December 31, 2019, Twin County Electric Power Association will have the online portal down for approx 12 hours for maintenance. We will be accepting online payments again on Jan 2, 2020. If you have any issues, we would recommend calling into your local office. We appreciate your understanding.
Starting March 4, 2019, Twin County Electric Power Association will no longer be able to view or reset passwords associated with our members online accounts. As part of a security update with our third-party vender, these changes will take effect immediately following the update. Our members will be able to follow the links provided on the website if they do need their passwords or information reset. If you have any questions, please call your local Twin County office.
Smart Device Apps
Twin County Electric is pleased to announce that our company is now accepting online payments through smart apps. The smart apps will be available on any Apple or Android device by going to your device’s app store and downloading the Twin Co EPA app. Twin County is using a third-party site for payments, which have a convenience charge associated with each account payment. You will need to create a username and password unique to your personal account. If you have any questions, please call your local Twin County office.
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ALWAYS CALL BEFORE YOU DIG!
Planting a tree or building a fence?
Call 811 two working days before you dig.
It’s free. It’s easy. It’s the law.
Plant the right tree in the right place.
Want to save on energy cost?
LOOK UP AND STAY ALERT!
As the weather begins to warm up, kids and adults alike will soon head outside to perform winter clean-up and play. Before they do, remind them to look up and be alert for power lines and other electrical hazards. This is the best way to stay safe from electrocution—and even death.
Safety is our main focus at Twin County. We know accidents happen, but we continue to educate ourselves, our members, and children.
For more safety tips and information, visit SafeElectricity.org