Paying your electric bill can often be a tedious and time consuming task. As a resident of Ocala, you can rest assured that paying your electric bill does not have to be a hassle. In fact, Ocala Electric provides a variety of convenient bill payment options to make the process smooth and efficient. Whether you prefer to pay online, by mail, or in person, Ocala Electric has you covered. No matter which payment method you choose, you can be sure that your payment will be received in a timely manner. In this blog post, we’ll delve into the various ways you can pay your Ocala electric bill. We’ll discuss the benefits and drawbacks of each payment method, as well as provide helpful tips and advice for making sure your payment is processed quickly and efficiently. With the right information and strategies in place, you’ll be able to enjoy the convenience of paying your Ocala electric bill with ease.
To make a payment, you may use this official links below:
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Payments can also be made via the automated phone system at 1-888-443-4086. For real-time posting of payment or to make a payment on a pending disconnect or
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The Power Cost Adjustment (PCA) will rise from $0 as of June 1, 2022. 028 to $0. 056 due to the increase of natural gas fuel costs.
The mission of Ocala Electric Utility’s (OEU) C. A. R. E. The goal of the (Communities are the Responsibility of Everyone) program is to connect employees with initiatives, organizations, and projects that address community needs and improve it.
The C. A. R. E. A program application is always available online, and the guidelines outline our C A. R. E program process.
A voluntary energy conservation program called “Beat the Peak” promotes moderate energy use, especially during peak hours. Peak hours are when Ocala Electric Utility pays the most for wholesale power. Ocala Electric Utility can lower its overall wholesale power costs by reducing the amount of power it buys during these expensive, peak times. Customers receive a Power Cost Adjustment (PCA) when the cost of wholesale power is reduced.