Ohio Bill Would End Municipalities' Authority To Conduct Opt-out Aggregations
November 23, 2020 Email This Story Copyright 2010-20 EnergyChoiceMatters.com
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Ohio Senate Bill 363, introduced by Sen. Frank Hoagland, would terminate the authority of municipalities and political subdivisions to enroll electricity and natural gas customers into government aggregations on an opt-out basis
Any governmental aggregations would require prior, affirmative consent of the customer, under the bill
Any existing customer of a municipal aggregation enrolled on an opt-out basis would be provided the right to opt out of the program at any time, without paying a switching fee.