5 ways to pay your bill
Paying your bill is easy and convenient with our payment options.
Authorized Payment Withdrawal
Paying your bill is easy and convenient with our payment plans. Have the amount automatically deducted from your bank account.
Sign up for Authorized Payment Withdrawal.
Learn more about our payment plans.
Go paperless with
Canada Post's epost™, a convenient, free and secure service that lets you receive, store and pay your bills all in one place online.
Telephone or online banking
Pay online or by telephone with services provided by most major banks. Visit your bank’s website and follow their directions for setting up online payment.
At your bank
Make a payment at your bank through a teller or at a bank machine.
Use the pre-addressed envelope included with your bill statement and mail it along with your payment to the address in the contact box.
We don't accept credit
cards for regular bill payments.
Under the current rate structure approved by the Alberta Utilities Commission, credit card fees would be passed on to all ratepayers, whether they pay by credit card or not.
To avoid transferring these fees to all customers, we don't accept credit cards for regular bill payments.