Please consider helping your neighbors in need by donating to our Care To Share program. You can help a family in crisis make electrical repairs needed on damaged meter enclosures and weatherheads; or help them pay their bill and keep their lights on.
See if you qualify for financial and Care To Share assistance for repairs to damaged meter cans and weather heads at your home.
Our advocacy partners help us secure federal funding to help low-income customers receive financial assistance with their electric bills.
If your home or business suffered extreme damage due to severe weather and is unable or unsafe to receive power, we have information to help you understand next steps.
If you or someone you know requires electricity for life-saving equipment or is elderly and alone, please let us know. We have services to help keep you and those you love healthy and safe.
Our online payment extension offers qualifying customers the chance to temporarily extend the due date of their bills.
If you are in need, there may be opportunities available for financial assistance in your county. Find a breakdown of resources where you may be eligible.
Need help with more than just your electric bill? There are other community resources available for seniors, low-income customers, and those in crisis situations.