Electricity in Cincinnati

by Donny on June 6, 2011

Cincinnati has a population of about 196,943 which makes it the third largest city in the state of Ohio and the 24th largest city in the entire United States.

Its metropolitan area has a population of about 2,155,137. The state’s first two largest cities are Columbus and Cleveland.

The city is located in southwestern Ohio in Hamilton county about 107 miles southwest of Columbus.

It has received many accolades and much recognition for being a great place to live.

In 1993, it was known as The “Most Livable City”. In 2004, it was named one of the Top 10 “Cities that Rock.”

Three years later, in 2007, Forbes Magazine named in the one of the “Best Cities for Young Professionals,” and earlier this year, Forbes Magazine ranked it No. 5 in “America’s Most Affordable Cities.”

Perhaps one thing that makes it such a great and affordable place to live is that residents now have the right and the ability to choose the most affordable electricity rates and providers for their commercial businesses.

Ohio is among a handful of other states to have become deregulated which means if you’re a business owner in Cincinnati or another deregulated area in the state, you can shop and compare multiple rates and providers before settling on the best possible option.

Just type your zip code into our compare box, select ‘commercial’ and click the compare button.

Once you do this, if you have any further questions, comments or concerns, please don’t hesitate to give us a call anytime at 1-800-971-4020 to speak to one of our expert energy consultants.

The city is represented in two professional sports. The Bengals of the NFL and the Reds of the MLB.

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