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Utility Bill Template

A Utility Bill Template is a standardized form utility companies use to create monthly statements for their customers. This template outlines the format for presenting consumption details, costs, payment instructions, and other relevant information, such as customer service contacts and breakdowns of charges. It ensures that all essential data is communicated clearly and consistently, enhancing customer understanding and satisfaction.

The main purpose of the Utility Bill Template is to facilitate the efficient production of accurate and readable bills that customers can easily interpret. This form helps reduce billing inquiries and disputes as customers can easily locate and understand their usage and charges. Using a template increases operational efficiency for utilities by streamlining the billing process and ensuring regulatory compliance.

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What Is Included in Such Bills?

If you get these bills every month and understand nothing except the sum to pay, we will now explain what else you can find among the document’s contents. We will take a sample of the bill template used by one of the largest American utility providers.

Sometimes one provider is responsible for several utilities, and sometimes you get a number of bills sent by multiple companies. It usually does not depend on you because all districts have their own providers for various services (for antimonopoly issues). So, you typically have one of these options by default. Now, let’s see what you can read in the template.

Basic Information

On the first page, you will see your name and address, your account number that a company uses to identify you among other customers and bills’ recipients, the due date, and the amount to pay. If you have debts, there is a separate line where you can see how much you must add to your current due amount.

Besides these items, you will get the contact phone number or website you can use to ask questions regarding your bills (if there are any), along with the schedule telling you when your inquiries can be accepted and dealt with. Some companies also provide clients with important news and monthly billing history on this page.

step 1.1 basic information filling out a utility bill template
step 1.2 basic information filling out a utility bill template
Finally, the bottom part of the first page is a piece of paper you must cut, fill out, and send back to your company with the money. As you can see, the company’s address is written here, and the only thing you have to fill out is the sum you plan to pay this month. Your account number, due date, and required amount are already inserted here.

step 1.3 basic information filling out a utility bill template
Rules, rates, and customer service contacts

The second page of the given template provides you with the rules and rates applied by the company to count their clients’ expenses and issue bills. At the top of the page, there are various phone numbers that customers can use to get assistance (for English speakers, non-English speakers, and corporate clients).

Then, you get the details about your electric charges breakdown (each position is listed, and the sums are stated nearby).

step 2.1 rules, rates, and customer service contacts filling out a utility bill template
step 2.2 rules, rates, and customer service contacts filling out a utility bill template
At the bottom (left-hand side), there is a blank field that you can fill out if your mailing address is changing. If this is your case, write your new address (with the city, state, and postal code), add your primary phone number and email address so you can be reached out. On the right-hand side, you may learn about the possible payment methods to cover this bill.

The blank box above these fields should be left blank because it is for the company’s use.

step 2.3 rules, rates, and customer service contacts filling out a utility bill template
Electric usage and expenses

Then, on page 3, there is a chart telling you more about your electricity usage throughout the current month and previous months as well. Your service agreement ID, rate schedule, and address are written above (this data will be duplicated further). The service information is placed on the right-hand side (meter number and other technical features).

step 3.1 electric usage and expenses filling out a utility bill template
step 3.2 electric usage and expenses filling out a utility bill template
Silicon Valley Clean Energy costs

Silicon Valley Clean Energy, or SVCE, is an entity responsible for the no-carbon energy supply. In some parts of the US, customers are provided with such a service and should pay for it. On this page, you will get the numbers and period on the left-hand side and the service information on the right.

SVCE has nothing to do with the company that has issued this bill to you. If you have any concerns about this expenditure item, you must contact SVCE, not the bill sender. In the service information section, you will find the email address and phone number to use.

step 4 silicon valley clean energy costs filling out a utility bill template
Gas costs

The following page consists of the info related to your gas charges. Average gas use is added here, along with the service information.

step 5 gas costs filling out a utility bill template
Miscellaneous details

If the company’s important messages and news do not fit on the first page, the last page is used to add more information. Here, you can read the info about planned repairs and maintenance actions, discounts and bonus programs, emergency phone numbers, and guidelines on what you should do and who to call in specific situations (including emergencies).

We hope that now you will not get confused when you see the utility bill template. The entities responsible for utility services and bills always try to be as transparent as possible with their clients, so you can understand why you should pay every cent. The only thing you have to do now is cover your bills on time to avoid fines and other problems.