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As one of our Consumers-Owners, you are eligible to participate in these Oberlin Municipal Light and Power System Customer Programs.

Energy Saving Tips – Seasonal and year-round energy saving tips for around the house.

Security Lighting - Feel safer and more secure for only a few dollars per month.

Tree Trimming - Free trimming of branches interfering with your electric service line.

Free Heat Loss Inspection - Stay comfortable while saving money all year long.

Residential Electric Safety - Quick residential electric safety checklist.
Efficiency Smart - Energy Efficiency products and information for your home.
Oberlin Super Rebate Program - Additional rebates for energy efficienty products.

Energy Depot - A set of online tools and resources to help you better understand

and manage your home energy use and costs including a do-it-yourself energy audit.

Just point and click on any of the above customer programs for further details.


Net Metering for Solar - Codified Ordinance of th eCity of Oberlin Section 913.04(b)(3)

Net Metering.  Net metering (an interactive interconnection between the City’s utility system and the consumer’s electric service panel using a standard kilowatt hour meter capable of registering the flow of electricity in both directions) is allowed when on-site generating capacity does not exceed 10 KW (kilowatts) and is derived from solar power.  In cases where capacity exceeds 10 KW, both the customer and utility must sign a net metering agreement before connecting to the utility.

Contact Information

Steve Dupee
Electric Director
Phone: (440) 775-7261

Doug McMillan
Energy Services
& Sustainability Initiatives Manager
Phone: (440) 775-7286

Cindy Simons
Administrative Coordinator
Phone: (440) 775-7260


Oberlin City Hall - 85 South Main Street - Oberlin, Ohio 44074 Ph. (440) 775-1531 Fax (440) 775-7208 Copyright © 2014, City of Oberlin. All rights reserved.