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Ways to Pay


Electronic Billing (FREE)
Go green, avoid the hassle of paper statements, and manage your electric bill online with electronic billing.

  • Receive electronic bill statements instead of paper
  • Pay your bill for free using a checking account
  • Make single, scheduled or recurring automatic payments
  • Email notifications when payments are due

Learn more about Electronic Billing »

One-Time Payments ($2.95)
Our One-Time payment service provides a convenient payment channel for those that:

  • Prefer to pay online but continue to receive their bills by mail
  • Need to make a payment with a debit or credit card

Make a One-Time Payment »

Pay by Phone ($2.95)
You can make a payment over the phone by calling our Customer Contact Center at 1-855-EMERA-11 or (207) 973-2000 and following the prompts in our Interactive Voice Response (IVR) system.

Pay In Person (up to $1.00)
You can pay your bill in person at one of our convenient payment agency locations. Details and locations vary by service region.

View our Agency Locations »

Mail Your Payment (Postage)
Customers receiving their bill by mail always have the option to pay by check. A return envelope is provided with your bill. Correct postage is required.

Pay by Mail »

Bank or Credit Union (FREE*)
You may be able to pay your Emera Maine bill through your financial institution's online banking website. 

*Emera Maine does not charge a fee to pay your bill through your bank's bill payment offering, however your financial institution may charge a fee for this service.

Please Identify Your Service Area

Click on your district on the map, or select a zip code or town from the lists.

Select Your District on the Map Below

Maine Public Service District Bangor Hydro District
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Emera Maine provides electric delivery service to two areas – the Bangor Hydro District and the Maine Public District.

  • The Bangor Hydro District includes Hancock, Piscataquis and Washington Counties and most of Penobscot County.
  • The Maine Public District serves Aroostook County and a small piece of Penobscot County.

Because some information varies by District, please identify your District on the map above, or enter your town or zipcode. If you need information on both Districts,  switch back and forth at any time by selecting the district selector button.

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