Public Utility Commission of Ohio - Meeting on Dayton Power and Light Proposal
Dayton Power and Light is planning to nearly triple their fixed fees, despite the fact that they made record profits last year. If they succeed, customers in Southwest Ohio will have to pay $114 more a year in fees before they even flip on the lights. That’s bad news for Ohioans, especially those trying to manage a budget, cut back on electricity usage, or rely on home-generated energy from solar panels.
But before they can hike your bill, DP&L must justify this price increase to the Public Utility Commission of Ohio. Two hearings were just scheduled in Dayton, which means that customers like you have a chance to speak out against these unfair fee increases.
Consumers Union invites you to RSVP to attend one or both of the hearings and speak out against the price hike.
Tuesday, May 8 at 1:00 p.m. and Thursday, May 10 at 6:00 p.m.
Dayton Municipal Building, Council Chambers
101 W Third St