Plans and features that work for you.

AEP Energy offers a variety of fixed-rate electricity plans, which means you’ll know what you’ll pay per kilowatt-hour no matter the length of your contract.

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Key features in every AEP Energy plan.

  • Know what to expect per kilowatt-hour.

  • Get prices based on current market rates.

  • Choose the length of service that fits your needs.

  • Cancel your contract without having to pay extra fees to do so.

  • Pick simple, clean plans with no additional costs or equipment to buy.

  • Earn rewards you can redeem to save even more energy.

How to Shop for This Product

Things to Know.

  1. How rates are determined and how do they change.
  2. What happens at the end of your contract.
  3. Any hidden costs, such as monthly fees or cancellation fees.
  4. The supplier’s historical rates.
  5. The company’s rating with the Better Business Bureau.
  6. The kind of information your state’s Public Utilities Commission has on your supplier.
  7. The gifts you’re being offered related to energy usage.

Things to Avoid.

Choice is a good thing. But, when it comes to electricity suppliers, there are several items to watch for.

Teaser offers

Be careful of introductory offers with low prices that last a month or two and then get raised significantly for the rest of the contract.

Termination fees

Watch out for companies that charge you outrageous fees to end your energy supply contract early.

Variable rates

Read the fine print before you sign up to make sure your rate is locked in for the length of your contract.

Contract length

Choose a term that works for you, while being aware that some low-cost, short-term contracts can end right before higher rates begin.

From the blog

Energy choice information and insights.

Read posts from the AEP Energy Blog to learn more about electricity and what choice can mean to you.

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