Your account number can be found at the top of your bill in the account number area.
Payments will appear on your account the same day they are made. A payment cannot be altered or deleted once it has been posted. It could take up to three days for your financial institution to process the transaction.
Your SSN or Tax ID’s last four numbers are needed to validate the account for which you’re making a payment.
Outdoor Area Illumination ensures the security and safety of your property by providing area lighting. Alliant Energy offers a hassle-free area lighting rental program to its home, business, and farm clients.
The following is how the program works:
- The lighting and its related equipment are installed, maintained, and owned by Alliant Energy.
- The service is “non-metered” and is controlled by a photoelectric cell on the company’s network.
- On your monthly bill, you’ll see a fixed rate. Consumption isn’t tracked or measured in any way.
- Any new installations must participate in the program for at least five years.
- Roadway (street light) fixtures and flood lights are among the illumination solutions available.
You can save money on energy by using it intelligently and at the proper time using Time of Day (Iowa) or Nights & Weekends (Wisconsin) pricing. All electricity used during off-peak hours (late evening and overnight hours) and on weekends is invoiced at a reduced rate.
Consumers in Iowa can learn more about Time of Day, while Wisconsin customers can learn more about Nights & Weekends (opens in a new window.)
What if I have to submit my final bill to a military or international address?
Is there an app for Alliant Energy?
Don’t let your to-do list distract you from what matters most. Our Mobile App allows you to keep track of your account and get back to what matters most quickly.
The Alliant Energy Mobile App is available for free download. Google Play (Android) or the Software Store (iOS/iPhone) are both good places to look for the app. Rates for messages and data may apply.
To do anything you can do online, use the Mobile App:
- Use a credit or debit card to pay.
- Use Touch ID or Face ID to log in to the app.
- Enroll in the Text to Pay program.
- Set up warnings for high consumption.
- View energy usage in near-real time.
What is the best way to pay my Alliant bill?
Pay your bill with a bank account over the phone. “Make a payment to avoid waiting on hold,” say to our Customer Service Center at 1-800-ALLIANT (800-255-4268).
How can I set up an account with Alliant Energy?
- Fill in your Alliant Energy account number as well as your SSN or Tax ID’s last four digits. Next should be selected.
- A page containing your contact details will appear. Make sure it’s correct and retype it if necessary.
- Make a username and password for yourself.
- Pick a username that’s simple to remember (your name works best).
- Follow the directions on the screen to create a password. Then type it again to double-check.
- Fill up the blanks with your email address.
- Make a mark in the box that says, “I’m not a machine. Any extra instructions should be followed. (This is a safety precaution.)
- Note: You’ll be automatically signed up for Paperless Billing when you sign up for My Account. Do you like to pay with a paper bill? Simply untick the box.
- Make a mark in the box that says, “I accept the Terms of Service.
- Enrollment can be accessed by clicking the Enroll button.
Is it possible for Alliant Energy to disconnect in Iowa during the winter?
In the winter, Iowa: If the weather prediction for the next 24 hours is 20 degrees Fahrenheit or colder, service will not be interrupted. Wisconsin: From November 1 to April 15, service is often not disconnected.
How can I unsubscribe from Alliant Energy?
In simple steps, you can cancel your Alliant Energy membership.
- Call (800) 255-4268 to reach customer support.
- Inquire about speaking with a representative.
- Give them your account number and client information.
- Request that your energy service and regular payments be cancelled.
- A confirmation letter or email will be sent to you.
In Iowa, who provides electricity?
The Iowa Utility Association (IUA) is working to ensure that Iowa has a strong, sustainable energy grid that supplies the power we need on a daily basis. The Iowa Utility Association (IUA) was founded in 1971 with the goal of securing Iowa’s energy future by enhancing the common commercial interests and operating conditions of Iowa’s investor-owned electric, natural gas, and transmission utilities. Alliant Energy, Black Hills Energy, ITC Midwest, MidAmerican Energy Company, and NextEra Energy Resources are members of the Iowa Utility Association. These utilities offer natural gas and electricity to millions of Iowans, allowing them to go about their daily lives.
What are the services offered by Alliant Energy?
Alliant Energy is a NASDAQ component. Alliant Energy provides regulated electric and natural gas service to roughly 985,000 electric and 425,000 natural gas customers in the Midwest through its utility companies Interstate Power and Light Company and Wisconsin Power and Light Company.
Madison, Wisconsin is home to our corporate headquarters. In Cedar Rapids, Iowa, there is a second general office. We are happy to be an Equal Opportunity Employer and promote inclusive work environments. We value and respect differences. We value the diversity of thought and perspectives that a varied culture offers to the workplace, the company, and our consumers.
Alliant Energy takes its corporate citizenship responsibilities seriously. We are good stewards of the environment and give back to the communities where we operate. We are vigorously pursuing emerging technology and safe, long-term energy generation methods.
When will Alliant Energy be able to turn off the power in Wisconsin?
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According to utility officials, power shutoffs for unpaid utility bills will resume in Wisconsin on April 15.
Customers with overdue electric, natural gas, or water utility bills should make agreements with their supplier or seek for financial help before April 15, according to the Wisconsin Public Service Commission.
Disconnections are prohibited during the yearly winter heating ban, which runs from November 1 to April 15. It protects customers who are behind on their utility bills from losing electricity during Wisconsin’s coldest season.
Customers who are behind on their payments should first call their provider to set up a payment plan to prevent being disconnected.
The following is the contact information for Wisconsin’s largest utilities:
- Alliant Energy can be reached at 1-800-255-4268.
- Madison Gas & Electric can be reached at 1-800-245-1125.
- Superior Water, Light, and Power can be reached at 1-800-227-7957.
- We Energies can be reached at 1-800-842-4565.
- The Wisconsin Public Service Corporation can be reached at 1-800-450-7260.
- Xcel Energy can be reached at 1-800-895-4999.
Customers who are experiencing trouble paying their energy bills may be eligible for help from the Wisconsin Home Energy Assistance Program, which is run by the Department of Administration.
Customers can contact the PSC by calling 608-266-2001 or 1-800-225-7729, or by registering a complaint online, if they are unable to reach a resolution with their utility.