Utilities for Avon, Indiana

Find Your Utilities Companies Before Moving in Avon!

Avon, Indiana is one of Central Indiana’s fastest growing communities and if you are looking to make your move there, then please use this page as a helpful guide to assist you on your move.

Electric Companies

Duke EnergyDuke Energy covers six states, providing electricity to 7.6 million retail customers. They have a portfolio of renewable energy assets, and maintain diversity in their power generation assets across North America.

Hendricks Power Cooperative – As an electric cooperative, Hendricks Power is part of the nation’s largest energy network which includes 1,000 electric cooperatives, public power districts, power supply generation and transmission cooperatives, statewide associations, regional trade and service associations, supply and manufacturing cooperatives, data processing cooperatives and employee credit unions.

Indianapolis Power & Light Company – The Indianapolis Power & Light Company, also known as IPL, provides electric service to the city of Indianapolis, serving the city’s residents while pursuing diversified power generation and sustainability measures.

Water

  • IWC Resources, no website available.  Phone: (317) 631-1431 – 1220 Waterway Blvd., Indianapolis, IN 46202

Garbage Services

  • No service is provided by the town. Private contractors provide removal services and curbside recycling.

Natural Gas Companies

VectrenVectren is a low-cost provider of wholesale electricity to other utilities and power marketers in the Midwest. Vectren’s regulated subsidiaries deliver gas to more than one million customers in adjoining service territories that cover two-thirds of Indiana and west central Ohio. Vectren North provides energy delivery services to 580,000 natural gas customers located in central and southern Indiana.

Service Providers

AT&TAT&T Communications provides mobile, broadband, video and other communications services to U.S.-based consumers and more than 3 million companies – from the smallest business to nearly all the Fortune 1000. Revenues from these services totaled more than $150 billion in 2017.

Spectrum – Delivering a wide range of TV, internet and voice services to residential and business consumers through the Spectrum brand, Charter Communications is the third-largest multichannel video service provider in the US by total subscribers.

ComcastXfinity from Comcast provides TV, high-speed Internet, phone and home security services to consumers across the country. With a variety of packages available to suit multiple lifestyles, Xfinity can be the right answer for many consumers.

DirectTVDirecTV provides digital television services through AT&T, via satellite technology. DirectTV offers a wide variety of TV packages, centered around streaming live and on-demand titles, DVR capabilities and access to premium networks.

Verizon – Offering phone hardware and coverage, as well as Fios TV, Verizon is among the largest telecommunications companies operating in the US.

DISH – The fourth-largest multichannel video service provider in the US by total subscribers, DISH Provides pay-TV service to more than 13 million consumers. Direct satellite broadcast and over-the-top IPTV service Sling TV are among the products it offers to consumers.