Sometimes we all need a little help. Take advantage of our financial assistance programs designed to lend a hand when you need it most.
Don’t let large or past-due bills get away from you. Deferred Payment Arrangements can help get you back on track.
Eligible customers can extend their bill due date by up to 21 calendar days.
Customers who have experienced a hardship such as job loss, illness, military deployment, or disability, may qualify for help with past-due electric bills.
We proudly offer payment assistance options for our active military and veteran customers who may have fallen behind on their electric bills.
Small businesses who continue to navigate the challenges presented by the Covid-19 pandemic can apply for a grant to help with past-due electric bills. See if you’re eligible.
Hardships can affect anyone. We offer grants to help nonprofit organizations who are having trouble paying past-due electric bills. See if your organization is eligible.
Learn about additional federal, state, and local resources designed to provide relief in times of need.
Locate your nearest Community Action Agency to apply for programs such as LIHEAP, PIPP, and ComEd’s Residential Special Hardship.
Start saving now on your energy bills with offerings specially designed for income eligible customers.
Designate a third party to receive notices when you are unable.
ComEd gift certificates can be used by any customer to pay their ComEd utility bill.
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Stay vigilant and avoid being the victim of a scam or energy-related fraud.
Social service and community organizations can receive free resources to educate members about LIHEAP, PIPP and ComEd’s CARE Program. View Details