For all questions about
utility bills, please call the Water & Light business office,
608-882-2280, or send an email with a subject line, "Utility
You may pay your municipal utility bill at City Hall
or various locations throughout the community, including
local banks and the Piggly Wiggly.
New format for billing statement (Feb 2013) -
How to Read Your Bill....
Evansville Water & Light
Non-Emergency: 608-882-2280 (business office)
The utility is a member/owner of
WPPI Energy, a regional power company that
serves 50 utilities throughout Wisconsin, Iowa, and Michigan's Upper
Any questions on the Tree Power or A/C
Tune-Up incentive program, please call Evansville W&L at 608-882-2280
Winter 2012 - Power Report
Fall 2011 - Local Circuit, Commercial
Fall 2011 - Local Circuit, Residential
July 2011 - Power Report
Spring 2011 - Local Circuit, residential
Spring 2011 - Local Circuit, commercial
Summer 2010 -
2009 - Local Circuit, residential
2009 - Local Circuit, commercial
Summer 2009 -
Spring/Summer 2009 - Local Circuit, residential
Spring/Summer 2009 - Local Circuit, commercial
2009 - Power Report
Local Circuit, commercial
- Local Circuit
HomeEnergySuiteTM - online toolkit that includes Home
Energy Calculator, Energy Library, and Interactive House. Use
the tools to estimate the cost of energy use in your home.
(Leaves city website).
For Your Home
For Your Business
Focus On Energy:
Ask the Experts Interactive
Focus On Energy Fact Sheets:
Thermostat for Comfort and Energy Savings
Energy Savings Checklist for Your Home
on Saving Money and Energy This Winter
Winter Energy Tips for Apartment and Condo Residents
Renewable Energy Program
the Renewable Energy Program and the Green Power for Business Program,
blocks of renewable energy equivalent to 300 kWh of electricity may be
purchased for $3.00 each. The funds from the sale of renewable
energy are used to invest in renewable energy installations and to
promote renewable energy use. Purchases of renewable energy
blocks ensure that more energy is supplied to the power grid from
renewable resources such as wind, biogas, and solar power.
For more on the
residential Renewable Energy Program.....
For more on the Green
Power for Business Program.....
Our Renewable Energy Program and Green Power for Business Program are
Green-e Energy certified. Green-e Energy was established by the
non-profit Center for Resource Solutions to provide information and an
objective standard for consumers to compare renewable energy options,
and to verify that consumers get what they pay for.
For more information, call 1-888-63-GREEN or visit
Consumer Confidence Report Certificate