Ohio Renewable Electricity Costs

Ohio residents can obtain electricity plans that include renewable energy. For example, everyone can choose a plan with 100 percent wind for three dollars per month, or less, anywhere in the state. Prices were taken from the PUCO Apples to Apples comparison on 19 August 2013.

Ohio law specifies that utilities must provide 12.5 percent renewable energy in twelve years time. There is also a limit of cost of three dollars per month. The apples-to-Apples data show that this limitation should not be a problem.

The tabulated data are available from alanpeg@alum.mit.edu.


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