Call the office before posting a payment on an account with an arrangement.
In an effort to meet your needs, Harrison REMC offers several ways to pay your electric bill. Information about these choices is listed below.
|Automatic Payment Program||Budget Billing Program|
|Along with conventional methods of mailing a check to the REMC or dropping off your payment at our office on Old Forest Road, you may prefer to have the amount of your monthly bill automatically deducted from your designated bank account. This Automatic Payment Program is a free service to all our members. Click here for an application. Print it out, complete the information and return it the REMC with a voided check to begin participating in this program.||
Harrison REMC also offers a Budget Billing program to help members avoid seasonal swings in billing amounts. There is no additional charge to use the Budget Billing program and members can choose from *Average Budget Billing or Fixed Budget Billing.
**Certain eligibility requirements. Call the office at 812-738-4115 or 812-951-2323 to find out if you are eligible.*
|Harrison REMC also offers an on-line payment option to members who wish to pay their bill with a credit card or e-check. Click here to access your account on-line and submit a payment. First-time visitors to this portion of the REMC web site will need to complete a short registration process.||Pay your bill online through our Electronic Bill Presentment and Payment System (EBPP). This allows easy access to your utility bill on the web and the ability to pay directly online with your debit card, credit card or check. Just click here to go to the form.|
*Definitions of Budget Billing Programs:
Average Budget Billing allows the customer to receive a bill each month that is calculated on the account's average electric use revenue for each of the previous 12 month.
Fixed Budget Billing allows the customer to pay the same amount for 11 months. On the 12th month, the account is billed or credited for the accumulated budget balance difference that has developed over the 12-month period. The fixed amount is based on the electric account's use revenue for the previous 12 months.