Ohio GFOA Governmental Energy Aggregation Webinar

 | 12:00 pm to 01:00 pm

Washington Plaza Hotel

10 Thomas Circle NW

Washington, DC 20005

About the Webinar

Governmental energy aggregation is spreading across all of Ohio, largely as a result of a number of recent Public Utilities Commission of Ohio rulings that are opening up all of the Ohio investor owned utilities to retail competition. This webinar will discuss the important aspects of governmental energy aggregation in Ohio from several different perspectives.


Glenn Krassen, an energy partner from Bricker & Eckler LLP, will discuss the nuts and bolts of how an Ohio political subdivision can develop and operate an electric or gas governmental aggregation program.

Chuck Keiper, Executive Director, Northeast Ohio Public Energy Council (NOPEC), the largest governmental retail energy aggregation in the county based in Solon, Ohio, will discuss the advantages of governmental aggregation in Ohio and the considerations a political subdivision should take into account in evaluating whether to move forward with governmental aggregation.

Cathe Armstrong, Finance Director, City of Upper Arlington, will discuss her city’s involvement in an unsuccessful governmental natural gas aggregation in Central Ohio, as well as a current electricity governmental aggregation program.


Ohio GFOA's Governmental Energy Aggregation Webinar will provide 1.0 CPE hours in category MS. Participants will receive a Certificate of Attendance upon completion of the Webinar.


For questions about the presentation, call Rhonda Weidman at the Ohio GFOA office at 614.228.4715. For questions about registration, contact Rebekah Richards of Bricker & Eckler at rrichards@bricker.com or 614.227.4811.


Ohio GFOA Members: Free

Non-members: $20 (Ohio GFOA will invoice non-member participants following the webinar)

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