PowerNext Bill Pay: A Comprehensive Guide

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As a customer of PowerNext, paying your bills on time is essential to avoid any interruptions in your electricity service. With PowerNext, you have two convenient options to pay your bills: online through the customer portal or by mail. In this guide, we will walk you through the steps to pay your bills using both methods.

Online Bill Pay

To pay your PowerNext bill online, follow these steps:

  1. Log in to your PowerNext account by visiting https://pay.mypowernext.com/.
  2. Click on the “Login” button in the top right corner of the page.
  3. Enter your email address and password, and click “Log In.”
  4. Once you are logged in, you will be directed to your account dashboard.
  5. Click on the “Billing” tab.
  6. Select the invoice you want to pay.
  7. Choose your preferred payment method: credit card, debit card, or bank account.
  8. Enter the required payment information.
  9. Click “Submit” to complete the payment.
  10. You will receive a confirmation email once the payment has been processed.

Mail-in Bill Pay

If you prefer to pay your PowerNext bill by mail, follow these steps:

  1. Locate your PowerNext bill.
  2. Detach the payment coupon at the bottom of the bill.
  3. Fill in the payment information, including your account number, payment amount, and payment method (check or money order).
  4. Make your check or money order payable to PowerNext.
  5. Insert the payment coupon and payment into an envelope.
  6. Mail the envelope to the address listed on the payment coupon.
  7. Allow sufficient time for the payment to reach PowerNext before the due date.

Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some frequently asked questions related to PowerNext bill pay:

  1. What forms of payment does PowerNext accept?
    PowerNext accepts credit cards (MasterCard, Visa, and Discover), debit cards, and bank accounts.
  2. Can I save my payment information for future use?
    Yes, you can save your payment information in your online account for future use.
  3. How do I enroll in AutoPay?
    You can enroll in AutoPay by logging into your PowerNext account and clicking on the “Set Up AutoPay” button.
  4. Can I choose the date my online payment is drafted from my bank account?
    No, your AutoPay will draft on the date the invoice is due.
  5. What is a base charge?
    A base charge is a charge assessed during each billing cycle of service without regard to the customer’s demand or energy consumption.
  6. What are TDU delivery charges?
    TDU delivery charges are the total amounts assessed by a TDU for the delivery of electricity to a customer over poles and wires and other TDU facilities, not including discretionary charges.
  7. Is there an early termination fee?
    Yes, different plans have different early termination fees based on seasonality and overall risk. Early termination fees are listed on your EFL and contract summary.
  8. How much does PowerNext charge for late fees?
    PowerNext charges 5% of the past due balance as a late fee.
  9. What is a deferred payment plan?
    A deferred payment plan is an agreement between the Retail Electric Provider and a customer that allows a customer to pay an outstanding balance in up to 5 installments that extend beyond the due date of the current bill and avoid disconnection of service for the past due balance.
  10. Can I still be disconnected if I’m on a deferred payment plan?
    Yes, if you fail to make payments on your account, you will be in default under the terms of your deferred payment plan agreement and you are eligible for disconnection.


Paying your PowerNext bill is easy and convenient, whether you choose to pay online or by mail. If you have any questions or concerns about your bill or payment, you can visit the PowerNext FAQ page or contact their customer care team. Remember, it’s essential to make timely payments to avoid any interruptions in your electricity service.

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