Noble REMC has provided electric energy and related services for over 80 years. We strive to provide excellent customer service and make it easy to do business with us, including a variety of different billing options listed below:
The electronic billing or online bill payment feature is easy to use, easy to navigate and will allow you to get more detailed information about your account from the comfort of your home or office. Not only can you see and print your current bill, you will be able to see billing history and payment history as well. You can also choose to sign up for email and/or text alerts.
On the first visit, it's necessary to sign up. You can then pay your bill by check, or you can select an electronic payment method which includes e-check or Discover, Visa or MasterCard.
Many of the features of our SmartHub are self-explanatory. If you're a veteran of other online bill pay systems, you'll find it easy to use. To learn more or to use SmartHub, click on the icon to the right.
Automatic Payment Plan
The bank of your choice automatically deducts your monthly electric bill from your bank account, (checking or savings) saving you money, time and postage. We can also accept credit/debit cards (Visa, MasterCard and Discover). For more information or to print out the Authorization Form, click here.
A variable budget is offered that runs from August to July with July being the “catch-up” month. You must have a zero balance and be on our system for at least one year since your budget is based on your previous year’s consumption.
Third Party Notification
Landlords can receive a duplicate copy of their tenant's bill. They may also be notified if the service is to be disconnected. Family of the elderly or those with special needs may find this service helpful too.
People with life-support equipment get priority service in outage restoration. Call 260-636-2113 or 800-933-7362 about medical requirements.
Energy Assistance Program
EAP offers assistance to senior citizens and low-income households who need help in paying their heating bills. Contact the Community Action of Northeast Indiana (CANI) in your county.