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Q: My energy use goes up in winter, so I see my highest electric bills this time of year — just after I’ve spent a lot of money over the holidays. Is there some way to even out my payments?
A. Energy bills often rise and fall with the seasons as you use more heating or cooling. With our recent cold temperatures and winter storms, for example, your heat may have been working extra hard to keep your home warm. Or, your electric bill may also go up for a variety of other reasons in winter: lights are on longer, holiday lighting, overnight house guests and extra cooking.
If you’d like to avoid these seasonal bill spikes, Equal Pay is a great option with even monthly payments.
Equal Pay means a predictable bill
Here’s how this convenient plan works:
- Equal Pay evens out your bill so you pay the same amount every month.
- It’s an average based on your past usage.
- Your bill will still show exactly how much electricity you’re actually using.
- After 12 months we review your actual usage and determine your Equal Pay amount for the next 12 months.
- Any overpayment or underpayment is figured into the Equal Pay amount for the next year.
Sign up for Equal Pay today.