aggregation affecting you, as an eligible utility customer of unincorporated Wayne Township or the Village of Corwin.

Additionally, PUCO has a web page dedicated to providing information regarding aggregation in the State of Ohio: here

 

 

Events

2017 Open Meeting Schedule
2017 meeting calendar.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [378.8 KB]

 

Wednesday, August 23

 

Warren County Soil and Water Conservation District

Annual Meeting and Election 

Stories and Sounds of Bluegrass
Featuring...
Jake Speed & The Freddies

Details

 

May 26 (9:00 am)

Special Trustee's Meeting

Purpose: Work Session to review fire station design and preliminary pricing. No other items will be discussed.

 

June 3 (9-2:00 pm)

Parade (12:00 pm)

17th Annual Corwin Tractor Show

Bring your tractor and join, or just come to see a wide variety of antique tractors while enjoying great food!

 

April 27 (3:00 pm)

The Wayne Township Board of Trustees will hold a special Public Meeting on Thursday, April 27 at 3:00 pm to consult with legal counsel. 

 

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