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Aggregated Gas and Electric
Genoa Township established a contract to leverage the group buying power of its residents and businesses to provide lower gas and electric rates after voter approval for the opt-out program in 2015. This process is called “aggregation.” Eligible households are automatically enrolled in the aggregation program but may opt out at any time to use another provider of their choice.

Contact the Township's energy aggregation advisor, Trebel, to be removed from future aggregation mailings (make this request at 877-861-2772). For electric aggregation only, the Public Utilities Commission (PUCO) offers a 'do not aggregate' service for those who wish to forego receiving aggregation mailings in the future. 

The current fixed rate for community aggregated electricity is $.0849 per kwh and .769 per ccf for gas.
To opt-in or out of service for natural gas OR electric aggregation contact: Archer Energy, 844-795-7491 

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vertical barVisit the Public Utility Commission of Ohio and the Office of the Ohio Consumers Counsel websites to access information on utility providers including an "Apples to Apples" price comparison tool. The PUCO regulates providers of utility services to assure Ohioans adequate, safe and reliable public utility services at a fair price. The OCC is a residential utility consumer advocate, representing the interests of households before regulators and educates consumers about utility issues.

View aggregation contracts and related documents

Please note that a few Genoa Township households receive electric service from the City of Westerville Electric Division or natural gas from Suburban Natural Gas Company and are not eligible for Genoa Township aggregation programs- View a map of the City of Westerville customers.

Delaware County Regional Sewer District, 740-833-2240

Flat rate billing is conducted quarterly the first or second week of February, May, August, and November.

For homes with operating irrigation systems, a backflow test is required annually in the spring. This test ensures contaminants do not back up into drinking water. A list of approved backflow testing companies is available on the Delco website.

Del-Co Water Company, 740-548-7746

Del-Co Water, a 501-C (12) corporation, is a private public drinking water company with a service area that extends into seven central Ohio counties serving all of Genoa Township.