Tri-County Electric Cooperative, Inc. accepts VISA, Master Card, and Discover Card as payment for electric service. Payment will be posted to your account after the credit card company approves this transaction.
If you are making a payment for service that was disconnected, you will need to contact the office during normal business hours and schedule a reconnect on the service. To access the on-line payment service: Click Here
Tri-County Electric Cooperative, Inc. can process your check on-line for payment for electric service. Payment will be posted to your account instantaneously and the funds withdrawn from your bank electronically. If you are making a payment for service that was disconnected, you will need to contact the office during normal business hours and schedule a reconnect on the service. To access the on-line payment service: Click Here
You can pay your bill in person at any of the Tri-County Electric offices from 8:00am to 5:00pm Monday through Friday, except holidays. A night deposit box is available at the office for making payments after business hours.
When paying by mail, return the bottom portion of your bill with your check or money order and keep the top part for your records. DO NOT send cash. Tri-County Electric is not responsible for lost cash sent through the mail.
For more convenience, use our bank draft option. To get started, download the application and submit the appropriate application (Bank Account or Credit & Debit Card. If you elect to draft a checking account, please attach a void check to the application. You can also choose to draft your debit or credit card by completing that application. You will continue to receive a bill but it will be marked “AUTOPAY” for bank draft. Money to pay the bill will be drafted on the due date indicated on the bill.
Payment by phone is available 24 hours a day 7 days a week. You can make payment by e-check, or use your Discover Card, Master Card or Visa Card. Simply call 817-444-3201.
For those wanting the convenience of consistent monthly budgeting, the average payment plan may be for you. This payment plan is designed to help smooth the seasonal swings in your electric bill. For more information call one of our offices or click here.
For those customers that have trouble paying their electric bill, several agencies are available to help. Click here for a list of agencies with the counties they serve.