Dominion Energy encourages customers to use eBill, app and autopay for paperless convenience, peace of mind

Dominion Energy West Virginia has heard from some customers that Postal Service delays have resulted in their receiving bills after their due dates.

Dominion Energy offers a simple, convenient solution: eBill is the company’s paperless billing option that allows customers to receive a link to their bills through an email. Once enrolled in eBill, customers can download and use the free new Dominion Energy app on their phone or other devices to notify them when payment is due.

Dominion Energy offers customers these convenient, reliable ways to view their bills and communications:

  • Go Paperless: With eBill you’ll receive an email that your bill is ready to view. You can also access previous statements, track gas usage, pay your bill and schedule service orders. Sign in to Manage Your Account now to get started at the following link: Dominion Energy :: Register.  
  • Turn on Notifications: Manage your account from your smartphone with the Dominion Energy App. You can view and pay your bill in the Dominion Energy app. Use the new Dominion Energy app to receive an instant notification when your bill is ready, or your payment is due if you’re enrolled in eBill.  Use this link to  Download our new mobile app | Dominion Energy.  
  • Pay Your Bill Online: It’s easy to pay your bill though our online portal. Your payment is instantly applied to your account. To get started visit: Pay My Bill | WV | Dominion Energy.  

Enroll in AutoPay: Never worry about a late payment when you’re enrolled in AutoPay, previously known Bank Draft. Learn more at: Pay My Bill | WV | Dominion Energy.

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