Municipal or governmental aggregation provides local officials the option of shopping for a qualified retail electric supplier on behalf of residential and
small commercial customers. Voters in the community must pass a referendum giving the local officials the authority to run an “opt out” municipal or
An “opt-out” aggregation automatically includes all eligible residential and small commercial customers. Participation is voluntary and you may opt out of the program by returning the form in your aggregation letter, completing the online form or by contacting our customer service team at 800-342-3346.
Your home or small business will be automatically included in the municipal/governmental aggregation; no action is required on your behalf to participate.
Yes, MidAmerican Energy Services' fixed-rate offer locks the price of supply through the term of the agreement.
Distribution charges and taxes will continue to be billed by your utility.
Yes, you will receive one bill from your utility each month. Approximately 30 days after the switch date,
MidAmerican Energy Services' fixed-rate price will replace rates for electric supply and transmission services. Distribution and other utility-based charges will be billed by your utility.
Your budget or summary billing elections will continue to remain in place. In Ohio, MidAmerican Energy Services' does not offer budget billing for generation service.
The utility remains responsible for the delivery of power and energy to your home or business and will continue to respond to any service calls or emergencies.
Switching to a retail supplier will not impact the reliability of your electric service in any way.
We are a certified retail electric supplier, providing electric service to over 60,000 customers in deregulated markets across the country.
MidAmerican Energy Services is consistently recognized as an industry leader in service and customer satisfaction.
We have served customers in deregulated energy markets since 1999 (previously as MidAmerican Energy Company).