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eBillSign up for eBill and we'll plant a tree on your behalf.

You can help preserve trees and care for the environment by signing up for eBill, O&R's paperless billing option. As part of our commitment to the environment, we'll plant a tree on behalf of every customer who enrolls in eBill service.* So far, enrollments have resulted in more than 28,000 trees being planted in National Forests damaged by fire.

eBill is a free and easy way to receive, view and pay your monthly energy bill online while reducing paper waste.

If all U.S. households viewed and paid their bills electronically, we would save 18.5 million trees, avoid 2.2 billion tons of toxic air pollutants and 1.7 billion pounds of solid waste, and save 15.8 billion gallons of precious water.**

Enjoy the benefits of eBill.

As an eBill customer, you will receive monthly e-mail notification that your bill is ready for viewing and payment. The e-mail will have a link that connects you directly to our Website and your online account. You can then pay your bill online, or use another payment method of your choice.

If you're on Automatic Bill Payment, eBill is a great way to further reduce paperwork and simplify your life; our email notification will also let you know the exact amount being deducted from your checking account. And eBill does not affect your status if you're enrolled in Budget Billing.

To enroll in eBill service and have a tree planted on your behalf, use our convenient eBill Enrollment form in My Account. If at any time you wish to discontinue your participation in eBill, simply use the same convenient form.

**O&R will work with the National Arbor Day Foundation to plant a tree on behalf of every customer who enrolls in this environmentally-friendly billing option. The Foundation will plant trees in a National Forest damaged by fire. For more information, go to www.arborday.org.
***Calculations by Javelin Strategy & Research, using information from the Environmental Protection Agency, Alliance for Environmental Innovation, U.S. Postal Service and U.S.D.A. Forest Service.