As conditions surrounding COVID-19 continue to change, we remain committed to providing the safe and reliable energy you depend on.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security identifies us as “essential critical infrastructure workers.” The other businesses and organizations considered essential need us, too: hospitals, doctors’ offices, pharmacies, grocery stores, social service agencies, and police and fire stations, among others.
To provide these essential services, here are some of the steps we’re taking:
Safety is at the center of all we do. We remain committed to reducing the risks to our communities while providing the essential energy services, including responding to any emergencies. Steps we take include:
We suspended disconnections for all customers, unless unsafe conditions exist, to ensure the safety of our customers and employees. We also are not assessing late payment charges during this health crisis.
Contact us if you are having difficulty paying your bill. We are here to work with you to arrange a payment plan and connect you to financial assistance options. Learn more:
We offer tips and resources to manage your energy costs and save money by using energy more efficiently.
Choose from these flexible options for billing and payment.
Learn more about our community support during the COVID-19 pandemic.
We also have options for helping others with their energy bill payments.
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