Update on Oxford Electric Aggregation Program

Friday, March 27, 2015

The City of Oxford has arranged for its residents and small businesses to receive 100% renewable energy (wind power) for their electricity supply for the next three years at a fixed price. AEP energy has been selected by the City to provide electricity supply to eligible customers within the City. AEP Energy is in Ohio-based company and a subsidiary of American Electric Power (AEP).

The City’s Electric Aggregation Program provides two supply options for eligible customers, starting with the May 2015 billing cycle (depending on your meter-read date).

Option 1: 100% Renewable Energy  (wind energy)

Under this option you will receive 100% renewable energy at the secure price of 5.785 cents per kWh for a period of 36 months. You do not have to do anything to enroll and there is no cost to participate. You will automatically be enrolled in the 100% renewable energy option unless you choose not to participate. If you do not wish to participate in the aggregation program, you must opt-out.

Option 2: Traditional Energy or 0% Designated Renewable  (coal and natural gas)

Under this option you will receive a traditional energy supply at the secure price of 5.65 cents per kWh for a period of 36 months. If you want this option, you must call AEP at 1-877-726-0214 to enroll in Option 2.

If you decide not to participate in the City’s Electric Aggregation Program

If you decide not to participate in either option offered by the City’s Electric Aggregation Program, you must opt-out.

Read more in the frequently asked questions

Departments: 
City Manager