Please select your utility for specific information on how to read and pay your bill.

Illinois

Peoples Gas

How to Read Your Bill

You still receive your bill from Peoples Gas.

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Learn more about your Peoples Gas bill.

Nicor Gas

How to Read Your Bill

You still receive your bill from Nicor.

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Learn more about your Nicor bill.

ComEd

How to Read Your Bill

  • You still receive your bill from ComEd
  • Green Mountain's electricity supply rate replaces ComEd's electricity supply rate, which is applied to your monthly usage
  • ComEd's Transmission and Distribution charges will remain on the bill
Com-Ed_Sample of New Bill_Page_1

Com-Ed New Bill - FRONT

Com-Ed_Sample of New Bill_Page_2

Com-Ed New Bill - BACK

Learn more about your ComEd bill

How to Pay Your Bill

  • You'll continue to pay ComEd just like you always have

Maryland

Potomac Edison

How to Read Your Bill

  • You still receive your bill from Potomac Edison
  • Green Mountain’s electricity supply charge replaces Potomac Edison's supply charge, which is applied to your monthly usage
  • Potomac Edison's electric delivery service charges will remain on the bill

MD-PotomacEdison-SampleBill

Learn more about your Potomac Edison bill.

How to Pay Your Bill

  • You’ll continue to pay Potomac Edison just like you always have

BGE

How to Read Your Bill

  • You still receive your bill from BGE
  • Green Mountain’s electricity supply rate replaces BGE’s electric supply charge, which is applied to your monthly usage
  • BGE’s Electric Delivery Service charges will remain on the bill

BGE bill example.

Learn more about your BGE bill.

How to Pay Your Bill

  • You’ll continue to pay BGE just like you always have.

Massachusetts

Eversource Energy (NSTAR)

How to read your bill:

  • You still receive your bill from Eversource Energy (NSTAR) and pay it like you always have
  • Green Mountain’s electricity supply rate replaces Eversource's (NSTAR) electric supply charge, which is applied to your monthly usage
  • Eversource Energy's (NSTAR) Electric Delivery Service charges will remain on the bill

Front of NSTAR bill

NStar_Backbill

Back of NSTAR bill

Learn more about your Eversource (NSTAR) bill

How to pay your bill:

  • You’ll continue to pay Eversource Energy (NSTAR) just like you always have

New Jersey

PSE&G

How to Read Your Bill

  • You still receive your bill from PSE&G and pay it like you always have
  • Green Mountain’s electricity supply rate replaces PSE&G's electric supply charge, which is applied to your monthly usage
  • PSE&G's Electric Delivery Service and Distribution charges will remain on the bill

PSEG Sample Bill

How to Pay Your Bill

  • You’ll continue to pay PSE&G just like you always have

JCP&L

Residential Customers: How to read your bill

  • You still receive your bill from JCP&L and pay it like you always have
  • Green Mountain’s electricity supply rate replaces JCP&L's electric supply charge, which is applied to your monthly usage
  • JCP&L's Electric Delivery Service charges will remain on the bill

How to pay your bill:

  • You’ll continue to pay JCP&L just like you always have

Commercial Customers:

Single-Billed Customers

If your business receives one consolidated bill, your remittance should be sent to your utility company.

Dual-Billed Customers

If your business receives two bills; one from your utility company and a second invoice from Green Mountain, mail your payment, along with the remittance portion to:

Green Mountain Energy Company
P. O. Box 25211
Lehigh Valley, PA 18002-5211
Send a Payment Overnight

If your remittance has been delayed, you can ensure timely payment posting using the following overnight mailing address:

Green Mountain Energy Company
Remittance Processing Group GENN -1
2 North Ninth Street
Allentown, PA 18101

New York

RG&E

How to Read Your Bill

  • You still receive your bill from RG&E with electricity charges now split into supply and delivery charges
  • If you have never chosen a supplier before, your Green Mountain electricity supply detail will appear as a new page on the back of the bill
  • Your Green Mountain supply charges are replacing RG&E's supply charges (you are not being double-billed), and RG&E's delivery charges will remain on the bill

RG&E Bill - FRONT

Learn more about your RG&E bill

How to Pay Your Bill

  • You'll continue to pay RG&E just like you always have

Orange & Rockland

How to Read Your Bill

  • You still receive your bill from Orange & Rockland with electricity charges now split into supply and delivery charges
  • If you have never chosen a supplier before, your Green Mountain electricity supply detail will appear as a new page on the back of the bill
  • Our supply charges are replacing Orange & Rockland’s supply charges (you are not being double-billed), and Orange & Rockland’s delivery charges will remain on the bill

Orange & Rockland Bill - FRONT

Orange & Rockland Bill - BACK

Learn more about your Orange & Rockland bill

How to Pay Your Bill

  • You’ll continue to pay Orange & Rockland just like you always have

NYSEG

How to Read Your Bill

  • You still receive your bill from NYSEG with electricity charges now split into supply and delivery charges
  • If you have never chosen a supplier before, your Green Mountain electricity supply detail will appear as a new page on the back of the bill
  • Your Green Mountain supply charges are replacing NYSEG's supply charges (you are not being double-billed), and NYSEG's delivery charges will remain on the bill

NYSEG Bill - FRONT

NYSEG Bill - BACK

Learn more about your NYSEG bill

How to Pay Your Bill

  • You'll continue to pay NYSEG just like you always have

National Grid

How to Read Your Bill

  • You still receive your bill from National Grid with electricity charges now split into supply and delivery charges
  • If you have never chosen a supplier before, your Green Mountain electricity supply detail will appear as a new page on the back of the bill
  • Your Green Mountain supply charges are replacing National Grid's supply charges (you are not being double-billed), and National Grid's delivery charges will remain on the bill

National Grid Bill

Learn more about your National Grid bill

How to Pay Your Bill

  • You'll continue to pay National Grid just like you always have

Con Edison

How to Read Your Bill

  • You still receive your bill from Con Edison with electricity charges now split into supply and delivery charges
  • If you have never chosen a supplier before, your Green Mountain electricity supply detail will appear as a new page on the back of the Con Edison bill
  • Our supply charges are replacing Con Edison's supply charges (you are not being double-billed), and Con Edison's delivery charges will remain on the bill
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Con Ed New Bill - FRONT

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Con Ed New Bill - BACK

Learn more about your Con Edison bill

How to Pay Your Bill

  • You'll continue to pay Con Edison just like you always have

Business (Commercial) Customers Only:

Single-Billed Customers: If your business receives one consolidated bill, your remittance should be sent to Con Edison.

Dual-Billed Customers: If your business receives two bills (one from Con Edison and a second invoice from Green Mountain), you can pay several ways:

  • Pay online: View and pay your bill online at no extra charge. Call our Customer Care Center toll-free at 800-455-8545 for details.
  • Enroll in Auto Pay: Have your monthly account balance automatically deducted from your banking account each month. Call our Customer Care Center, toll-free at 800-455-8545 for details.
  • Pay by Mail: Mail your payment along with the remittance portion of your invoice to:
    Green Mountain Energy Company
    P. O. Box 660838
    Dallas, TX 75266-0838
  • Pay by Phone: One of our Customer Care Representatives can post your payment for a $5.00 fee. Call the Customer Care Center, toll-free at 800-455-8545, Monday through Friday, 8:30 AM to7:00 PM Eastern Time.

Central Hudson

How to Read Your Bill

  • You still receive your bill from Central Hudson with electricity charges now split into supply and delivery charges
  • If you have never chosen a supplier before, your Green Mountain electricity supply detail will appear as a new page on the back of the bill
  • Your Green Mountain supply charges are replacing Central Hudson's supply charges (you are not being double-billed), and Central Hudson's delivery charges will remain on the bill
Central Hudson_Sample of New Bill_Page_1

Central Hudson Bill

Learn more about your Central Hudson bill

How to Pay Your Bill

  • You'll continue to pay Central Hudson just like you always have

Pennsylvania

West Penn Power

How to Read Your Bill

  • You still receive your bill from West Penn Power
  • Green Mountain's Electric Generation rate replaces West Penn Power's generation rate, which is applied to your monthly usage
  • Your Green Mountain charges will appear on the Non-Utility Generation Charge line in the Charges from West Penn Power section of your bill
  • West Penn Power's transmission and distribution charges will remain on the bill

West Penn Power Bill - FRONT

West Penn Power Bill - BACK

Learn more about your West Penn Power bill

How to Pay Your Bill

  • You'll continue to pay West Penn Power just like you always have

Business (Commercial) customers only:

  • Single-Billed Customers: If your business receives one consolidated bill, your remittance should be sent to your utility company.
  • Dual-Billed Customers: If your business receives two bills (one from utility and a second invoice from Green Mountain):
    • Mail your payment, along with the remittance portion, to:
      Green Mountain Energy Company
      P. O. Box 25211
      Lehigh Valley, PA 18002-5211
    • Send a Payment Overnight: If your remittance has been delayed, you can ensure timely payment posting using the following overnight mailing address:
      Green Mountain Energy Company
      Remittance Processing Group GENN -1
      2 North Ninth Street
      Allentown, PA 18101

PPL

How to Read Your Bill

  • You still receive your bill from PPL Electric Utilities
  • Green Mountain’s Electric Generation rate replaces PPL’s generation rate, which is applied to your monthly usage
  • PPL’s Transmission and Distribution charges will remain on the bill

PPL Bill - FRONT

PPL Bill - BACK

Learn more about your PPL bill

How to Pay Your Bill

  • You’ll continue to pay PPL just like you always have

Business (Commercial) customers only:

  • Single-Billed Customers: If your business receives one consolidated bill, your remittance should be sent to your utility company.
  • Dual-Billed Customers: If your business receives two bills (one from utility and a second invoice from Green Mountain):
    • Mail your payment, along with the remittance portion, to:
      Green Mountain Energy Company
      P. O. Box 25211
      Lehigh Valley, PA 18002-5211
    • Send a Payment Overnight: If your remittance has been delayed, you can ensure timely payment posting using the following overnight mailing address:
      Green Mountain Energy Company
      Remittance Processing Group GENN -1
      2 North Ninth Street
      Allentown, PA 18101

Penn Power

How to Read Your Bill

  • You still receive your bill from Penn Power
  • Green Mountain's Electric Generation rate replaces Penn Power's generation rate, which is applied to your monthly usage
  • Your Green Mountain charges will appear on the Non-Utility Generation Charge line in the Charges from Penn Power section of your bill
  • Penn Power's transmission and distribution charges will remain on the bill

Learn more about your Penn Power bill

Penn Power Bill - FRONT

Penn Power Bill - BACK

How to Pay Your Bill

  • You'll continue to pay Penn Power just like you always have

Business (Commercial) customers only:

  • Single-Billed Customers: If your business receives one consolidated bill, your remittance should be sent to your utility company.
  • Dual-Billed Customers: If your business receives two bills (one from utility and a second invoice from Green Mountain):
    • Mail your payment, along with the remittance portion, to:
      Green Mountain Energy Company
      P. O. Box 25211
      Lehigh Valley, PA 18002-5211
    • Send a Payment Overnight: If your remittance has been delayed, you can ensure timely payment posting using the following overnight mailing address:
      Green Mountain Energy Company
      Remittance Processing Group GENN -1
      2 North Ninth Street
      Allentown, PA 18101

Penelec

How to Read Your Bill

  • You still receive your bill from Penelec
  • Green Mountain's Electric Generation rate replaces Penelec's generation rate, which is applied to your monthly usage
  • Your Green Mountain charges will appear on the Non-Utility Generation Charge line in the Charges from Penelec section of your bill
  • Penelec's transmission and distribution charges will remain on the bill

Learn more about your Penelec bill

Penelec Bill - FRONT

Penelec Bill - BACK

How to Pay Your Bill

  • You'll continue to pay Penelec just like you always have

Business (Commercial) customers only:

  • Single-Billed Customers: If your business receives one consolidated bill, your remittance should be sent to your utility company.
  • Dual-Billed Customers: If your business receives two bills (one from utility and a second invoice from Green Mountain):
    • Mail your payment, along with the remittance portion, to:
      Green Mountain Energy Company
      P. O. Box 25211
      Lehigh Valley, PA 18002-5211
    • Send a Payment Overnight: If your remittance has been delayed, you can ensure timely payment posting using the following overnight mailing address:
      Green Mountain Energy Company
      Remittance Processing Group GENN -1
      2 North Ninth Street
      Allentown, PA 18101

PECO

How to Read Your Bill

  • You still receive your bill from PECO
  • Green Mountain’s Electric Generation rate replaces PECO’s generation rate, which is applied to your monthly usage
  • PECO’s Transmission and Distribution charges will remain on the bill

Learn more about your PECO Electric bill

Learn more about your PECO Gas & Electric bill

PECO Bill - FRONT

PECO Bill - BACK

PECO Gas & Electric Bill

How to Pay Your Bill

  • You’ll continue to pay PECO just like you always have

Business (Commercial) customers only:

  • Single-Billed Customers: If your business receives one consolidated bill, your remittance should be sent to your utility company.
  • Dual-Billed Customers: If your business receives two bills (one from utility and a second invoice from Green Mountain):Mail your payment, along with the remittance portion, to:
    • Green Mountain Energy Company
      P. O. Box 25211
      Lehigh Valley, PA 18002-5211
    • Send a Payment Overnight: If your remittance has been delayed, you can ensure timely payment posting using the following overnight mailing address:
      Green Mountain Energy Company
      Remittance Processing Group GENN -1
      2 North Ninth Street
      Allentown, PA 18101

MetEd

How to Read Your Bill

  • You still receive your bill from Met-Ed
  • Green Mountain's Electric Generation rate replaces Met-Ed's generation rate, which is applied to your monthly usage
  • Your Green Mountain charges will appear on the Non-Utility Generation Charge line in the Charges from Met-Ed section of your bill
  • Met-Ed's transmission and distribution charges will remain on the bill

Learn more about your Met-Ed bill

Met-Ed Bill - FRONT

Met-Ed Bill - BACK

How to Pay Your Bill

  • You'll continue to pay Met-Ed just like you always have

Business (Commercial) customers only:

  • Single-Billed Customers: If your business receives one consolidated bill, your remittance should be sent to your utility company.
  • Dual-Billed Customers: If your business receives two bills (one from utility and a second invoice from Green Mountain):
    • Mail your payment, along with the remittance portion, to:
      Green Mountain Energy Company
      P. O. Box 25211
      Lehigh Valley, PA 18002-5211
    • Send a Payment Overnight: If your remittance has been delayed, you can ensure timely payment posting using the following overnight mailing address:
      Green Mountain Energy Company
      Remittance Processing Group GENN -1
      2 North Ninth Street
      Allentown, PA 18101

Duquesne Light

How to Read Your Bill

  • You still receive your bill from Duquesne Light
  • Green Mountain’s Electric Generation rate replaces Duquesne Light’s generation rate, which is applied to your monthly usage
  • Duquesne Light’s Transmission and Distribution charges will remain on the bill

Duquesne Light Bill - FRONT

Duquesne Light Bill - BACK

Learn more about your Duquesne Light bill

How to Pay Your Bill

  • You’ll continue to pay Duquesne Light just like you always have

Business (Commercial) customers only:

  • Single-Billed Customers: If your business receives one consolidated bill, your remittance should be sent to your utility company.
    • Dual-Billed Customers: If your business receives two bills (one from utility and a second invoice from Green Mountain):Mail your payment, along with the remittance portion, to:
      Green Mountain Energy Company
      P. O. Box 25211
      Lehigh Valley, PA 18002-5211
    • Send a Payment Overnight: If your remittance has been delayed, you can ensure timely payment posting using the following overnight mailing address:
      Green Mountain Energy Company
      Remittance Processing Group GENN -1
      2 North Ninth Street
      Allentown, PA 18101

Texas

Residential

How to Read Your Bill

Let us shed some light on your Green Mountain Energy® electricity bill. Click on the bill image below to learn more, or learn more about how to pay your bill.

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Account Information Billing Summary Environmental Impact Electricity Usage Summary How To Read Your Bill Bill Payment Assistance

Account Information

Here's where you'll find all the key details about your account. Anytime you contact us, we'll need your full account number, including the number after the dash. The ESI ID is your electric service identifier. This number is unique to your meter. If you have more than one ESI ID, each will have its own page inside the bill.

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Billing Summary

Look here first! This might not be your favorite part, but it's the most important… We know that no one really likes paying bills, but at least you can feel good knowing that you're helping the environment with each payment you make.

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Your Environmental Impact

Every month counts! Thanks for doing your part…

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Electricity Usage Summary

How much you use makes a difference in how much you pay. See how much electricity you used this month compared to last month and this time last year. You can get even more details than what we could squeeze in here by logging into My Account anytime, anywhere. Plus, your Green Mountain View email will give you a weekly snapshot of your usage and help you project how much you'll owe before your next bill arrives.

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How to Pay Your Bill

HowToPayBill_OnlinePay Online

Pay your bill online at no charge with Green Mountain or from your bank's website. Most banks offer online options for paying your bills – check yours for availability. Plus, don't forget to enroll in Tree Free billing to receive your Green Mountain Energy® invoice electronically, straight to your inbox. You can always view your bill anytime in My Account.

HowToPayBill_AutoPayAutoPay

AutoPay is the hassle-free way to pay. Have your monthly account balance automatically deducted from your banking account or credit card of choice each month. Enroll today through My Account.

HowToPayBill_MailPay by Mail

Return payment and the receipt enclosed with the bill to: P.O. Box 660305 Dallas, TX 75266-0305

HowToPayBill_PhonePay by Phone

You can pay with a credit card or checking account through our automated system at 1-866-785-4668 anytime, anywhere, at no charge. You're welcome to pay with a live phone agent for a processing fee of $5.95.

HowToPayBill_PersonPay In Person (Residential Customers Only)

Pay in person at all CheckFreePay station locations. View a complete list here. Please bring your remittance slip, which is required for payment. A $1.50 convenience fee will be assessed.

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Bill Payment Assistance Program

Want to lend a helping hand? You can make a voluntary donation to a program that helps low-income households pay their electricity bills. Just check the box, write in the donation amount and add that amount to your payment.

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Click on the bill image below to learn more.

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Important Information


If we need to let you know about something else, you can find it in this section below the standard messages you'll see each month.

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Detail

    • Your electric service identifier, also called ESI or ESI ID, is unique to your meter. The cleaner energy plan you're on today is listed here. You can learn more about other plans in the Products and Services section of My Account.
    • The Current Meter Read is the date of your last meter read by the utility, and the reading in kWh (actual or estimated).
    • The Energy Charge is a simple calculation - the amount of kWh you used multiplied by the per-kWh rate.
    • The Base Charge, if listed, is a charge assessed by Green Mountain during each billing cycle without regard to your demand or energy consumption.
    • The Gross Receipts Tax Reimbursement is a fee assessed to recover the miscellaneous gross receipts tax imposed on retail electric providers operating in certain areas.
    • Sales Tax is collected by authorized taxing authorities, such as the state, cities and special purpose districts.
    • The average price you paid this month reflects all fixed and variable recurring charges. However, this per-kWh rate does not include sales taxes, gross receipts tax reimbursement or any nonrecurring charges or credits.
    • The Balance Forward is any amount carried over from previous months that you didn't already pay. Learn more about the charges on your bill at our glossary of terms. Any non-electricity charges and credits will be explained in a separate section below your electricity charges.

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Our Standards for Your Paper Bill

It's easy to sign up for Tree Free billing in My Account, but if you need a paper bill, you can feel good knowing it meets our high environmental standards. Learn more at the sustainability section of our website. p.s. Please consider signing up for Tree Free billing - you'll still get anytime, anywhere access to your bill in My Account, and it helps save trees!

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Commercial

How to pay

Pay online

View and pay your bill online at no extra charge. Call our Customer Care Center, toll-free at 866-280-3603 for your login to the My Account portal.

Enroll in Auto Pay

Have your account balance automatically deducted from your banking account each month. For instructions on how to enroll in Auto Pay, call our Customer Care center, toll-free at 866-280-3603.

Pay by Mail

Mail your payment along with the remittance portion of your invoice to: Green Mountain Energy Company Dept. 1233 PO Box 121233 Dallas, TX 75312-1233

Pay by Phone

One of our Customer Care Representatives can post your payment to your account for a $5.00 fee.  Call 866-280-3603, Monday through Friday, 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM Central Time.

Overnight Payment

If your remittance has been delayed, you can ensure timely payment posting using the following overnight mailing address: Green Mountain Energy - Dept. 1233 1501 N. Plano Road, Ste 100 Richardson, TX 75081