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Help Pay My Bill

Consider these programs if you’re struggling to pay your monthly energy bill.

Important Update: Under Connecticut regulations, residential service disconnection suspensions are set to expire on October 1, 2020 for non-hardship customers. Despite this, we will not resume collections activity at this time. Learn more

Popular Monthly Plans

Select one of these plans then log into your account to see if you qualify.

Payment Plan

Helpful if you missed payments and have a past due balance. Pay off your balance  over a period of time with no interest and no money down.

Budget Billing

Want to manage your budget and tame seasonal spikes on your energy bill? Set up budget billing and pay a fixed rate each month based on your average annual usage.

Income-Based Assistance Programs

Designed for lower-income customers, you may be able to participate in these programs if you meet income and eligibility guidelines as set by your state.

Download our latest fact sheet for an overview of all programs that are available to help you pay your electric bill, plus answers to common questions about payment plans and service disconnection.

New Start

Eliminate portions of your overdue balance by making payments on time each month.

Matching Payment

Maintain service and potentially eliminate balances by paying an agreed-upon amount on time each month.

Operation Fuel

Get emergency help with energy bills year-round if you're not receiving other state or federal assistance.

Connecticut Energy Assistance Program (CEAP)

Designed to help offset winter heating costs of Connecticut's households whose income falls at or below 60 percent of the state median.

Winter Protection Plan

Protects your service from being shut off between November 1 and May 1, with no late payment charges.

Energy Efficiency

Get free or reduced priced weatherization and energy efficiency measures for renters and homeowners.