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Yes. Low-watt LED light bulbs use 75% less energy than standard incandescent light bulbs and last up to ten times longer. Installing them in just five of your most frequently used light fixtures can save over $65 a year in energy costs. And, turning off all unnecessary lights saves even more.
For your convenience, we offer several Pay Stations at various locations within our service area that accept payment by cash, check, credit or debit card. You can also make payments at one of our three convenient locations:
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In the MyEPB online portal you can manage your account information, pay your bills, see your usage history and much, much more.
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We realize that there can be times when it's difficult or even impossible to pay on time. If you find yourself in this situation, please contact us prior to your payment's due date to make payment arrangements over the phone, online or in person at our East Brainerd (830 Eastgate Loop) or Hixson (2124 Northpoint Blvd) branches. You may still be responsible for late payment fees on any past due charges, including those charges that have been granted a payment extension.
To make payment arrangements, please call us at (423) 648-1372.
If service is disconnected due to nonpayment, we require that all past due balances be paid as well as any reconnection fees and security deposits.
Yes. Switch to Paperless Billing and get a one-time $10 bill credit for each account—that’s a $20 total credit if you convert both Energy and Fiber Optics bills.
You will receive emails for when your bills are due. They include the billing amount, due date and a link to paying them online. You can also access previous bills electronically. Make a one-time payment using a credit or debit card or pay by phone or in person or set up autopay for automatic monthly payment.
Residential electric rates are determined by many factors, including kilowatt hours used, total monthly fuel costs and operational costs. Click here to see our current residential energy rates, and visit Understanding Your Bill to learn more about how energy rates are determined.
The current Total Monthly Fuel Cost Adjustment used to help determine your energy bills this month can be found by clicking here.