Pay My Electric Bill
St. Croix Electric Cooperative offers convenient, time-saving ways to pay your electric bill.
Online bill pay and paperless invoicing is available via Bill4U by clicking here!
Bill4U is secure, convenient and reliable. Bill4U also allows customers to review past bills, as well as electric usage. Questions? Call the Co-op Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and we will be happy to help you. Did you know ... For every 1,000 SCEC members who switch to online bill pay (Bill4U), the Cooperative will save $6,700 each year?
St. Croix Electric Cooperative currently accepts payments by credit card in person or over the phone during normal business hours. SCEC accepts MasterCard, Visa or Discover for convenient bill payment.
Are your bills too high during certain times of the year? If so, St. Croix Electric has a billing plan to fit your needs. Call the Billing Department at 715.796.7000 for help with budgeting your monthly energy payments.
Public Benefits Program
St. Croix Electric's Public Benefits Program offers energy assistance to qualifying low-income individuals or families who are SCEC members. In addition to energy conservation asssitance, funds are used to provide credits on qualified participants' electric bills.
If your household income does not exceed 60 percent of state median income, you maybe eligible for electric bill credits through this assistance program. If you have already qualified or are eligible for heating bill assistance in the county in which you live, you may also qualify for electric bill paying assistance through SCEC.
Start the process by calling your county of residence:
- St. Croix County: 715-246-8257
- Dunn County: 715-232-1116
- Polk County: 715-485-8480
- Pierce County: 715-273-6788 ext. 6682
SCEC will also need members to complete an information release form after you have spoken with the County.
Additional billing questions can be directed to the Co-op via email or by calling 715-796-7000 during normal office hours.
How does St. Croix Electric Cooperative's rates compare with surrounding utilities?
See chart below (Summer 2013):