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Is there a grace period for my bill due date?
There is no grace period. Bills are mailed out approximately 20 days prior to the due date. If the bill remains unpaid, a 1% late fee will be added the next business day after your due date.
Can I make an arrangement on my past due balance?
ACEC will make arrangements on past due balances. However, if an arrangement is broken, no further arrangements are eligible for 12 months. Call (800) 831-8629 between 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Monday – Friday to speak with a customer service representative for details.
Is there a fee to reconnect service?
The reconnect fee is $225 if service is reconnected within 6 months. If service is reconnected after 6 months the reconnect fee is the facility charge (currently $32.85) times the number of months service has been disconnected. Service will be restored during regular business hours of 7:30 A.M. to 4:00 P.M., Monday through Friday. Effective July 1, 2019, ACEC will no longer reconnect electric accounts after hours.
How are deposits calculated?
A deposit is based on your credit history with ACEC. If you do not have a credit history, a soft credit check is run and based on the risk score, a deposit may be required. Deposits are calculated by taking the highest bill at the property within the last 12 months and multiplying by 2.
When are deposits refunded and how?
Deposits are held on an account until there are 12 consecutive on-time payments. Once met, the deposit is refunded to the account as a credit.
What if my account is disconnected for non-pay?
If an account is disconnected for non-pay, the full electric balance, reconnect fee, and a possible deposit are required prior to reconnection. Service will be restored during regular business hours of 7:30 A.M. to 4:00 P.M., Monday through Friday.
What is the facility charge?
The facility charge coveres expenses the cooperative incurs, regardless of how much electricity is sold. It covers such things as:
Whether you use a lot of electricity or a little, the cost of getting electric power to your home remains the same. That’s why your electric bill has two separate charges; the facility charge that all members pay to cover basic costs and the kilowatt-hour charge for the actual amount of electricity consumed.
How can I sign up for auto pay?
Sign up for auto pay through SmartHub. There are no additional fees for auto pay.
How can I pay my bill?
We accept VISA, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express – There are no additional fees for credit cards