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Discover Duke Energy Rates in Ohio

With more than 150 years of experience, 7.5 million electric consumers and 1.6 million natural gas customers, Duke Energy is one of the largest electric holding companies in the country. Operating in Florida, Indiana, Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina and Ohio, Duke Energy holds nearly 50,000 megawatts of generating capacity and services an area of roughly 95,000 square miles.

In Ohio, Duke Energy provides electricity and natural gas for more than 1.2 million energy consumers in the state.

Compare Ohio electricity suppliers

Since Ohio residents have the power to choose their electric or gas supplier, they have the freedom to shop supply rates between retailers before making an informed decision. To do this, residents can compare Apples to Apples Ohio electric rates, which makes it easy to see the differences between plans. Because the cost of Duke Energy rates for supply might not be the lowest available, this power to choose allows Ohioans to pick the electric or gas supplier that best fits their needs and budget.

If you want to hear Ohio electricity supply rates offered by retail suppliers in your area, contact SaveOnEnergy.com® today to speak with an energy representative and learn more.

Stay warm with HeatShare

Like many utilities in Ohio, Duke Energy participates in various community involvement initiatives. HeatShare provides assistance to consumers unable to afford their heating bills during the cold winter months. Duke Energy in Ohio works with The Salvation Army to administer this program. Those who enroll with Duke Energy for their electricity supply can make a monthly donation to help fund the HeatShare program.

To hear more about Duke Energy's other community initiatives, including those that prioritize the planet and benefit the environment, read the utility's sustainability report.

Call the Duke Energy number to report an emergency

Even if you choose a retailer to get your electricity or gas supply, any emergencies or outages should be reported to your local utility. Duke Energy owns and maintains all power and gas lines that run through its service area. Because of this, the utility is responsible for handling issues such as outages. If the power goes out in your neighborhood and you need your lights turned back on, have a maintenance request or suspect a gas leak, call the Duke Energy number listed below.

  • Area serve: Ohio
  • Gas leak number: 1-800-634-4300
  • Power outage number: 1-800-543-5599
  • News and safety:Read here
  • Community involvement: Read here

Updated: 3-23-17.