OEUIOhio Electric Utility Institute (Columbus, OH)
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As a part of this transition, the OEUI office located at 175 S.
Founded in 1951, the OEUI monitors legislation affecting the industry, advocates common positions among the member companies, and provides educational information to consumers.
As a long-time representative of the OEUI, Snyder is a well-known and respected figure around the Statehouse and among the electric utility companies.
OEUI is also a partner with the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio and the Ohio Consumers' Counsel in helping to develop Ohio Electric Choice, the statewide campaign to educate consumers on electric restructuring.
As Ohio moves into its third year of electric restructuring, OEUI will continue to work closely with state officials to accomplish the gradual transition to competition.
With Ohio in the midst of electric restructuring, OEUI will continue to work closely with state officials to accomplish a smooth transition to competition," said Temple.
OEUI is a non-profit state trade association representing investor-owned electric companies in Ohio.
OEUI represents Ohio's five investor-owned electric companies, which provide electricity to 4.
Founded in 1951, OEUI has become a leader among the electric industry's trade associations, winning many awards and honors.
The Ohio Society of Association Executives (OSAE) has presented OEUI with an Award of Merit for its Ohio Electro Expo, put on in May at the Vern Riffe Center in Columbus.
Founded in 1951, OEUI has eight member companies including Cincinnati Gas & Electric Company, Cleveland Electric Illuminating Company, Columbus Southern Power Company, Dayton Power and Light Company, Monongahela Power Company, Ohio Edison Company, Ohio Power Company and Toledo Edison Company.
As OEUI chairman and president, Erikson will preside over the association's board of directors, which is responsible for setting overall policy.