Cleveland energy rates
Cleveland has a metro population of nearly 2.07 million and is located near Lake Erie in northeastern Ohio. There are four distinct seasons in the city, and its climate ranges from cold and snowy in the winter to hot and humid in the summer. The climate, urban lifestyle and large population create a residential and commercial need for efficient, fairly priced energy.
Over the course of a year, energy prices in Cleveland fluctuate. In general, consumers can get the cheapest rates at the end and the beginning of the calendar year; in late spring and early summer, prices are highest. Check out Cleveland energy rates and natural gas plans to see what prices and options are available.