Most power companies offer a budget billing plan, which averages the annual cost of electricity in a home and bills the customer in 12 even installments. This can help low-income customers maintain a budget and avert payment problems, especially during the more expensive winter months.
Some companies even offer free energy-efficiency improvements (including free LED light bulbs!), free weatherization upgrades and even payment assistance programs!
Just click the link below to find out what discounts, rebates and other money-saving programs are offered by YOUR local utility company!
Ameren Missouri offers payment agreements, budget billing and energy investment credits to customers who qualify. If you need help paying your bills or if you want to upgrade your home for free, you might be able to do it through the Ameren Missouri power company. You might also qualify for other discounts that could help you save even more on your bills. To see everything we’ve found out about Ameren Missouri, click here.
Are you a City Utilities customer in Springfield? You might be able to get help paying your bill. If you’re in an energy crisis, if you’re disabled or if you’re low income, options are available that might make it easier to pay your bill. You could qualify for assistance from City Utilities as well as the community agencies that provide help to customers. To learn more about City Utilities in Springfield and see everything we’ve found, check this article.
Get help with your Empire Electric bill! We found resources from the company that might make it easier for you to lower your energy usage and even make things easier for paying your bills. Click here to see what we’ve found!
Is your KCP&L bill too much to handle? You might have options! We found help through community agencies, through KCP&L and through Missouri! You could also get help with your bill using the Dollar Aide fund or Economic Relief Pilot Program. Options are available to people who are struggling to pay their bills. Check here to see everything we’ve learned about KCP&L.
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