Gas & Electric Aggregation


Delhi Approval

In response to voter approval in 2014, governmental energy aggregation programs were established for the citizens of Delhi Township as an alternative to the energy options that are available through Duke Energy.

Energy Aggregation

Aggregation is when a group of customers join together to form a single, larger customer that buys energy for its members. The citizens, who are members of an aggregation program, gain buying power to solicit the lowest price for the group's natural gas and/or electricity needs. The energy suppliers for Delhi's aggregation program are committed to helping their customers receive competitive pricing for their natural gas and electricity supply.

Eligible customers, who will receive an invitation to join by mail, will have the option to participate or opt out with no penalty. If you are interested in becoming a member, you are encouraged to contact the supplier directly.

Program Suppliers & Rates

Natural Gas Program Supplier - AEP Energy

  • Following a short break mid-year, the program was reinstated at a rate of $0.839 / ccf with AEP Energy as the new supplier in August, 2022.  This rate is locked in through October, 2024.

Electricity Supplier  - Dynegy Energy

  • The current rate of $0.0529 per kiloWatts hour is locked in from June 2021 through December 2022.  A 100% renewable energy option rate is also available, that rate is locked in at $0.0543 per kiloWatts hour.
  • With the contract expiring at the end of the year, our energy broker is currently watching the market to lock in the best price for winter.  Please check back at a later time for an update.

Contact Information

Note to Residents

Our program suppliers distribute program information to eligible residents by mail only during their open enrollment process - THEY DO NOT SOLICIT BY PHONE OR DOOR-TO-DOOR.  As more suppliers are offering their services in our area, they may contact you by mail, phone, or in person.  Be leery of other offers, including other divisions within the companies that supply energy for our programs, as they are not affiliated with the governmental energy aggregation programs.  While door-to-door sales tactics can be obtrusive, they are not illegal with the required vendors licensing through the Police Department.  If you experience a pushy salesman at your door, get their name and contact information and ask to see their vendor’s license.  If they are unable to provide one, we recommend you report it to the Police Department.