Cincinnati Electricity Supplier

Get great electricity rates in Cincinnati.

You can choose your energy supplier. For great rates, options and rewards, choose AEP Energy, a Competitive Retail Electric Service Provider.

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Why AEP Energy?

Instead of paying fluctuating utility rates, with AEP Energy, you’ll receive:

  • Fixed-rate pricing for the duration of the plan you choose
  • Same reliable service at a better price
  • No cancellation fees if you are not 100% satisfied
  • Reward Dollars to use in AEP Energy Reward Store

Believe it.

Do you know how much your neighbor is paying for her electricity? Her price plan may actually be different because she’s using AEP Energy as her Competitive Retail Electric Service Provider (CRES).

If that’s the case, you may be wondering if switching to a different energy supplier is worth the hassle. Or if it’s actually going to offer a better rate. Good news. AEP Energy has helped thousands of people in the Cincinnati area easily sign up with a new energy supplier and save money.

When you choose AEP Energy, you get secure electricity prices along with the same bill and service from your local utility. We protect you from potentially fluctuating electricity rates by selling power at market-based prices. That means you get a fixed price, no early termination fees and peace of mind.

Rely on AEP Energy as your CRES. We are one of the largest and oldest energy companies in the United States, and we are committed to total customer satisfaction.

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Protect Cincy and the planet with renewable energy.

AEP Energy offers electricity supply plans that help customers in Cincinnati support a cleaner environment while getting the same electricity service.

The plan is called ECO-Advantage®, and it matches 100% of your electricity usage with national Green-e® Energy certified wind Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs). When you buy and pair RECs with your electricity service, you are getting and using renewable electricity.

Buying RECs also helps build a market for renewable electricity and reduces greenhouse gas emissions. ECO-Advantage® helps you make a positive impact on the environment without expensive equipment or additional costs. It’s a win-win.

Let AEP Energy be your renewable electricity provider.

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ECO-Advantage is Green-e Energy certified, and meets the environmental and consumer-protection standards set forth by the nonprofit Center for Resource Solutions. Learn more at www.green-e.org.

Choice for Ohio’s Queen City.

Whether you’re near Oakley Square, Avondale, Price Hill or Westwood, AEP Energy has an electricity plan that’s right for your Cincinnati location.

AEP Energy is a Competitive Retail Electric Service (CRES) Supplier serving the 513.

AEP Energy is proud to be an energy supplier for Cincinnati and other communities in Hamilton County. It’s not only Ohio’s largest metropolitan area, it’s the 29th largest in the United States.

Energy deregulation in the area has given homeowners in counties like Athens, Butler, Clermont, Clinton, Hamilton and Warren to take greater control of their energy costs. So they can choose an energy supplier and plan that best meets their energy needs instead of just buying from the utility company.

Families in southwestern Ohio can keep their homes warm in the winter and cool in the summer, while depending on budget certainty and stable energy rates from AEP Energy. While they root for the Bengals, Reds and FC Cincinnati, Cincy-area families can rely on AEP Energy to keep the power running to their televisions.

AEP Energy offers electricity plans to almost every town in the region, including: Hamilton, Middletown, Oxford, Norwood, Forest Park, Mason, Lebanon, Sharonville, Monroe, Trenton, Loveland, Wilmington, Blue Ash, Springdale, Reading and many more.

There are a number of competing companies in the Cincinnati area, and the people who live there can pick the supplier that fits their needs. AEP Energy has competitive price plans and renewable energy options.

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Electric companies in Greater Cincinnati.

The following electric distribution companies provide the distribution and transmission of electric power in Athens, Butler, Clermont, Clinton, Hamilton and Warren County, and the surrounding areas.

AEP Energy Ohio

AEP Energy Ohio serves more than 1.5 million customers in 61 or the 88 Ohio counties. The company operates more than 45,000 miles of power distribution lines.

Duke Energy

Duke Energy provides electricity to more than seven million retail customers in six states and distributes natural gas to more than 1.6 million customers in five states.

Why Cincinnati residents choose AEP Energy.

AEP Energy customers in southwest OH are very pleased. Read what they have to say.

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AEP Energy has been great! They send you a reminder when your current rate is about to expire and renewing at a new low rate on their website was extremely easy. There is a nice rewards program also and they send fun, informative emails out every so often. I am very pleased with my AEP Energy experience!

Katrina G. Jefferson, OH

I was very happy to learn that AEP Energy has a 100% green energy option at a VERY competitive rate. In fact, my rate for the coming year was lower than the previous year. I know others who are looking for a green energy option and I am going to be sure they check out AEP Energy! Everyone should sign up for 100% green energy.

Peggy B. Camden, OH

AEP Energy is not only the best, but they also have competitive rates; far better than the other companies. I am never again switching from AEP Energy. They will have me for life.

Steve S. Athens, OH

As a repeat subscriber to AEP Energy’s renewable energy program, I have been very happy with every aspect of this service. The rates are fair, the website is easy to navigate and it was a simple process to switch to AEP Energy from our regular electricity provider. It is so important that our country expands its capacity for green energy sources, and I have been very pleased to be able to direct our household energy dollars toward support of wind power.

Kathy C. Cincinnati, OH

Frequently Asked Questions

Enrollment

  • No. Most Public Utilities Commissions have only allowed investor owned utilities to participate in electric choice. Municipal electric cooperatives do not participate in electric choice.

  • There is no equipment to install or any changes in wiring or hardware. You also won’t experience any interruptions as a result of enrolling with AEP Energy and there will be no changes in your electricity delivery.

  • Eligibility rules for assistance programs can vary by state and/or utility. Please contact your local utility for more information. In Ohio, unfortunately customers currently enrolled in PIPP or PIPP Plus are not eligible to enroll with AEP Energy.

  • Unfortunately, if you owe money to the local utility, you are not eligible to enroll with AEP Energy until your balance has been paid.

  • No, AEP Energy will take care of notifying the local utility. Enrolling with AEP Energy does not eliminate or cancel your current local utility service. You will remain a customer of your current local utility as they will continue to read your meter, send you one bill that contains all of your charges and provide maintenance and emergency services.

  • In most cases, your service will begin on the next available meter-read date after your local utility accepts your enrollment. This typically takes up to 45-75 days after we receive your enrollment form.

  • Switching fees are a cost imposed by your local utility (with the exception of Pennsylvania) that you may incur as a result of changing suppliers. However, AEP Energy will cover those charges. Please note – switching fees should not be confused with early termination fees. Many price plans do not include an early termination fee, however, please carefully review the terms and conditions of your contract.

  • Many of our price plans do not have an early termination fee if you cancel prior to the end of your agreement. However, please carefully review the terms and conditions of your contract.

  • Yes, our price plans will require that you enter into a contract. Your agreement will outline the terms and conditions including your price and term length, as well as cancellation and renewal provisions.

  • AEP Energy has a variety of electricity product offerings to meet your energy needs. Click here to see the price plans for your area.

  • You will need to provide AEP Energy with your account name and service address as listed on your utility bill, as well as your utility account number. Some utilities use various forms of account numbers or identifiers for their customers. Click here to use our Utility Number Reference Guide to help you find your utility account number and identify what type of information to provide AEP Energy.

  • It’s easy to enroll with AEP Energy! Simply enroll online by browsing the price plans for your area or give us a call at 1-855-300-7192.

General

  • Renewable energy comes from natural sources that are infinite and constantly replenished, like sunlight and wind. Choosing renewable energy is a sustainable and environmentally-friendly way to power your home. Learn more about renewable energy and its benefits here.

  • If you are moving to a new home or apartment, call your local utility to place a disconnect order and arrange for service at the new location. Then contact one of our Customer Care Representatives toll free at 1-866-258-3782 or by completing the contact form here to let us know your plans. Although you can’t transfer your agreement to the new location, you can sign up your new location under a new agreement if it is within a service area that we serve. Click here to see what markets we serve.

  • Many price plans do not include an early termination fee, however, please refer to your service agreement for cancellation provisions.

  • Many consumers have the power to choose an electricity and natural gas supplier, like AEP Energy. If your home is located in a deregulated state, you can choose who supplies your generation and transmission services and what price you pay for it. This allows you to choose the supply plan and contract length that works for you. To learn more about how energy choice works and its benefits, click here.