How does an Average Billing Plan work with WTU?
As an Average Billing customer, we will calculate a set monthly invoice as a way to help your energy budget. You'll then be charged approximately the same amount each bill, though the amount could differ slightly each month based on taxes, pass-through charges, and other fees from the utility company for your area.
We also review your electricity usage each month and make adjustments accordingly. Basically, what you're billed each month is a rolling average of your electric usage for the previous 11 months plus your usage from the current month. That amount is divided by 12, and we then factor in current rates and other outside elements.
To be eligible for an Average Billing Plan:
- Your account must be current and paid in full;
- You must pay all subsequent WTU invoices on time;
- You cannot be currently enrolled in a Payment Extension or Deferred Payment Plan;
- You cannot be currently enrolled in Summary Billing; and
- All the service addresses tied to your WTU account must be enrolled in the Average Bill Plan.