Welcome to Stowe Electric Department
Save Money and the Climate:
Join Stowe Electric, The Jewish Community of Greater Stowe and Efficiency Vermont for an informative webinar on May 25, 2022 7:00pm - 8:30pm EST. At this evening event, Efficiency Vermont and the Stowe Electric Department will provide you with all the information you need and more on how to improve your home’s energy efficiency. They’ll touch on everything from simple weather-stripping and insulation, to adding a heat pump or advanced wood heater to your home, to rebate programs that will make your projects financially viable. For more information and to register for the event, please visit: https://www.jcogs.org/event/save-money--the-climate-practical-energy-efficiency-for-your-home--in-person-and-online-presentation.html.
Need Help Paying Your Bill?
Eligible Vermont residential renters can get help with electric, heat, propane, among other things. Check out the qualifications at https://publicservice.vermont.gov/. You do not need to be late on your rent to apply.
The Vermont Emergency Rental Assistance Program for Utility Bills can
help Vermonters suffering economic hardship from COVID-19 pay utility bills for residential accounts. You do not need to be late on your rent to apply. Find more information at Help with Utility Bills for Renters | Department of Public Service (vermont.gov)
Phone Scam Alert
Customers outside the Stowe Electric Department (SED) service area are receiving scam phone calls regarding payment for their utility bills. Scammers are demanding immediate payment or the utility will cut off their power.
SED has not received information that scammers are targeting the Stowe area. However, if you have been contacted by someone demanding immediate payment or else SED will disconnect your power, hang up and notify us immediately at 802-253-7215.
If you receive calls demanding immediate payment of any utility bill:
- Do not provide payment or personal information
- Do not engage with the caller
- Do not call back the caller
- Call customer service to report the scam and any details, including the number the call came from, the caller’s name, and what the caller said; and,
You can report this scam to the Vermont Attorney General’s Consumer Assistance Program at 800-649-2424 (in state) or 802-656-3183 or online at https://ago.vermont.gov/cap/.
Since 1911, Stowe Electric Department has provided reliable electricity and superior service to the community of Stowe. Initially partnered with the Village of Stowe Water and Light Department, the two utilities were split during the merger of the Town and Village in 1996. At that time Stowe Electric became an enterprise division of the Town of Stowe. Even though the utilities were separated, Stowe Electric Department continues to handle the billing services of the Water and Sewer Department.
As of December 1, 2018, Stowe Electric Department serves 4,256 Residential and Commercial customers. Along with a commitment to supplying its ratepayers with clean, reliable energy at an affordable price, Stowe Electric Department pledges to build upon its history of outstanding customer service and support.
In 2012 Stowe Electric Department implemented SmartGrid technology throughout its service territory. The installation of smart meters, a foundational part to any Smart Grid program, allows customers to access their electric consumption via the Stowe Electric website. Data provided by smart meters will help customers make more informed energy related decisions. Keeping current with other advancements in consumer energy technology, Stowe Electric Department installed electric vehicle charging stations. These stations help residents and visitors to our community minimize their carbon footprint.
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