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Dominion East Ohio Gas Bill <h2>BILLING PERIOD AND METER READINGS</h2><p>Difference between last month's meter reading and this month's meter reading OR MCF usage. <h2>MONTHLY USAGE COMPARISON</h2><p>Compares last month's natural gas usage with up to the previous 13 month's consumption as well as the average temperatures for the current billing period.</p> <h2>CURRENT CHARGES</h2><p>Displays the Basic Monthly Charge, Gas Usage Charges and Gross Receipts Tax.</p> <h2>CREDITS & CHARGES</h2><p>Ending balance on your last bill, any fees charged and any payments received since your last bill.</p> <h2>ACCOUNT NUMBER</h2><p>Customer account number< is required to sign up with a natural gas supplier in the Energy Choice program.</p>

What Goes Into Your Ohio Gas Bill From Dominion

Today, the price of everything is changing. Groceries, entertainment, and especially transportation costs are on the rise. Natural gas for heating and cooking is no different. That price is changing, too, and if you are a Dominion East Ohio Standard Choice Offer (SCO) residential customer that does not use more than 3,000 MCF of natural gas a year, here are some things you should know about your Dominion gas bill:

If you are eligible for Energy Choice but have not chosen a gas supplier or joined an aggregation program, you are assigned a supplier and your gas rate will conform to the Standard Choice Offer rate.

This rate is based on the results of an auction and approved by the PUCO. Your supplier name will show on your bill to let you know who is supplying your natural gas. Every customer assigned to a supplier will pay the same monthly SCO rate on their Dominion gas bill regardless of the supplier.

Account Number: Customer account number is required to sign up with a natural gas supplier in the Energy Choice program.

Credits & Charges: Ending balance on your last bill Dominion gas bill, any fees charged and any payments received since your last bill.

Monthly Usage Comparison: Compares last month’s natural gas usage with up to the previous 13 month’s consumption as well as the average temperatures for the current billing period.

Current Charges: Displays the Basic Monthly Charge, Gas Usage Charges and Gross Receipts Tax.

  1. General Sales Service Rate
    1. Basic Monthly Service Charge: The applicable Basic Monthly Service Charges for each rate schedule include a service charge to cover the fixed costs for delivering gas plus associated riders.
    2. Usage-Based Charge: Covers costs that vary based on the amount of gas used each billing period, including applicable riders and taxes (MCF - A standard measurement of gas equaling 1,000 cubic feet). These charges do not include the cost of gas.
    3. Gross Receipts Tax: Ohio tax levied on public utilities.
  2. Total Dominion East Ohio Charges: Basic Monthly Service Charges + Usage-Based Charges + Gross Receipts Tax.
  3. Natural Gas Charges: (Heading on this section will vary depending on the natural gas supplier you choose).
    Gas Cost = Gas Usage (MCF) X Supplier rate.
    1. Gas Usage (MCF): Difference between last month's meter reading and this month's meter reading.
    2. Supplier Rate: Varies depending upon the natural gas supplier you choose and the terms of your contract (fixed, variable, hybrid, etc.)
    Sales Tax: The tax amount is also given, but not the taxable rate. That varies.
  4. Total Natural Gas Supplier Charges: Gas Cost (MCF) + Sales Tax.
  5. Total Current Charges: Total Dominion East Ohio Charges + Total Natural Gas Charges
  6. Total Account Balance: Credits & Charges + Total Current Charges

    Billing Period and Meter Readings: Difference between last month's meter reading and this month's meter reading OR MCF usage.

    Dominion East Ohio Home Performance with Energy Star Program

    The Dominion East Ohio Home Performance with Energy Star program (HPwES) is a residential energy audit and retro-fit program that seeks to transform the way energy efficiency improvements are encouraged and coordinated.  It is built upon the comprehensive “whole house” concept.  The HPwES program, administered by GoodCents, is offered to eligible residential DEO customers and features a home energy audit performed by energy auditors. The assessment will focus on providing customers with recommended gas energy efficiency measures that may be implemented.  During the audit, a blower door test will be performed and basic measures, such as weather-stripping, caulking, and replacement air filters may be installed.  Upon conclusion of the audit, the auditor will provide the customer with a detailed list of energy efficiency improvements that they should consider for their homes.  Customers will receive a list of rebates available for each measure.  Energy efficiency measures recommended through the HPwES program include furnace replacement, thermostat replacement, water heater insulation and replacement, and window replacement .

    Dominion East Ohio Home Non-Residential Energy Assessment Program

    Dominion East Ohio and the Council of Smaller Enterprises (COSE) have teamed up to offer free energy efficiency assessments to qualifying Dominion East Ohio customers who own or lease a nonresidential building. The program provides nonresidential customers in Dominion East Ohio’s service territories with the resources they need to not only better understand their current energy use, but ultimately decrease it through actionable energy efficiency improvements that can help reduce the costs of utility bills.

    After participants apply for the program, COSE will schedule the assessment at a time convenient for the business owner or organization. Approximately two weeks later, COSE will present a detailed report that outlines all recommendations and an action plan for their implementation. Many of the recommendations coming out of the assessments are often at no cost or are low cost suggestions.

    To qualify for the program and the free energy efficiency assessment, an organization or business must be serviced by Dominion East Ohio on either the General Sales Service-Nonresidential or Energy Choice Transportation Service-Nonresidential rate schedule, and occupy a facility of no more than 25,000 square feet. The quick and easy online application can be found at www.DEONonResidentialAudits.org. Those with questions can email at DominionAudits@cose.org or call (216) 592-2234. .