Ohio’s trusted energy partner
Supplying the electricity and natural gas needs of Ohio businesses
IGS Energy supplies both electricity and natural gas to business owners in Akron, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus, Dayton, Toledo, and in the areas served by the Ohio utilities listed below. As one of the nation’s largest independent energy suppliers, IGS Energy works hard to help commercial customers navigate the complexities of a rapidly changing energy marketplace.
Whether you would benefit most from a variable rate, a fixed rate, or a combination of the two, the solutions we offer provide better control and predictability when it comes to your energy costs.
Electricity and natural gas
IGS Energy supplies electricity and natural gas to customers served by the following Ohio utilities:
- American Electric Power Columbus Southern Power
- American Electric Power Ohio Power
- First Energy Toledo Edison
- First Energy Ohio Edison
- First Energy The Illuminating Company
- Dayton Power & Light
- Duke Electric
- Columbia Natural Gas of Ohio
- Dominion East Ohio (East)
- Dominion East Ohio (West)
- Duke Gas
Regulatory and Energy News
Ohio Energy Quick Facts
- Ohio ranked sixth in the U.S. in 2012 for energy consumption in the industrial sector.
- Two large shale formations run through Ohio—the Marcellus and Utica Shale.
- In 2014, coal fueled 67% of Ohio’s net electricity generation.
An Ohio energy supplier proudly serving Ohio businesses
Deciding where and how to get energy for your business is not a decision to be taken lightly. When you choose IGS Energy as your energy supplier, you will join thousands of businesses across the U.S. who rely on us to deliver cost-effective energy solutions. We provide our customers with competitive electricity and natural gas rates for their companies by creating a pricing plan built to suit their unique energy needs.
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