MIAMI VALLEY — AES Ohio customers will soon be getting a bill with noticeably higher rates.
According to AES, there are multiple reasons for this price hike including the War in Ukraine, inflation and an increase in gas prices.
Prices are up 6 cents per kWh from 4.8 cents to 10.9 cents per kWh., this may seem small but it can add up.
A customer who uses 1,000 kWh per month, will see a $60 increase on their bill.
Mary Ann Kabel, director of corporate communications with AES, suggests that you look at your average kWh used on a monthly basis and how it fits into your budget.
AES charges nearly 4 cents more than any other electric company in the state, according to Energy Choice Ohio.
There are five other electric companies in the state besides AES, all of which charge roughly 6 cents per kWh.
You can review the available competitive supplier offers by visiting the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio’s Energy Choice Ohio website at energychoice.ohio.gov. If you see a better available rate on the site, you are able to sign-up for an alternate supplier.
More information on AES Ohio can be found here.
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