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  1. Aug 25, 2023 · As of 4 p.m. Friday, 160,811 FirstEnergy customers are without power, down from 220,000. This includes 30,000 in Summit and Portage counties. The Portage outages equaled 25% of FirstEnergy's customers in the county, down from 35%. "Due to the extent of damage, restoration work is expected to continue into the weekend in the hardest hit areas ...

    • What Is An Aggregation?
    • What Is The Aggregation offer?
    • What Does It Mean to Opt out?
    • What Should I do?
    • I’ve Heard About Energy Harbor in The News. Should I Be concerned?
    • Are Other Akron-area Communities Also Getting Opt-Out letters?
    • I Have Questions About Natural Gas Or Other Electricity providers.

    Officials in many communities created aggregation groups, or bulk-buying groups in the early 2000s, after voters passed ballot measures allowing the groups to be formed. Community officials, often with the help of a broker, secure a price for the aggregation. Officials have said over the years they are looking for a good choice for residents, but i...

    According to the letter sent to residents and small businesses in Akron, the fixed rate through Energy Harbor is 4.97 cents per kilowatt hour (kWh) through May 2024 with no cancellation fee. The current rate is 4.93 cents per kWh. The electricity for this offer is also "100% Carbon Free," which according to Energy Harbor means the energy is backed ...

    The way aggregations work is that you are automatically included in the group, unless you opt-out. Customers who are on a special net-metering plan and Percentage of Income Payment Plan (PIPP) are not eligible for the aggregation. Similarly, if you have chosen your own electricity provider, not through the aggregation, you are not part of the aggre...

    If you are happy with the current supplier, the price is pretty close to the current price, so you can stay with the aggregation. If you want to shop around, there are cheaper fixed-rate plans available. Determine what contract length you want and watch for high cancellation fees. To shop, go to the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio’s Apples to A...

    Akron-based FirstEnergy Corp. has been in the news a lot since last July, when federal agents arrested former Republican Ohio House Speaker Larry Householderand other men, including lobbyists for FirstEnergy and its former subsidiary FirstEnergy Solutions, now a separate company known as Energy Harbor. Federal criminal proceedings have followed in ...

    Yes. Communities all have different contract lengths and end dates. Some with current opt-out deadlines from Energy Harbor include: 1. March 26: Barberton (4.97 cents/kWh fixed through May 2024). 2. March 31: Green (4.91cents/kWh fixed through May 2024 or 1% off price-to-compare variable opt-in). 3. April 6: Boston Heights (4.93 cents/kWh fixed thr...

    For information on how to choose the Standard Choice Offer (SCO) for natural gas, the latest SCO pricing and other electricity information, go to Portions of our area, including northern Summit County and Portage and parts of Medina counties, are in the Northeast Ohio Public Energy Council or NOPEC aggregation group. Inform...

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  3. Apr 9, 2023 · The average weighted base price in June will rise to at least 10.1 cents per kilowatt hour (kwh) from a current price of 5.3 cents/kwh — a 91% increase. As the regulated utility, FirstEnergy and its operating companies such as Ohio Edison provide a default price to customers who do not choose their own provider.

    • Betty Lin-Fisher
    • Consumer Reporter
  4. Mar 4, 2021 · Akron, Ohio, March 4, 2021 — The City of Akron has successfully renewed its electric aggregation program, with generation that is 100% carbon-free.

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    Coordinates: 41°4′23″N 81°31′4″W Akron ( / ˈækrən /) is a city in and the county seat of Summit County, Ohio, United States. At the 2020 census, the city proper had a total population of 190,469, making it the fifth-most populous city in Ohio and 136th-most populous city in the United States.

    • 1,004 ft (306 m)
    • Summit
    • 44301-44321, 44325-44326, 44328, 44333-44334, 44372, 44396, 44398
    • Ohio
  6. Mar 1, 2023 · Akron, Ohio, March 1, 2023 — Yesterday, the Biden administration announced a historic $185 million in grant awards for 45 projects through the new Reconnecting Communities Pilot Program, a first-of-its-kind initiative to reconnect communities that are cut off from opportunity and burdened by past transportation infrastructure decisions. The ...