The Public Utilities Regulatory Authority (PURA) of Connecticut has issued a disconnection moratorium for all electricity service, as March 13, 2020. Here’s what that means for your electricity bill payment.
Texas consumers have a new financial backstop to avoid electricity disconnection during the COVID-19 coronavirus quarantine.
If you need help paying bills, the Texas COVID-19 Electricity Relief Program can help. This program is designed to help those who can’t pay bills due to unemployment or economic hardship caused by COVID-19.
The Texas COVID-19 Electricity Relief Program officially ended on August 31, 2020. The information below provides the history on this program, updates on any disconnection moratoriums due to weather events, and recommendations for electricity service.
Update March 1, 2021: On February 23, 2021, the Public Utility Commission of Texas issued a stoppage (moratorium) on all disconnections for customers who do not pay their power bills. This order follows a spike in power prices that is under investigation with the Texas legislator.
If you have an issue paying your electricity bill, you should contact your electricity provider to request a payment arrangement.