Informed Decisions Begin With Feedback
Customers who are able to monitor and control their consumption benefit the world we all share.
Everyone wants to do the right thing for the Environment, but which one has the most impact? Which one is the easiest to start doing today? It's easy to say, "just use less" but without information or control how do you know if you are doing it right or doing enough?
Just how far can we move the needle?
PrePay tends to reduce energy consumption through awareness and has demonstrated an average 10% savings in utility usage.
That means fewer power plants and reduced pressure on infrastructure. Customers are empowered with the responsibility to monitor and control their own consumption to benefit the world we all share.
PrePay Is Cleaner & Greener
If PrePay means consumers use less energy, utilities could delay or eliminate power plant construction.
Utilities might not have to build as many power plants, and the world we share is cleaner for all generations.
PrePay means no more deposits, late charges, or connection fees. Customers choose when, where, and how often to pay. Feedback is real-time and consumption is reduced. Customer satisfaction is through the roof.
Happier customers equal a healthy business and workforce. Lower operational costs. Reduced consumption leverages existing infrastructure and defers future capital expenditure.
From the meter to collection, PayGo manages the entire process for utilities. No other company has the industry know-how and experience to make sure Pre-ay implementation is as seamless and reliable as PayGo.
What People Are Saying About PayGo
“The number one thing customers like about PrePay is the ability to have control over their power bill and to be able to pay when they want to pay. They feel that’s an awesome ability that they’ve never had in the utility space.”
Director, Customer Service
“PayGo offers a total package that includes billing, payment, and customer notifications — and the solution is flexible enough to meet changing customer needs.”
“The whole thing is just really terrific to me. What I love is that you’re going to get an alert that says, “You have $10 left. Based on your usage patterns that $10 is going to last you this long because it’s going to be hot.” It lets you actually see that, there’s a visual that goes with it. It takes that Smart Meter and makes the customer a smart user of that meter.”
Executive Director, Georgia Watch Consumer Advocate