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The kilowatt-hour tax was created by the Ohio General Assembly in 2001 as part of a broader legislative effort to deregulate electric utilities. The tax applies to electric distribution companies with end users in Ohio, as well as certain self-assessing commercial or industrial purchasers of electricity. Rates are tiered and vary according to the kilowatt-hour (KwH) consumption of individual end users of electricity.
For more information on the tax, see the links below.