Find Ohio’s best
energy rates.

Looking to lower your energy bill? Compare electricity and natural gas rates in Ohio to stay comfortable in summers’ heat or winters’ cold for less.

Ohio energy
rates

Choose a new Ohio electricity rate to keep bills affordable

Did you know that electricity rates change daily? In fact, right now, you’re probably not paying the same rate you were a few hours ago. By taking advantage of Ohio’s energy choice, you can eliminate demand and seasonality fluctuations, and keep bills manageable. Search Ohio electricity prices today.

Average price of residential
electricity in Ohio
13.01 ¢/
per kwh
(updated January 2021 with most recent data available)
U.S. Energy Information Administration

Save more with a better natural gas rate in Ohio

Winters in the Buckeye state can do a number on heating bills. But Price To Compare’s easy-to-use comparison tool allows you to ensure your natural gas rates are reasonable and affordable all season long. Search Ohio natural gas prices to find the best plan for your needs.

Average price of residential
natural gas in Ohio
$13.20 per Mcf/MMBtu
$1.32 per Ccf/therm
(updated January 2021 with most recent data available)
U.S. Energy Information Administration

Renewable energy options in Ohio

Looking for ways to go green, besides donning Ohio University Bobcats gear? Switch to an Ohio renewable energy supplier to lessen your home’s environmental footprint one kilowatt at a time. Search for green energy plans in your area today.


Electricity and natural gas providers in Ohio

Find the best electricity and natural gas prices available from some of the top suppliers available in Ohio, including:

Find commercial energy suppliers in Ohio

From the riverbanks of Cincinnati to the shores Cleveland, Price To Compare can help local Ohio businesses across the state find the best available commercial energy pricing on the market. Request a free quote on business electricity and natural gas rates today.

Utility companies in Ohio

There are nine major utility companies that service electricity and natural gas customers within the state of Ohio.

Utility companies are responsible for transporting energy from a supplier (who creates or generates the energy) to your home. They maintain the wires, pipes and other infrastructure needed to get electricity or gas from Point A to Point B.

About energy deregulation in Ohio

Ohio took the first step toward energy deregulation in 1997, when the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO) began to unbundle natural gas delivery charges – costs charged by the utility company to distribute the gas – from the cost of the actual gas itself. This allowed customers to purchase gas from different suppliers, and choose the right rates and plans for their needs.

Prior to 1999, eight entities controlled the vast majority of Ohio’s electricity market. These Investor-Owned Utilities dictated how most energy was produced and delivered to customers’ homes and businesses.

However, with the passing of the Ohio Electric Restructuring Act in July of 1999 (also known as Senate Bill 3), the state ultimately authorized the deregulation of its electric power industry and make way for a more competitive, consumer-focused market. Senate Bill 3 went into effect in 2001.

Currently, nearly 2.4 million electric customers and 1.7 million natural gas customers are participating in energy choice programs within the state of Ohio.

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