For your convenience, we offer a variety of online service options for you. These services are secure and easy to use — and they are available around the clock for your convenience. Learn more in the Account section.
Yes! With our SimplePay budget plan, you will receive a bill each month for the same amount, making it easy to budget ahead. The amount will be an average of your bills from the last 12 months. Every six months we will review and make sure your bill is in line with the actual costs. The SimplePay plan goes great with our AutoPay service, since you'll know exactly how much to pay and when in advance. Learn more about SimplePay.
If I sign up for eBill service or enroll with another online billing provider, can I also enroll in AutoPay service and have my bill payments automatically deducted from my checking account?
Yes. If you're already paying your bill online through a billing service provider and want to enroll in AutoPay service, just sign up on AutoPay
We offer you several ways to pay your bill:
Receive and pay your bill online through our eBill service or through your own online billing provider.
Use AutoPay (electronic funds transfer). With AutoPay, we’ll automatically deduct your payment from your checking account on the date indicated on the bill (approximately 23 days after we mail your bill each month). To sign up, Enroll in AutoPay or complete the form on the back of your bill payment stub.
Make a SimplePay through our ePayment service or by calling us at 800.750.4000 (and still receive paper bills). Go paper-and worry-free by combining AutoPay and eBill, our online billing service.
Mail your payment to Central Maine Power Company
83 Edison Drive
Augusta, Maine 04336
Pay In Person Bring your payment to one of our approved pay agents (nearly 1,100 supermarkets or other businesses) – and any Walmart and K-Mart location nationwide – and it will post to your account the next business day. To find the pay agent nearest you.
Central Maine Power provides transmission and delivery of electricity. CMP is not a supplier and does not generate or sell electricity. The Maine Public Utility Commission chooses the Standard Offer (default) supplier using competitive bids to supply electricity at the best price. You may also shop for and choose another supplier if you prefer. Full details are on the Choose a Supplier page.