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    The Village of Ashville joined Consortium III with Ordinance 2017-10. The agreement is through the end of 2021. We are expanding recycling capabilities by LWS providing a 65 gallon Toter for every resident. You will also be supplied with a 96 gallon refuse Toter. To learn more information or details on what can be recycled, click on the banner to the right. Read More
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    A Public Meeting was held on January 9th at noon and 6:00 pm that reviewed the Gas Aggregation Plan. The Plan and more information can be found on the following webpage. It can be accessed by clicking on "read more" or the image to the right. One important topic will include the "Opt-out" procedures. Read More
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Thursday, January 18, 2018

Village of Ashville, Ohio

Gas Aggregation Information

Good Sources of information


By clicking on the image you will be linked to the indicated webpage:

The State of Ohio Website  ohio 
The Ohio Public Utlities Commission (PUCO) Website   puco
The location of information concerning energy in Ohio   energychoice
The Energy Choice Ohio comparrison page   compare
The Energy Choice Ohio natural gas comparrision page comparegas

ohio.gov contains a great deal of useful information about Ohio

business days, if requested.

Moving within the Village. Aggregation participants who move from one location to another within the corporate limits of the Village and retain the same account number, will remain an Aggregation participant and will receive the same price they would have received if their location had not moved. Aggregation participants who move from one location to another within the corporate limits of the Village and are assigned a new account number may enroll their new account in the Aggregation and receive the same price as they would have received if their location had not moved, provided the new account is eligible for Aggregation. Participants who move and receive a new account number may be dropped from the Aggregation by the Utility, but they will not be charged an early termination fee from the Supplier. If a participant is dropped from the Aggregation due to a move within the Village, the participant should contact the Supplier to be reenrolled.

Moving outside of the Village. Aggregation participants who move out of the Village limits will no longer be eligible to participate in the Aggregation, but they will not be charged an early termination fee from the Supplier.

Enrolling after the Opt-out Period. Residential and small business accounts located within the Village’s corporate limits that are eligible to join the Aggregation but initially chose to opt-out of the Aggregation, or otherwise weren’t included in the Aggregation, may join the Aggregation after the expiration of the applicable Opt-Out Period by contacting the Supplier. The rate for those joining the Aggregation after the expiration of the Opt-out Period may be different from the rate negotiated for the Aggregation by the Government Aggregator. In the event that the Supplier is able to offer to newly eligible customers the same price that is provided to the current Aggregation participants, the Supplier may refresh the Aggregation by providing those who move in to the Village the opportunity to be included automatically, rather than waiting until the next pricing term of the Contract. The process for refreshing the Aggregation with new enrollments would follow the process noted above for determining eligibility, providing Opt-out Notices, and pooling the accounts. (Current Aggregation participants and those who previously declined participation would not receive the Opt-out Notice intended only for newly eligible customers.)

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