Billing Options You are welcome to mail your payment in, bring your
payment in, or drop it off at one of our drive-thru windows, but we also have
some other options when it comes to paying your electric bill.
Pay With Your Credit Card
You can now pay your electric bill with your credit card. We accept MasterCard,
VISA, American Express, and Discover.
Direct Pay is a service that makes paying your electric bill easy and
worry-free. Each month, the amount of your electric bill is automatically
deducted from your checking or savings account. You'll still get a monthly
statement showing the bill amount, kilowatt-hours used, weather data, and all
the other information you get now.
Levelized billing is a good way to even out the cost of high heating and
cooling bills so no single month will reflect a considerable change in your
Levelized billing is based on the average number of kilowatt-hours you have
used in the past 12 months. This means that the payment amount will be only
slightly different each month.
The key points to remember about levelized billing are:
The amount you pay is based on your most current 12 months of actual
Your payments will be only slightly different each month.
Your account can be set up on levelized billing at any time.
There will never be a settlement month.
Pay At Your Local Bank
We know it's hard to get everywhere you need to go during a lunch hour, after
work, or when you're running behind. We also know that most people visit their
bank on a weekly or bi-weekly basis.
Now you can pay your electric bill at that same time, perhaps saving you a trip
The only rules and restrictions are these:
Your bank must be participating in this program (see list below).
You can only pay a current bill.
You must have your statement with you.
Alliance Bank (Somerset, Russell Springs, Monticello)
Bank of McCreary County
Citizens Bank of Albany
Citizens National Bank (Somerset)
McCreary National Bank