Become a NOPEC community.
Join over 220 member communities in 14 Ohio counties who are now part of the state's largest governmental retail energy aggregation. Since 2001, we've saved them more than $300 million* and awarded over $22 million in community energy efficiency grants.
*2001-2017 NOPEC customer electricity generation savings.
The best part: this whole process is completely free for all citizens.
It doesn’t cost your citizens a dime. We work hard at NOPEC to make the process simple to understand and easy to do so everyone can just sit back, relax and save!
Get the savings and benefits enjoyed by over 220 Ohio communities.
Energy Adviser Program
Energy Bill Review - An expert analysis of your natural gas and electric bills to identify the most beneficial rates and options available to your community.
Preferred Pricing Program
Member communities can buy electricity and natural gas for their municipal loads at cost. That means your government gets the absolute best pricing available from NOPEC.
Up-front, fixed rate financing options for energy efficiency projects allow commercial property owners to use the savings generated by improvements to help pay back the loan. Financing is available with rates as low as 2.5% for qualifying projects ranging form $5,000 - $500,000.Read More
Community Outreach Program
NOPEC spends time in member communities visiting senior centers, libraries and community events to talk with residents about energy and how to save on their energy bills.
NextEra, NOPEC's energy supplier, is providing 40 electric car charging stations and electric car leases for municipal use in NOPEC member communities. They are providing 200 cell phone charging stations for use in public spaces, such as libraries and community centers.
What is a governmental opt-out aggregation program?
It’s a way for your community to join others and use that collective strength to purchase energy as a group. It allows NOPEC to negotiate directly with utility providers on your citizens' behalf to secure lower cost energy and other benefits that your community couldn’t get on its own.
When your community votes on aggregation, they are voting on whether or not they want to allow their community to have the option of a governmental opt-out aggregation program. Residents are not personally voting to join it yet, nor are they choosing NOPEC or another aggregator for their community. If aggregation passes, only then will you choose your aggregator.