Electric Aggregation Program                                                  for Unincorporated Areas of Greene County

In this day and age of rising costs, saving money is a goal for most people. The Greene County Board of Commissioners wants to help homeowners reach that goal. The Board negotiates with electric generation suppliers for a discounted rate. The Board typically signs a two- to three-year agreement with the successful electric generation supplier. All eligible residents (depending on your zip code/mailing address) and small businesses in the unincorporated areas of the County are enrolled in the program. However, if they do not want to be a part of the program they can choose to “opt out” of the program.

UTD 1/2/2024:

**EFFECTIVE JUNE 1, 2024** 
A refreshed price rate of $0.06270 per kWh will begin June 2024 through December 2025 for eligible *residents (depending on your zip code/mailing address) and small businesses in the unincorporated areas of Greene County.

*Residents of the Village of Bowersville, the Village of Cedarville, and the Village of Clifton rates will begin in November 2024 and run through December 2025. 

-Please contact us at 937-562-5006 will any further questions. 
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7/20/22:

**PLEASE NOTE: Due to the high volume of incoming calls, please bear with Palmer Energy as we move through the eligibility & enrollment process. We are following up with phone calls and voicemails as quickly as we can. 


Greene County has an electric aggregation program for unincorporated areas currently in place until May of 2024. Palmer Energy is the Broker working with Greene County and Energy Harbor is the supplier. All eligible residents (depending on your zip code/mailing address) and small businesses in the unincorporated areas of the County can enroll into the program.


 If County residents have questions about the Greene County electric aggregation program for unincorporated areas or questions regarding a recent letter regarding your electric supplier, please contact:
 
Valerie Bluhm, Palmer Energy Representative
 (419) 491-1040
 [email protected]
 *** If you already have an account through the electric aggregation program for unincorporated areas, please have your account number, name and address readily available. 

**PLEASE NOTE: Due to the high volume of incoming calls, please bear with Palmer Energy as we move through the eligibility & enrollment process. We are following up with phone calls and voicemails as quickly as we can. 


All eligible residents (depending on your zip code/mailing address) and small businesses in the unincorporated areas of the County can enroll into the program.
If you reside in the following cities, please contact the city office to determine if you qualify for any programs they may have.


City of Beavercreek

(937) 427-5500

1368 Research Park Drive

Beavercreek, OH 45432

CLICK HERE to view the City of Beavercreek's Electric Aggregation Program


City of Bellbrook

(937) 848-4666

15 East Franklin Street

Bellbrook, OH 45305


City of Fairborn

(937) 754-3030

44 W. Hebble Avenue, Fairborn, OH 45324


Additional Contacts:

Amy Hoffman

Palmer Energy Company/County Commissioners Association of Ohio

419-491-1006


**PLEASE NOTE: Due to the high volume of incoming calls, please bear with Palmer Energy as we move through the eligibility & enrollment process. We are following up with phone calls and voicemails as quickly as we can. 


For more information on this program, go to these links:


Snapshot of Governmental Aggregation


Frequently Asked Questions


Ohio Public Utilities Commission


County Commissioners Association of Ohio

CONTACT

Valerie Bluhm, Palmer Energy Representative
(419) 491-1040  
[email protected]

Amy Hoffman
Palmer Energy Company/County Commissioners Association of Ohio
419-491-1006
[email protected]