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Paying your bill

Paying your bill with Lakeland Power
just got easier.

E-Billing

E-Billing offers email notification as soon as a bill is ready to view. Pre-authorized payment offers a secure and convenient way to ensure your payment is on time. Together they offer no waiting, no paper, no cheques, no postage, no late charges, and no worries.

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Pay your bill

Lakeland Power offers several ways for you to pay your bill.

Pre-Authorized Payment

Pre-Authorized Payment (PAP) is the easiest method to ensure your bill is paid on time. The total amount due will be automatically withdrawn from your bank account on the due date shown on your bill. You will continue to receive your bill in the mail. If you register for E-Billing, you will receive an ebill notification email when your bill is ready to view online.

To apply for PAP please complete the form and return it to us by email, fax, mail or drop it off along with a void cheque or a copy of your banking information to:

Email: service@lakelandpower.on.ca
Fax: (705) 789-3110
Mail: 200-395 Centre St North, Huntsville, ON P1H 2M2

Equal Payment Plan

Our Equal Payment Plan (EPP) is good for your budget as your monthly bill will be the same all year. The monthly amount due will be automatically withdrawn from your bank account on the due date shown on your bill. You will continue to receive your bill in the mail. If you register for E-Billing, you will receive an ebill notification email when your bill is ready to view online.

To apply for the EPP, please complete the form and return it to us by email, fax, mail or drop it off along with a void cheque or a copy of your banking information to:

Email: service@lakelandpower.on.ca
Fax: (705) 789-3110
Mail: 200-395 Centre St North, Huntsville, ON P1H 2M2

Banking

Your bill can be paid via your financial institution online, by phone or in person (by using the remittance stub). Please note that your account number is a total of 8 digits and all 8 digits must be provided to properly credit Lakeland Power with your payment. If your account number is not 8 digits long, please precede it with zeros. Note that if you move within the Lakeland Power’s service area, your account number will change and it must be updated with your financial institution. Lakeland Power assumes no liability for the electronic payments to incorrect account numbers.

Note: Payments mailed or paid at your financial institution may take several days to reach us. Please ensure that we receive your payment before the due date to avoid late payment charges.

Credit Card

We accept payments using Visa or MasterCard through Paymentus, a third party online bill payment system. Please enter your 8 digit account number, preceded with zeros if your account number is not 8 digits, when making your credit card payment. Click HERE to pay using your credit card.

You may also pay by credit card over the phone at 1-866-417-2810.

E-Billing

E-Billing offers email notification as soon as a bill is ready to view. Pre-authorized payment offers a secure and convenient way to ensure your payment is on time. Together they offer no waiting, no paper, no cheques, no postage, no late charges, and no worries.

Bill Breakdown

Here is a breakdown of the electricity charges on your invoice.

How much of your bill does Lakeland keep?

As a utility, Lakeland collects 100% of the charges on the bill, but we only keep a small portion of those charges. The rest is passed on to the government.

Helpful Bill Info

Here’s some helpful reading.

Summer is around the corner! Time to service your air conditioner to ensure the system is performing at optimal levels.

Scam Alert: Visit our website for steps you can take to protect yourself against fraud. Spring is here! Check your windows and doors, caulk leaks that allow air to escape your home.

Expect a call from ADVANIS between January and March for our Electrical Safety Awareness Survey. In the winter, ceiling fans need to spin clockwise on low speed.

Effective Jan 18 through Feb 7 – Time-of-Use and Tiered rates are all frozen at 8.2 cents 24 hours per day. Use the sun’s warmth by opening drapes and shades during the day. Close then at night to keep the heat in.

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