Paperless Billing





Don't waste another minute, dime or ounce of valuable natural resources. Paperless Billing and electronic payments are better in every way.

To sign, choose your region below:

Electricity

  Massachusetts
  Nantucket
  New Hampshire
  New York
  Rhode Island

Natural Gas

  Massachusetts
  New Hampshire
  New York
  Rhode Island

PAPERLESS BILLING

No mess, no clutter, no misplaced bills—and record keeping is easy.


Here's how it works:

  • We'll send you e-mail when your bill is ready to be viewed online. (You'll no longer receive a bill in the U.S. mail.)
  • In a few clicks, you can view, print or save your bill.
  • Whatís more, you can see and download both your current and past bills anytime you want. We'll archive your bills for at least 24 months.
  • If you receive your bills electronically, you will receive a $.40 credit per service period.


ELECTRONIC PAYMENTS

Pay in a flash! No stamps, checks or envelopes, and it's more secure.


Go totally paperless with our electronic and DirectPay options. They're both free and highly secure--and they make paying quick and simple.

  • Electronic Payments let you pay your bill any time, anywhere you have Internet access. In a few clicks, you can schedule a one-time payment or set up recurring payments to be withdrawn from your savings or checking account. Credit and debit card payments are also available (a third-party fee applies).
  • DirectPay makes paying even easieróbecause itís all done automatically. Once youíve signed up, your bank will pay the total amount due every month. Youíll still be notified about your bill and have plenty of time to review it before the pay date. Youíll never worry about a late payment again.

PULP FICTIONS

DEBUNKING THE MYTHS ABOUT PAPERLESS


Aren't paperless bills less secure than paper?

Actually, they're a lot safer. Most identity thefts occur offline because of lost checkbooks, statements and bills.


What about electronic records- what if my computer crashes?

With a few clicks, you can get your current bill and two years of previous bills.


Don't you need paper backup for the IRS or other legal proceedings?

In most cases, a copy printed from your computer is just as valid as a paper bill.