• Alerts & Reminders

    Alerts & Reminders

    Alerts and reminders set up in SmartHub can be used to help monitor your account activity.

  • Billing Options

    Billing Options

    Receiving and paying your monthly electric bill online is a convenient and easy way to save time and money.

  • Cycles and Due Dates

    Cycles and Due Dates

    Inland Power has four billing cycles per month. The due dates are the 5th, 12th, 19th and 26th.

  • Deposits & Fees

    Deposits and Fees

    Deposits and fees will be applied to your account for various reasons. Outlined on this page are each reason you may see a fee or deposit on your account.

  • Moving


    Please contact our office when you are moving. We will need some information to ensure you are billed correctly.

  • Payment Options & Stations

    Payment Options & Stations

    There are multiple ways to make a payment. You can make a payment online, over the phone, by mail or in person at any one of our payment stations.

  • Receiving & Reading Your Bill

    Receiving & Reading Your Bill

    You can receive your monthly billing statement from Inland Power by mail, email or online. We've also provided a quick guide of how to read your power bill.

  • Why is My Bill So High?

    Why is My Bill So High?

    Your bill may be high for a variety of reasons. Check out the most common reasons your bill may be high before you give Inland Power a call.

  • Your Online Account

    Your Online Account

    Inland Power has a brand new online tool that members can use to access online billing, account information, alerts, average usage etc. Sign up now!

Ways to Receive Your Bill

You can receive your monthly billing statement from Inland Power by mail, email or online.


If you choose to receive your bill by mail, it will come with a pre-addressed envelope in which you can place your bill stub and payment. We suggest mailing your payment at least seven business days before your due date to ensure your payment arrives and is posted on time.


You have the opportunity to receive your electric bill electronically (ebill), a personal, automatic notification by email that your account has been billed and is ready for viewing and payment. When you receive the email, you will simply login to your SmartHub account to pay your bill. There is no cost to switch to ebill. Members who use this service will no longer receive a paper bill in the mail each month.


Even if you receive a paper bill, you can always access your billing statement online 24/7. By creating an online account you will have access to view your bills starting with your June 2015 billing statement when Inland Power completed its system conversion.

Login to Your Account

Click here to login to your account to receive your full bill. If you haven't already created an account, click here to create one.

How To Read Your Bill

Review the Inland Power guide below to understand how to read your bill. We have also provided a sample residential bill and a sample invoice bill to help you follow along with the guide provided. Click on one of the images below to enlarge.

Billing FAQ's