The supplier should download the required agreements and forms from AES Ohio's supplier website and submit them to AES Ohio for consideration. Refer to Chapter 3 of the Supplier Handbook for more information.
The EDI certification test plans are on AES Ohio's supplier website. You can review the plans and decide what is appropriate for the customers you will be soliciting. Then, contact AES Ohio Electric Choice Administration by calling 937-331-4431 or emailing email@example.com . You will be put in contact with the appropriate person to set up the testing. Registration materials must be submitted before testing begins.
Yes. Templates have been provided for each of these credit arrangements. They can be downloaded from AES Ohio's supplier website.
All technical assistance to a licensed supplier will be billed as specified in the AGS Coordination Tariff ($41 per hour as of February 2015). This excludes any assistance required for EDI certification testing.
It includes, but is not limited to, the following:
• Manual Verification of Customer Data
• Explanation of AES Ohio Filings or Regulatory Orders
• Explanation of AES Ohio Internet Site/Network Communications
• Research in Connection with a Supplier Inquiry
• Manual Requests for Historical Usage outside EDI
• Requests or Inquiries on Dual, Consolidated Rate Ready or Consolidated Bill Ready Billing
Additional fees may be assessed pursuant to Section 18A (Schedule of Fees and Charges) of the AGS Coordination Tariff.
AES Ohio only operates in the AES Ohio (DAY) zone.
Yes. Every licensed supplier in the AES Ohio service area is required to have a Dayton-specific subaccount to be used for all PJM market settlements, capacity and transmission activities. These functions include Retail Load Responsibility (RLR) scheduling and forecasting of peak load contribution (PLC) and network service peak load (NSPL) obligations.
• Dual Billing?
• Utility Consolidated Rate Ready Billing?
• Utility Consolidated Bill Ready Billing?
• Budget Billing?
Yes. Suppliers can utilize budget billing via Bill Ready or Rate Ready Billing (see Section 10 of the Rate Ready Billing Services Agreement).
• Percentage Discount off the AES Ohio Price-to-Compare?
Yes - Rate Ready Billing
• Supplier Consolidated Billing?
• Active account switches to another supplier?
If the customer is switching from one supplier to another supplier, AES Ohio will issue a bill displaying the final supplier charges. If the customer does NOT pay these charges, they will be wiped off just prior to producing the first bill for the new supplier.
• Active account returning to standard offer billing?
If a switched customer is leaving a supplier and returning to AES Ohio's Standard Service Offer (SSO) rate, AES Ohio will issue a bill displaying the final supplier charges. Since the wipe-off does not occur for approximately 90 days, AES Ohio will continue to display the unpaid supplier charges on subsequent SSO bills. If the customer does NOT pay these charges, they will be wiped off just prior to producing the third SSO bill.
• Final account?
If a switched customer ends distribution service with AES Ohio, the final bill will contain the final supplier charges. If the customer does NOT pay these charges, they will be wiped off just prior to producing the final bill reminder (or 9 days after the final bill due date).
• 1/6 - Customer owes 1/6th of past due arrears plus current bill. For the past due amount, the agreement uses the ES/EL ratio at the time the pay agreement was written. Current bill is the actual balance that has not aged.
• 1/9 - Customer owes 1/9th of their past due arrears plus an average bill amount. For the past due amount, the agreement uses the ES/EL ratio at the time the pay agreement was written. The average bill amount is also prorated.
• Winter Heating Plan - Customer owes 1/3rd of their account balance due each month. The agreement shall be offered for any bills that include any usage from November 1st to April 15th of each year. The agreement uses the ES/EL ratio at time of billing.
According to Section 4g of the BSA, the changes will be made by AES Ohio within 21 business days.
• 12 days for AES Ohio to define, test & send results to supplier
• 3 days for the supplier to verify test results
• 3 days for AES Ohio to correct the error
• 3 days to install in the AES Ohio billing system
The list contains the following information:
• End-use customer name
• Service address and city
• Service state and zip code
• Mailing address and city
• Mailing state and zip code
• Budget Bill Indicator/PIPP Indicator
• Billing unit number
• Meter type
• Inside/Outside meter indicator
• Rate schedule under which service is rendered, including class and sub-class
• Interval meter indicator
• Load profile code
• Most recent 12 months of historical usage data (actual energy usage plus demand, if avail)
• Meter number
• Net Metering Indicator
No. Those factors are used by PJM to calculate the suppliers' Daily Zonal UCAP Obligations. Below is the calculation used by PJM:
Daily Zonal UCAP Obligation = PLC (aggregate total by supplier) * Final Zonal RPM Scaling Factor * Forecast Pool Requirement
Effective with bills issued in October 2018, customers served at secondary or above voltage will incur delivery charges for all kW demand at the tariffed rates. Previously, the first 5 kW had been free. If the customer does not have a demand meter, the billed demand will be calculated each month according to the conversion table below.
If you do not receive a demand read via EDI and would like to bill a non-residential customer a demand charge, you can now use the demand conversion. The conversion table calculates an estimated demand reading based on the kWh usage for the current bill period. Again, this should only be used for non-residential customers that are not receiving demand reads via EDI. In the future (estimated Q1 2019), the billed demand will be provided to suppliers via the BB loop on the EDI 867 transactions.
|0-500 kWh||1 kW|
|501-1000 kWh||2 kW|
|1001-1500 kWh||3 kW|
|1501-2000 kWh||4 kW|
|2001-2500 kWh||5 kW|
*If usage exceeds 2500 kWh, demand is set to 5 kW and meter will be scheduled for exchange.