What are the different types of Aggregations?

In Ohio there are two types of Aggregations. A community may conduct an “Opt-Out” program or an “Opt-In” program. With Opt-Out programs, each eligible resident is automatically enrolled in the program unless they notify the supplier that they do not wish to participate. With Opt-In programs, each resident must notify the supplier to actively enroll in the program. Opt-Out Aggregations are the most common types of aggregation programs because they result in higher participation that usually results in lower rates.

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1. Who is the natural gas supplier for the City’s program?
2. What are Governmental Natural Gas Aggregation Programs?
3. What are the benefits of Gas Aggregation?
4. What are the different types of Aggregations?
5. What does a community need to do to become an Aggregator?
6. Whom do I call if I have a problem with my natural gas service?
7. How long is the program?
8. Does our community benefit from the program?
9. My friend lives in a nearby community and has a different rate from Constellation than mine. Why?
10. What happens if I’m part of the program and I move?
11. This sounds complex. Is our community qualified to handle such a program?
12. Who should I talk to if these FAQs haven't answered my question?