Pay Your Bill
Choose the Right Option
As a Membership Corporation, Tri-County Electric is designed to assure that there is a continuing and reliable network of power supplied to each member’s home and workplace. A part of maintaining the stability of the Corporation is ensuring that each member has options for how to pay their bill that makes it easier for each household and business.
As members of the Electric Corporation we each recognize that we are stronger when we invest in our future together. Each of us is committed to supporting our network’s ability to protect for our collective future that supports economic growth and provides for the safe and carefully maintained power lines that supply our needs each day.
With an elected Board of Directors and a staff dedicated to careful stewardship of every investment, the future of our electricity supply is bright.
We all recognize that this is possible only because each or us, as members of the corporation, is committed to paying our bills each month so that our Corporation is able to continue to provide service.
Explore Your Bill Pay Options
We all know that Electric Bills fluctuate as they always reflect your actual power usage. There are tips on our website for managing your usage to help you manage your bill. We also have a variety of options for making bill pay easier and to help you insure that regardless of your busy schedule, your bill to Tri-County Electric Membership Corporation arrives right on time.
Pick Your Due Date
E-Reminder Bill Review
Bank Draft Billing
Online, Phone & App Payment
Pay In Person
Pay by Mail
Levelized Billing Program
Bill Pay Kiosk
Try Our Bill Pay Kiosk
Our Bill Payment Kiosk at the Lafayette and Scottsville offices is a payment option where you can pay your bill 24/7/365 with cash, card or check. Bring your account number or bill to make the easy transaction.
Sales Tax Exemptions
Tax Exempt customers are required to provide the appropriate form from the Tennessee Department of Revenue or the Kentucky Department of Revenue.
Your exemption form must clearly list the type of exempt status for which your business is entitled. No credits or waivers will be awarded for sales tax exemptions until this documentation has been submitted, and there will be no refunds issued should charges have been generated prior to your business submitting this documentation.
If you or someone you know is having trouble paying for electricity, you may call our office for information about assistance.