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Average Commercial Gas and Electric Bills in Ohio

By Essence Canady on  July 8, 2020

Unless your business is completely off the grid, you should probably want to plan a monthly budget around utility bills for gas, electricity, internet, water, cable, etc. The average electricity use at a low-end usage (kWh) for small businesses is 15,000 and the high-end usage (kWh) is 25,000. Furthermore, the average gas use at a low-end usage (kWh) for small businesses is 15,000 and the high-end usage (kWh) is 30,000. In order to figure out the best monthly budget plan for your small business, find out the average prices major Ohio cities pay for electricity and natural gas.

Average Electric Bill in 8 Major Ohio Cities

In addition to the price of electricity, other costs, like charges from your utility company and energy supplier, are all factored into your electric bill. The Ohio Utility Rate Survey from the Ohio Public Utilities Commission identified the average electric bill for commercial businesses in May 2020 for these Ohio cities:

  • Dayton: $22,429.57
  • Columbus: $28,866.66
  • Canton: $29,672.01
  • Akron: $32,671.62
  • Youngstown: $32,671.62
  • Cincinnati: $33,231.59
  • Toledo: $35,395.62
  • Cleveland: $36,491.10

Average Gas Bill in 8 Major Ohio Cities

According to the same Ohio Public Utilities Commission survey, the average natural gas bill for small businesses in these Ohio cities are as follows:

  • Dayton: $323.09
  • Columbus: $391.23
  • Canton: $143.33
  • Akron: $143.33
  • Youngstown: $143.33
  • Cincinnati: $442.21
  • Toledo: $391.23
  • Cleveland: $143.33
Tags: NOPEC, Utility Bill, Ohio, Small Business
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