High Bills

More energy usage on hot days means higher bills.

Why does my bill seem higher than usual in the summer? With the U.S. generally at its hottest May through August, it takes more energy in the summer to cool your home. The hotter it gets outside, the more you use AC (and energy). That means you could see a higher bill.

Although you don't have control of the weather, you can monitor and take control of the energy usage in your home when your bill is rising. Find out how...

Note: Remember with potential effects of COVID-19 over the next few months, you may be home more than usual and using more energy that way as well. Find out what we're doing to help if you're unable to make payments.