My Bill Pay is our online bill payment system. Want paperless billing so you receive your bill notification via email?

Go Paperless

Have questions? Review the My Bill Pay Frequently Asked Questions.

Select the payment option that's best suited for you.



Automatic Payment/Auto Pay


Online Payments




Telephone Payments


Postal Mail Payments


In-Person Payments


Billing Options

Paperless billing
Paperless billing is available with My Bill Pay. To get started, please take the following steps:
1.    Sign in to My Account.
2.    Confirm your email address.
3.    Choose paperless billing.
4.    Accept the Terms and Conditions.

When you receive your MGE bill notice, return to My Account to choose your payment option.

Budget Payment Plan
Our residential customers* can budget for winter heating or summer cooling costs by spreading them over the year.

More information about the Budget Payment Plan.

To sign up for the Budget Payment Plan, you must log in to your account.

*or commercial accounts for which the primary purpose of the service is to provide for residential living.

Payment Arrangements
Keep the power on. Our residential and commercial customers can work with us to pay any past-due bills in separate installments. A personalized payment arrangement will help you avoid late-payment charges and service disconnection.

Summary Billing
Summary Billing customers are able to pay online through My Account with My Bill Pay. Summary Billing is available for business customers with two or more locations. Learn more by viewing our FAQs.

Billing Questions

For assistance with questions related to your bill, your account or ways to pay your bill, contact MGE's main office:

Phone: 608-252-7222 or 1-800-245-1125 (long-distance) 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday

Email: Send message

Energy Assistance

Energy assistance is available for households of qualifying income who are having difficulty meeting their heating costs. MGE customers reside in the following counties: Columbia, Crawford, Dane, Iowa, Juneau, Monroe, Sauk and Vernon.

For more information