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Learn how to switch to a new provider or how to switch back to AEP Ohio.
Be ready to provide your Service Delivery Identifier (SDI) Number found on your bill.
Look for a letter from AEP to confirm your intention to switch.
If you decide to switch back to AEP Ohio
We are required to include your name, address, usage information, and other customer specific information as identified on the approved pre-enrollment list displayed on our website and tariffs, on a list of eligible customers that is made available to other competitive retail electric service providers. See a list of the information we are required to share. If you do not wish to be included on this list, complete this form, or call AEP Ohio at 1.888.237.5566, or write to us at 1 AEP Way, Hurricane, WV 25526. If you have previously made a similar election, your name will continue to be excluded from the list without any additional action on your part. If you previously decided not to be included on the list and would like to reverse that decision, complete this form, or call or write AEP Ohio at the phone number or address shown above. An election not to be included on this list will not prevent AEP Ohio from providing your information to governmental aggregators.
See definitions of terms to help you understand the language of many of the electric service provider documents.
View a list of Certified Retail Electric Service (CRES) providers and certified aggregators in our service territory.
Ask AEP Ohio to remove your name from a list provided to other service providers. Or, ask to be put back on the list if you change your mind.
A CRES is a Competitive Retail Electric Service Provider.
In Ohio, customers are free to choose who supplies, in some instances, the Generation portion of their electricity service. Customers can purchase this service from a Competitive Retail Electric Service (CRES) Provider.
Initial switches are free. We will charge a switch fee for subsequent switches, if applicable, to the provider you choose. Please visit Rules About Switching for details.
After you agree to switch electric providers, we will send a letter to you in the mail informing you that we've been notified of this switch. If you wish to object to the switch, instructions are given on how to.
No. Your SDI number is unique, and is 17 digits long. It can be found on the bill in the charges section. Depending on your specific account, you may have more than one SDI (for example, you have metered service and non-metered lights at your premise).
Yes. You will continue to receive AEP Ohio charges for certain transmission costs and distribution (the local poles and wires that distribute electricity to your house). Your CRES Provider may opt to place their charges on our bill or send you a separate statement.
In compliance with Ohio Administrative Code 4901:1-10-29 (E), AEP Ohio must supply eligible-customer lists available to CRES providers that contain customer name, service and mailing address, rate schedule, load profile, meter type, meter read date and historical consumption data for each of the most recent twelve months.
To opt-off this pre-enrollment (eligible-customer) list, visit Opt Off/Opt Onto Shared Customer List.
No, you do not have to change your meter.
You should continue to call us during an outage.
You can return to the Standard Service Offer at any time by either canceling your contract with your current supplier or by contacting AEP and requesting the Standard Service Offer service.
AEP Ohio will continue reading your electric meter.
Once payments are received, and depending on what type of billing you have-AEP Ohio pays the CRES provider their portion.
Your price-to-compare is found on your AEP Ohio bill below the total amount due. In order for you to save money off your utility's supply charges, a supplier must offer you a price lower than AEP Ohio's price per kWh for the same usage that appears on your bill.
To maintain accurate billing for both AEP Ohio and the CRES, switching only occurs on the meter read date.
State law prevents regulated utilities, such as AEP Ohio, from providing any information about competitive retail electric suppliers. You can find the latest offers and certified suppliers on the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio Apples to Apples chart at energychoice.ohio.gov.
Get information from other sources like the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio's website.
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