High Winter Bills
You have options when paying your bill, even if it’s higher than you were expecting.
When temps drop, energy use goes up.
Heating accounts for
of energy use
in normal weather
(more in extreme cold)
- Get an HVAC tune up
- Change filter each month
- Keep thermostat at 68° F
Less daylight means more lighting needed indoors.
Lighting accounts for
of energy use
- Upgrade to LED bulbs
Lighting, cooking and entertaining means more energy use.
Make the most of your energy
- Switch to LED holiday lights
- Choose energy-efficient
- Seal air leaks to stay cozy
- Unplug devices not in use
You have options
Give budget billing a try.
Are you a planner? Budget billing is for you. Take the guess-work out of budgeting and pay the same amount every month.
Look for trends in your bill.
Check when your energy use was the highest. Make changes to your daily routine to save energy. Watch how little changes go a long way for your energy bill.
If you're concerned your bill may be incorrect or if you need assistance paying it, we want to help you work out a solution.
We offer payment extensions, long-term payment plans, and bill payment assistance options.
We also offer a program to even out your bill throughout the year, so that you can avoid unexpectedly high bills in the middle of winter and summer when you're using more energy.
All you need to do is go onto your online account.