The Cost of Columbus Electricity

by Donny on March 23, 2011

Columbus, Ohio is the capital of its state and its largest city. It’s also the 16th-largest city in the United States and it has a population of about 787,033, and it’s located about 185 miles west of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Despite the fact it’s the largest city in the state, its metropolitan area is only third, right behind Cincinnati’s and Cleveland’s.

Other than being the capital and largest city in its state, Columbus is well known for being home to Ohio State University.

Something that people don’t often think about when it comes to Columbus is the fact its state is deregulated which means its local citizens have the right and the ability to choose the cheapest electricity rates for their commercial businesses.

If you own a business in Columbus and are looking for a new electric plan, you can shop and compare rates before choosing the best possible deal for your situation.

Simply type your zip code into our compare box and click ‘compare,’ to begin.

Once you do this, if you have any further questions, comments or concerns, please feel free to call one of our expert energy consultants anytime at 1-800-971-4020.

In 2008, the city was ranked 15th most literate city in the United States by Central Connecticut State University and the 19th most educated.

Two years prior to that, in 2006 it was named the eighth best place to live in the United States according to CNN Money Magazine.

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Larry Cornish January 30, 2012 at 12:54 pm

I was checking to see if there is lower rates for electricy, AEP just increased its electricity, I am not for sure if AEP has any competion when it comes to electricity?


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