Billing

Billing

North Western Electric Cooperative has made it convenient and easy to pay your electric bill.  Choose the option below that works best for you and your lifestyle.


Pay Online

We offer convenient 24/7 online account payment services for member-owners having internet access, an email account and credit or debit card, or checking account.  Your account is credited immediately.

We gladly accept the following major credit and debit cards.

Mastercard, Visa and Discover credit cards

There is no fee for this service. Pay Online


Pay Automatically

Choose to have your payment electronically deducted from your checking/savings account or charged to your credit/debit card. Auto-pay Form


Pay By Phone

We accept credit/debit cards and checks by phone. 

Call 419-636-5051 or 1-800-647-6932                                                       

Monday through Friday 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.


Pay By Mail

Pay by mail: P.O. Box 391 Bryan, Ohio 43506

Please be sure to include your bill stub and account number.


Pay In Person

Pay in person at the NWEC office

Monday through Friday 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

You can also make a payment using our night deposit boxes (drive-up and safety deposit box by the front entrance) 24 hours a day, seven days a week.


Budget

Our budget billing is a variable rate plan with each monthly payment calculated from the previous 12 months.  Although your budget payments will be slightly different each month, your bills will be more consistent, eliminating large fluctuations from season to season.

A delinquency free payment history is required to begin and remain on the plan.


  • Gift Certificate - Need a gift idea for a neighbor, co-worker, friend or family member? Stop into the office or give us a call to let us know whose account you are giving to.  We will apply it to their electric account as a credit. The credit will appear on their next billing statement. A paper certificate showing the amount of the gift is available upon request. 

  • Your Statement - Have you ever wondered what words like "Distribution Service Charge" or "Wholesale Power Cost Adjustment" mean? Understanding Your Statement