Michigan-based Consumers Energy provide energy solutions to homes and small businesses throughout the state, providing around two-thirds of the population with power. Whether it’s keeping the heating on through those cold Michigan winters, or just keeping the lights running at the local gas station, there is a fair chance Consumers Energy are involved. Their website www.consumersenergy.com is a focal point for customers, both in finding out information about outages, repairs, investment and energy efficiency, and in managing services and bill payments through their Pay My Bill eservice.
The online payment eservice is used by millions of Consumers Energy customers to manage their account and their billion options, and even to pay their bills every month. It is even possible to use the payment service on your iPhone or Android smartphone, or any tablet device, so you can pay on the move, whenever your bill falls due.
Login To Manage Billing
In order to manage your billing with Consumers Energy, you need to have set up an account at www.consumersenergy.com. If you haven’t already done this, click the Create Account button at the left of the screen on the homepage. This will take you to a further page, where you can click Create an Account Today to get started. You must already have Consumers Energy as your energy provider to create an account – if you are in the process of switching, you need a Consumers Energy account number to proceed.
When you are creating your account, you will be asked a number of details, including personal information like your social security number and your energy account number. Make sure you have your documents by your side, because you will be asked to provide this information along with your username and password. Once your account has been created, you can login to view your latest usage reports, account statements and billing information, so you can keep fully informed of your account throughout the month.
Ways To Pay
Most people pay their Consumers Energy bill through the secure online payment eservice itself, which accepts virtually all major credit and debit cards. You can also pay by check, or pay directly via bank wire – just be sure to include the correct reference number so your payment can be tracked and attributed to your account accurately. You could also set up a monthly payment with Consumers Energy if that was more convenient, and this can be arranged through setting up a standing instruction with your bank.