Midwest Energy Deregulation
A decade ago, Ohio's electric utilities lost a battle with their industrial customers when the manufacturers convinced state lawmakers that competition could lower monthly electric bills. It was called deregulation, and it swept through states with high electric rates in the mid- to late-1990s. By January 2000, Ohio and 23 other states had begun the radical experiment to allow outside "merchant" power companies to invade the territories of local utilities and beat down their rates.
Deregulating The Midwest
Read more about Deregulation in the Ohio and other midwest areas.read more
Energy Deregulated States in the United States and a color coded map of the U.S. deregulated States.read more
Hows It All Work?
We negotiate cheaper energy plans for our customers and provide savings than the big utility companies can't offer.read more
Deregulation And You?
Do you know what Deregulation means to you?read more