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Survey: Paulding-Putnam Electric among lowest rates in Ohio
Thursday, April 25, 2013 5:01 PM

PAULDING – Paulding-Putnam Electric Cooperative has earned the distinction of being one of the lowest cost providers of electricity in Ohio.

A recent independent survey of rates from all types and sizes of utilities across the state showed Paulding-Putnam to have lowest rates among electric cooperatives, in addition to having a rate structure competitive with large investor-owned power companies.

This is quite an achievement for a member-owned and nonprofit electric co-op, serving in mainly rural areas where households per mile of line are fewer and commercial-industrial load less than in urban areas.


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