City of East Cleveland Joins NOPEC Natural Gas Aggregation Program
By NOPEC on February 4, 2019
(SOLON, OH) – The City of East Cleveland has joined NOPEC’s natural gas aggregation program. NOPEC is a non-profit group of over 225 Ohio Communities that negotiates lower utility rates. As Ohio’s largest energy aggregator, NOPEC buys gas and electricity in bulk to help lower customers’ utility bills.
Starting in mid-April 2019, eligible East Cleveland residents and small businesses will begin to receive natural gas supply through NOPEC. There will be no disruption of service during this switch.
All eligible City of East Cleveland residents and small business owners will begin receiving enrollment letters from NOPEC starting February 21 detailing rate options. Those who wish to enroll do not need to take any action. As a resident in a NOPEC community, you will automatically be enrolled into the Program Price option NOPEC negotiates exclusively for its customers. For information about NOPEC’s variable price option, call 855-667-3201. If you do not want to participate in NOPEC’s natural gas aggregation program and would rather choose your own supplier, fill out the opt-out post card included with your enrollment letter and return it by mail.
The local natural gas utility, Dominion East Ohio, will still be responsible for delivering natural gas to homes and businesses, reading meters, and sending bills. You should still call your local natural gas utility if you have a natural gas emergency.
If you have any questions about your enrollment letter, NOPEC’s rates, or the aggregation program, visit us online at nopec.org or contact NOPEC’s customer service line at 855-667-3201 (855-NOPEC01). NOPEC’s customer service team is available 24/7 to answer your questions.
NOPEC (Northeast Ohio Public Energy Council) is a non-profit group of over 225 Ohio communities that negotiates lower utility rates. As Ohio’s largest energy aggregator, NOPEC buys gas and electricity in bulk to help lower customers’ utility bills. NOPEC has saved Ohio residents and small businesses hundreds of millions of dollars on their energy costs. For more information about NOPEC, visit www.nopec.org.Tags: East Cleveland, NOPEC, Energy Aggregation