COLUMBUS, Ohio -- The Ohio Grocers Association here signed an agreement with an energy services provider to assist its members in obtaining lower gas prices. According to the agreement signed in August, OGA will aggregate the natural gas needs of its 900 members. The energy services provider can supply natural gas to OGA's members, work individually with them to determine past usage, and design the best program to meet their needs. The bills for the natural gas would then go to the ...
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