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Go Paperless and Enroll in Bank Draft

Want to help save money, time and the environment all at the same time? Well, now you can with our paperless, online E-Bill program. 

Paperless Billing (also known as E-Billing) is a very environmentally friendly way to receive your electric bill. Instead of receiving traditional paper bills, you will receive notice of your bill via e-mail and you’ll be able to access the new bill online.  This applies to delinquent notices as well! With E-bill, you'll never have to worry about receiving important information concerning your electric bill late again.  Sign up for E-Bill today to receive a monthly $0.50 bill credit.

Want to save even more money on your electric bill?  Member-owners also have the opportunity to pay their electric bill automatically each month with bank draft.  If you have a checking account, you can enroll in automatic bank drafts.  Choose your own bank draft date from four dates (3rd, 10th, 18th, and 25th of each month) and never have to worry about late fees again.  Sign up for Bank Draft and receive an additional monthly $1.00 bill credit.

Sign up for E-Bill and Bank Draft or call 252.209.2236 to speak with one of our Member Service Representatives to enroll today!

News and Events

August 14, 2017

Last week, NOAA warned of an “extremely active” Atlantic hurricane season, with 2-5 major hurricanes now in the forecast.

With this in mind, Roanoke Electric Co-op officials are emphasizing the importance of having hurricane preparedness plans in place. North Carolina sits on the Atlantic coast, and when hurricanes hit the region they often bring with them flooding, power loss and wind-damage. 

August 01, 2017

The Roanoke Electric Care Trust board recently awarded grants to five community groups, as part of the co-op’s Operation RoundUp program. Third quarter grants totaled $10,111.25 and were presented to the following organizations:

July 27, 2017

EDITOR’S NOTE:  Roanoke Electric Co-op CEO Curtis Wynn testified recently on “The State of Infrastructure in Rural America” before the House Committee on Agriculture.



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