Help With Your Energy Costs and Usage

Hot weather means higher electric bills as you use more energy to run fans and air conditioners. Your bill will increase, simply because more energy is being used. 

This year, inflation and global spikes in the price of natural gas, which is often used to generate electricity, are also driving the cost of energy to be higher across the country. 

See how you can use less energy, lower your bill and get help this summer.

There are several ways to manage your bill and equalize your monthly payments.

Avoid Seasonal Spikes

Set up predictable monthly payments.

Explore Your Supplier Options

You have the power to make changes that could decrease your monthly bill.

Make Changes at Home

Get Help with a Past-Due Balance

Get additional help through 2-1-1 

We understand that rising prices in many areas of life including gas, groceries, and childcare are making things more challenging. Additional programs and services are available through 2-1-1 including utility assistance, food, housing, childcare, after-school programs, elder care, crisis intervention and more.

For help, visit or dial 2-1-1 to contact your local community action agency.