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Ohio Energy Alternative Duke Energy

As the demand for renewable energy grows, many states actively explore alternative energy solutions. Ohio, in particular, has made significant strides in developing its energy alternatives, offering consumers more choices and reducing their reliance on traditional utility companies.

Fortunately, Ohio is an energy-deregulated state. This allows residential customers to choose an independent energy supplier to manage your energy prices, billing, and customer services, which is where Nordic Energy services come into play. Keep reading to see why making the switch could be in your best interests.

Why Make the Switch to Nordic Energy

When you switch to Nordic Energy, you can expect various benefits. As an independently owned, national-based company, Nordic Energy offers Alternative Retail Electric Supplier (ARES) and Alternative Gas Supplier (AGS) services. With 170 years of combined experience in the deregulated market, Nordic Energy brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise. We offer flexible pricing for commercial and residential customers and constantly innovate energy options, ensuring you find the best solution for your energy needs. One feature our customers rave about is our quick response times and streamlined processes, meaning no red tape to slow you down. Additionally, Nordic Energy can quote prices in real-time, allowing you to make informed decisions without waiting 5 or 6 hours.

Differences Between an Energy Utility and an Energy Supplier

An energy utility company is responsible for the physical infrastructure that takes power from the nearest power plant to your home or business. Previously, utility companies were also the only available suppliers, but times have changed with advancements in technology and the energy sector.

Thanks to energy deregulation, now there are energy suppliers like Nordic Energy. As an energy supplier, we will function as an energy broker, dealing with big and small electricity sources, including a mix of local green energy generators. As an alternative supplier, we can connect customers like yourself with accounts and reliable pricing programs - and create customer competition for the utility companies - even though your power is still coming down the same lines that the utility is responsible for.

What We Do to Make a Difference in Your Experience

Nordic Energy cares about how your energy pricing and accessible account services impact local Ohio residents and businesses. We take the time to help assess your energy consumption needs and develop a plan that can help you get the best value and reliability. Our customer service teams are responsive and friendly, and our billing policies are transparent for your convenience. We're also ready to answer questions anytime for current customers and curious locals looking for a Duke Energy alternative.

We know how important your electricity pricing and plan are, and we strive to ensure your experience is positive one month after month.

Make the Switch today to Nordic!

If you're looking for an alternative energy supplier in Ohio, Nordic Energy provides the experience you deserve. Contact us with questions or to get started making the switch right away. We look forward to helping you find the perfect energy plan for your home or business needs.


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DISCLAIMER: Nordic Energy Services, LLC ("Nordic"), is not the same entity as your electric delivery company. You are not required to enroll with Nordic. Beginning on (effective date), the electric supply price to compare is (price in cents per kilowatt hour). The electric utility electric supply price will expire on (expiration date). The utility electric supply price to compare does not include the purchased electricity adjustment factor. For more information go to the Illinois Commerce Commission's free website at The purchased electricity adjustment factor may range between +.5 cents and -.5 cents per kilowatt hour.
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